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Out of state agents needing a North Carolina license

NC State Specific Review with Video Narrative - $99

The NC State Specific Review is designed to help out of state licensees pass the 40 questions presented on the N.C. Real Estate exam that deal specifically with laws and practices in North Carolina. The review contains over 200 PowerPoint slides and includes a complete list of “Examination Topics” and suggested reading materials. The N.C. State Exam Math Section is also included and contains a complete Closing Statement with step by step instructions, a section on qualifying a buyer and CMA practice questions with solutions. Also included in the review are problem topics that many students are missing along with mini practice questions designed to help the student understand important tested material.

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Optional Suggested Materials

You may purchase additional reading materials separately. Click here to purchase the approved pre-licensing textbook: Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolina, 8th Edition Update.

Additional study guidelines can be found at the North Carolina Real Estate Commission.


Testimonials

"If you are an out of state agent that only has to take the state portion of the exam ,you need to purchase the N.C. State Exam Review from Fonville Morisey Realty. I took and failed this test 5 times. But when I bought this review, I passed the test . I spent and wasted so much money and time on tutors and practice tests ,I wish I had found this review first. It would have saved me a lot of time , money and aggravation."

-- Mike McIntyre, Waxhaw, NC