Real Estate School
Real Estate School
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If you’re seeking the best Real Estate education to start an exciting career with tremendous earning potential, or if you’re looking for the most current and reliable education to enhance your career, Cumbie & Trull is the oldest and most trusted real estate school in Asheville.
WHAT OUR STUDENTS ARE SAYING…
“The best real estate school PERIOD! Cumbie & Trull is full of highly educated instructors supported by an amazing staff. Kelly and Annette are super informative and know how to mix it up to keep you engaged. The staff always has an answer to every question you may have which makes the entire process a breeze. I can’t imagine going anywhere else and I have to credit C&T for making me pass the tests.“
— Alexio Guadagno
“I recently completed all three postlicensing classes at Cumbie & Trull. I had to take them online because of the pandemic. Regardless, the classes were very informative, the instructors were knowledgeable, engaging, and led real-world discussions, and the students had opportunities to chat and network. I also took my broker license class there as well. I highly recommend.“
— Ann Smith
“Class was via Zoom and it went seamlessly. Content was good and presentation stellar. A sense of humor by both presenters helped make the information easier to retain.” — Bonnie Carlin
“This was my first live class through a remote classroom session. I was impressed with how easy the check-in was and in addition the class went off without a hitch. Cumbie & Trull people are always professional and a pleasure to work with.” — Karen Rose
CUMBIE & TRULL FAQ’S
Q: Why would I need a real estate license?
A: In general, any person who transacts real estate business (including property management and time share sales) for compensation as an agent for another must have a real estate license.
Q: What do I have to do to get a real estate license in North Carolina?
A: Take and pass an approved 75-hour prelicensing course, submit an application to the Real Estate Commission and pass the state licensing exam.