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Real Estate and Property Management

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 Property Management

TTC is an authorized provider for the pre-license course in property management and real estate. For state requirements, visit http://www.llronline.com/POL/REC/index.asp?file=Online/OnlinePropertyManager.htm

To obtain a property management license, the applicant must be at least 18 years old and:

  • agree to the submission of a satisfactory credit report;
  • have a high school diploma or GED equivalent;
  • complete all 32 hours of the course (two hours of course allotted to testing);
  • pass the property management examination; and 
  • apply for a property manager license within one year.
Property Management

This four-week, 32-hour course fulfills the S.C. Real Estate Commission's requirements for the property management license exam. The fundamentals of property management and applicable state laws are covered. You must successfully complete the course to be eligible for the exam. You must possess a high school diploma or equivalent prior to registration. Note: The S.C. Labor and Licensing Board requires students by law  to complete the entire Property Management course. Students are not allowed to enroll after the course begins. Books are not included, but they are available in the TTC bookstore. Please register as soon as possible since classes fill quickly.

XREA 502-002

5/3-6/7

S

8 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

$239

M


 Real Estate

TTC is an authorized provider for the pre-license course for real estate and property management. Please be sure to check out South Carolina's state requirements, visit http://www.llr.state.sc.us/POL/REC/index.asp?file=pub.htm.


To obtain a real estate license, the applicant must be at least 18 years old and:

  • agree to the submission of a satisfactory credit report;
  • have a high school diploma or GED equivalent;
  • provide proof of completion of 60 hours of pre-license education from an authorized school;
  • pass the state written examination;
  • submit an application for licensure along with the appropriate fees; and
  • be associated with a broker-in-charge.
Real Estate I

This 60-hour course meets new requirements, and successful completion enables you to sit for the state examination. Books not included and are available in the TTC bookstore.

XREA 501-002

5/5-6/23

MWTh

6:30-9:30 p.m.

$389

M
 *No class 5/26

 

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