North Carolina Real Estate Exam Prep

The North Carolina License Professor is North Carolina number one provider of high quality real estate knowledge designed to help YOU pass your North Carolina real estate exam the first time. Explanations and feedback given by the North Carolina License Professor is provided by real estate license instructors and professional realtors from across North Carolina, including Charlotte, Raleigh, and Greensboro. Thousands of students have already aced their North Carolina real estate exam by preparing with the North Carolina License Professor.

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission registers and regulates real estate brokers (sales agents) and has its real estate licensing exam administered by PSI. Our North Carolina real estate prep exams cover all of the necessary fundamentals for both the state and national portions of the PSI exam.

What are the North Carolina NATIONAL Licensing Exam Topics?

  1. Property Ownership
  2. Land Use Controls and Regulations
  3. Valuation and Market Analysis
  4. Financing
  5. General Principles of Agency
  6. Property Condition and Disclosures
  7. Contracts
  8. Transfer of Title
  9. Practice of Real Estate
  10. Real Estate Calculations

What are the North Carolina STATE Licensing Exam Topics?

  1. N.C. Real Estate License Law and Commission Rules
  2. Other North Carolina Laws and Practices
  3. General Real Estate Topics

North Carolina License Package Features

1,600 +

North Carolina Specific Questions


Full Exams


Interactive Study Modes

(Learning, Exam, & Flash Card)

Specific Math and Definition Exams

Prepare for Both State and National Exams

Practicing real estate exam questions with the North Carolina License Professor will:
  • Increase your understanding of course material
  • Improve your exam comfort, familiarity, and completion speed
  • Start preparing immediately as there is no software to be delivered
  • Work from home comfortably (slippers allowed): Study wherever and whenever you desire
  • Have no need to attend expensive exam prep classes or real estate license school

The content for each North Carolina real estate exam has been extensively planned out by the North Carolina License Professors editorial staff; professionals who teach real estate license courses all over North Carolina. Through their valuable years of instructional experience they have created a series of practice tests that help future realtors prepare for their real estate exam. Don't set up to fail. Pass the North Carolina real estate exam using the excellent practice exams and informative feedback that the North Carolina License Professor's system provides. And don't forget - we have a 100% money back guarantee!

North Carolina exam questions and our comprehensive glossary cover all real estate topics, including:

  1. Introduction to the Real Estate Business
  2. Real Property and the Law
  3. Concepts of Home Ownership
  4. Agency
  5. Real Estate Brokerage
  6. Listing Agreements and Buyer Representation
  7. Interests in Real Estate
  8. Forms of Real Estate Ownership
  9. Legal Descriptions
  10. Real Estate Taxes and Other Liens
  11. Real Estate Contracts
  12. Transfer of Title
  13. Title Records
  14. Real Estate Financing: Principles
  15. Real Estate Financing: Practice
  16. Leases
  17. Property Management
  18. Real Estate Appraisal
  19. Land-Use Controls and Property Development
  20. Fair Housing and Ethical Practices
  21. Environmental Issues and Real Estate Transactions
  22. Closing the Real Estate Transaction
  23. Real Estate Math
  24. North Carolina Law and Practice

A North Carolina Real Estate Broker License is required of individuals who want to who perform acts of real estate services in North Carolina. Purchasing our broker package and selecting North Carolina will provide you with national exam prep questions as well as North Carolina-specific broker practice questions.

  • Be at least 18 years of age.
  • Be a United States citizen, a non-citizen national or a qualified alien under federal law, or have a lawful presence in the U.S. and be authorized to work in the U.S. in the real estate brokerage field.
  • Have a Social Security Number.
  • Satisfy one of the Education Qualification Options listed below:
    • Completion of the 75-hour North Carolina broker pre-licensing course.
    • Completion in another state of an equivalent real estate salesperson pre-licensing course.
    • Equivalent real estate education: the applicant must have a baccalaureate or higher degree in the field of real estate, real estate brokerage, real estate finance, real estate development, or a law degree conferred on the applicant from any college or university accredited by a college accrediting body recognized by the U. S. Department of Education.
    • Current licensure as a real estate salesperson or broker in another state.
  • File a complete application and pay all fees.
  • Pass the two-part real estate license examination.
  • Satisfy the Commission that the applicant possesses the requisite character for licensure.

Take our free sample real estate exam so you can see exactly what you are signing up for. Just remember that you get access to the entire databank with 1600+ questions specific to North Carolina.

We know you may still have a number of questions about obtaining your real estate license in North Carolina. Here are the most commonly asked ones. If you still have questions, just go to our contact page and let us know.

The broker exam contains 80 national questions and 40 state-specific questions. You must correctly answer at least 57 of the national questions and 29 of the state-specific questions to pass.

Just because you have a criminal record, it does not mean that you will be prevented from receiving your license. It is always best to provide details on your application. If you are unsure, you can always call the commission to clarify what type of convictions are allowed, and which are not.

You are given a total of 3.5 hours for the broker exam. You are are allowed 120 minutes (2 hours) for the national portion and 90 minutes (1.5 hours) for the state portion, for a total of 210 minutes (3.5 hours).