On Demand CE

We have partnered with REcampus and Canopy Real Estate Institute to bring you on demand courses that allow you to take CE as your schedule allows. We offer state-specific courses to develop and enhance the skills needed for your license. Our online courses are all designed with special learning features tailored to adult learners and are easily accessed through this convenient website.

REcampusCourses available through REcampus

To access our online CE course partner website click here.

  • Introduction to Commercial Real Estate Sales, v5.0 (CE Approved)
    This elective provides a comprehensive introduction to the potentially lucrative field of commercial real estate. Discussion includes the categories of commercial property, financial elements involved in real estate investments, and developing a marketing plan. This elective features learning objectives and key terms and case studies to reinforce key concepts.
  • Property Management and Managing Risk, v5.0 (CE Approved)
    This course provides an up-to-date introduction to property management with a practical focus on how to comply with regulations and avoid liability. The features include “Liability Alerts” that offer suggestions for avoiding liability from both owners and tenants, as well as case studies, key terms, learning objectives, and review questions with answer rationales.
  • Risk Management v5.0 (CE Approved)
    This course provides the essentials on risk management that every sales professional must know to avoid legal problems and provides an action plan for minimizing liability. What’s the difference between active fraud and negligence? What’s the nitty-gritty on dual agency? What are reasonable accommodations, and who determines when they’re required? Risk Management provides in-depth, detailed answers to these questions and many more, backed up with real-word examples and end-of-unit case studies.
  • Understanding 1031 Tax-Free Exchanges (CE Approved)
    This continuing education course explores the history, evolution, rules, and forms of the strategy used to defer tax liability until a later date. Loaded with real-life examples and calculations, this course allows agents to learn the vocabulary and application of tax-free exchanges so they are better able to answer client questions. Topics include: Installment Sales, The 1031 Tax-Free Exchange, The Law and the Rules, The Paperwork, Appendix: Frequently Asked Questions

CanopyCourses available through Canopy Real Estate Institute

These courses provide access to continuing education courses presented by local instructors like Cindy Chandler. Learn more here.

  • Staying on the Right Path – Code of Ethics (CE Approved)
    All brokers want to do things right, whether it is following the license law or abiding by the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics. This course has case studies in different areas dealing with different challenges. It does not matter if the broker is from a large or small market, in an urban or rural setting, or is residential or commercial or both – all brokers will relate to most if not all of the situations presented.
  • Fundamentals of Commercial Real Estate (CE Approved)
    Welcome to the exciting world of commercial real estate. It all starts here! This course will explain the business of commercial real estate and introduce many of the resources needed to pursue a commercial transaction or a career in commercial real estate. Course objectives include: differentiate between commercial and residential transactions, illustrate the different types of commercial transactions, discuss skills needed to be successful as a commercial broker, identify the players in a commercial transaction and provide tips on beginning a commercial real estate career.

NOTE: According to the NC Real Estate Commission Rule 21 NCAC 58E.0302 all distance education courses require students registering for such course to complete the course within 30 days of the date of registration for the course or the date the student is provided the course materials and permitted to begin work, whichever is the later date, provided that the deadline for course completion is an approval period shall not be later than June 10 of that approval period. If a course expires, the student is considered a “no show” and CRCBR “no show” policies will apply.