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RCCC offers expanded real estate certification

SALISBURY ó Rowan-Cabarrus Community College (RCCC) is offering a re-tooled certificate program in real estate licensing to meet recent changes in the industry.
The program meets the requirements of the North Carolina Real Estate Commission and prepares students to take the N.C. real estate licensing examination.
In addition, the program now serves provisional brokers who wish to move beyond their provisional status.
Course work includes the practices and principles of real estate, broker relationships as they apply to customers, sellers and buyers, contract procedures, fair housing and real estate methodology. The program includes professional development opportunities.Program graduates who have passed the real estate licensing examination and hold a provisional broker license will qualify for removal of the provisional status and be able to provide basic, residential real estate services as a broker affiliated with a real estate firm.RCCC fall semester classes begin Aug. 20. Registration is under way. For more information about real estate education at RCCC, contact Lynne Fogner at 704-216-3665 or the student services office at 704-216-3593.

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