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ASHEVILLE’S
Real Estate School

ASHEVILLE’S
Real Estate School

READ OUR LATEST NEWS ON NEW OWNER AND AWARD-WINNING INSTRUCTOR, KELLY ALLEN!

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…

“It is always a treat to do CE with Cumbie and Trull. Instructors make topics that can be boring and dull, fun and easy to understand. They are always well organized and friendly. Highly recommend them!”  
— Vanessa Santucci 

“My experience was great! Even though we couldn’t meet in a class room setting, I really enjoyed the zoom class. Kelly was excellent in teaching us the material. I would highly recommend Cumbie & Trull.”
— Natalie Hawkins 

“As a realtor who graduated from Cumbie & Trull, I can personally vouch for the quality education I received from this RE school. I get weekly solicitations from other real estate schools in my region, but none entice me. I know that I will get the best educational experience from Cumbie & Trull, and will always go to them for my continuing ED.” — Shane Peters 

“Extremely high quality of teaching coming from this institution. I am quite impressed. I’ve been taught by individuals with PhD’s who didn’t even come close to Kelly’s teaching in terms of keeping your interest and helping to repeat information you need to remember. This school will truly prepare you for licensure and beyond.” — Jenna Allison

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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.