Continuing Education - Classroom Courses
J.Y. Monk Real Estate School offers the required 8 hours of Continuing Education for all real estate Licensees in 36 Classroom Locations statewide. Last year we received more than 18,000 registrations for our CE Update Courses, CE Elective Courses and BIC CE Courses from the Mountains to the Coast of North Carolina.
Special EARLY DiscountThrough January 15, save $10 when you purchase and schedule both CE courses in the same day! Use the discount code "EARLY" at checkout on our website, or when you place your order by phone.
|Both Courses, Same Day||$109|
|One Course Only||$59|
General Update Course (#9915)
4 hours: 8:30a.m. - 12:30p.m.
In this year's new mandatory General Update Course (#9915), which was written by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission, the J.Y. Monk Real Estate Training Center, Inc.'s outstanding instructors focus on
- Electronic Signatures and Documents
- Selected Property Management Issues
- Revised Commission Rules
- Miscellaneous Topics
- Licensing and Education Review
Elective Course (#3311):
Revitalizing Our Hometowns
4 hours: 1:30p.m. - 5:30p.m.
Our 2015 elective course is titled “Revitalizing Our Hometowns" (#3311) Infill and redevelopment is heating up, but at what cost? How can North Carolina communities succeed and prosper in the 21st century global economy without losing their individual, treasured sense of identity and unique cultural resources? Urban infill redevelopment is a strategy that is used to repurpose real estate, but what is the cost to individuals, families, and neighborhoods alike for this highly enterprising real estate trend?
As high potential properties get redeveloped, neighborhood streets change dramatically, almost overnight. Values rise but so do the issues and emotions surrounding redevelopment. This course dives headlong into all the sticky issues, including the use of eminent domain and the public taking of private land for private gain as a development strategy. You will leave fully versed in today’s hottest construction trend and the laws in place to protect people and communities, as well as the opportunities available to you and your clients.
- Eminent Domain Law Explained
- Urban Infill and Economic Development
- Smart Growth Principles
- Redevelopment Case Studies
- Short and Long-Term Impact on Communities.
CONTINUING EDUCATION POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Visit our Continuing Education Policies and Procedures page for more information on this course.