FAQS

Can I get my South Carolina Real Estate License Online?

The state of South Carolina does not allow for people to get their license online.  They do however allow for you to meet your continuing education requirements online.  We offer the continuing education course online for your convenience.


How do I get my South Carolina Real Estate License?

State law requires that you complete an approved 60 hour course, that will prepare you for the South Carolina real estate exam. After completing the first year sales course, you would send your application to the LLR - Real Estate Commission, then make an appointment to take the state exam.

Do I need a broker or real estate company to sponsor me to get my license?

NO, It is not necessary to have a broker/company sponsor you in order to take classes or the exam. However, it is mandatory to be affiliated with a broker/real estate company. In order to complete your licensing process you must fill out a form with the South Carolina Real Estate Commission to create this relationship before getting your provisional license.

Why South Carolina Real Estate?

Have you always wanted to own your own business?
Are you tired of office politics?
Do you want to unlock you true earning potential?

If you answered yes to any of these questions then real estate is right for you! Real Estate can be very lucrative $$ and rewarding. You can work at your own pace with unlimited earning potential. You are your own boss and you control your destiny.

How much does the South Carolina Real Estate exam cost?

The state exam cost $63.00 and can be scheduled anytime. It is administered Monday - Saturday exluding holidays.

Where do I take the South Carolina Real Estate License exam?

It is conveniently located in the Congaree Building within Synergy Business Park. It is only 1.5 miles from the school located at the intersection of I-20 and Bush River Road.

I already have a license in another state. What do I need to do to obtain my South Carolina Real Estate license?

The state of South Carolina has a reciprocal agreement with other states.  The states are North Carolina, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Georgia.  If you have your license in any of these state you will only need to apply for you license with LLR - Real Estate Commission.  If you do not have your license in one of the reciprocal states then you must pass the state portion of the exam.

How do I apply for the sc real estate exam after I have completed the course?

You can sign up on the SC real estate commission site located here

Why are you the #1 real estate school in south carolina?

Because we care about our students and we want you to succeed! We handpick our instructors to ensure that your experience here is fun and enjoyable. But don't take our word for it hear what our students are saying about us.

Where are you located?

We are conveniently located at 288 Saint Andrews Road in St Andrews Center (Formerly Whitehall Shopping Center). We are only 1.5 miles from intersection of I-26 and St Andrews Road or Bush River Road and I-20.

What are your school policies?

You can view the real estate school for success policies