NC Real Estate Commission (NREC) Has Just Passed Emergency Measures to Temporarily Allow Online Pre/Post/CE Classes 
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic
 
This rule change has been approved by the NCREC and is subject to final approval by the NC Rules Commission within the next 8 days.
 
 At its March 18, 2020 monthly meeting, NC Real Estate Commission (NCREC), after two hours of discussion, took the unprecedented step of approving an emergency rule ordering all schools to "suspend all in-person courses until April 30, 2020" given the public health risks we all face from COVID-19. Several commissioners commented that voluntary restrictions are just that and, until restrictions are mandatory, they often unfortunately are ignored. They concluded that their primary charge is to protect the public interest and that current public health concerns, both on an individual and community level, necessitated dramatic actions on a short term basis.-- 
 
What is "synchronous education"? It is where the instructor and students are separated by location, but not time; in other words, the instructor will be hosting the class from one location, and each student will view it from home or wherever they wish. Students will see the PPS on their monitor and hear the instructor, but may not be able to see the instructor or vice-versa. Students can submit questions to the instructor.
 
    CSRE plans to deliver all currently scheduled prelicense and postlicense classes via Zoom meetings at least through June 30. You will receive an invitation via email to attend the meeting and once you accept, the rest is fairly automatic. You must have access to a computer and to a stable internet throughout the 4-8 hour class, as applicable. 
 
    If you don't wish to continue/complete your class via Zoom, you may reschedule to a class after April 30 when CSRE might be able to resume offering education in a traditional classroom environs, That said, the NCREC will revisit the emergency rule at its April meeting and may extend the suspension of in-person classes beyond April 30 depending on the public health situation at that time.   
 
    Lastly, recognizing that this crisis is creating hardships, the emergency rule (58G.0104) directs the NCREC to grant extensions of time to complete postlicensing or continuing education to those licensees requesting an extension. There is a form available on the REC's website. 
 
You will be notified if the dates of your currently-scheduled class change.  If you have questions or wish to reschedule, please email Lane at Lyoung@CarolinaSchoolRE.com or text Lane at 336-391-2910

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