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Any person or business engaging in real estate transactions as an agent for another (including time share transactions) must first obtain a license from the Commission.

The process for obtaining a license by examination is:

1 Applicant completes required real estate course or otherwise satisfies prelicense requirements.

2 Applicant files application form and fee with Commission.

3 Commission determines applicant's eligibility for licensing examination and sends qualified applicants a notice of examination eligibility.

4 Applicant contacts testing service to pay examination fee and schedule examination.

This information was obtained from the North Carolina Real Estate Commission web site, for more detailed information please go to

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