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Ethics at Work


There is a reason why real estate agents frequently rank among the Americans' least trusted professions. What can you do, though, to change how the public perceives you? And what should you do if you encounter a licensee who is acting unethically or an ethical conundrum? You can assist raise the bar and enhance the industry's reputation as a real estate professional. Set a good example for others.   This course, which was updated in January 2022 and was created to satisfy the objectives of NAR Cycle 7, will enable you to spot ethical quandaries and respond to them in a way that inspires consumer confidence. We'll refer to numerous sections of the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics as well as actual ethical situations to find solutions to ethical conundrums. You'll be more equipped in just three short hours to demonstrate the professionalism and teamwork that form the genuine cornerstone of the real estate sector.

  • 3 Total hour
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  • 3 Elective hour
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  • 0 Mandatory hour
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Have questions regarding the SC real estate salesperson course? We got you covered.

Yes, one needs to be 18-year-old or above as per the requirements of the SCREC

A high school diploma (or certificate of equivalency) is necessary as per the requirements of the SCREC

Ten (10) hours biennially if a SC resident licensee. 4 hours must be the core mandatory course and 6 hours must be electives. Brokers in Charge will have to take a mandatory BIC Responsibility 4-hour course in addition to the core course, and will only have to take 2 hours of electives. If you are a non-resident and licensed in your resident jurisdiction, you have to meet the CE requirements of your resident state.

SCREC recognizes the qualifications of non-resident licensees of other jurisdiction, however one must still must apply for and take the SC portion of the real estate examination (and if applying to become a broker, meet the 3 years actively licensed sales experience requirements). With your examination application, you will need to submit certification(s) of licensure from any jurisdiction(s) in which you have held licensure in the last 5 years. You must also have been licensed within 6 months prior to SC Application.

Our current courses are 100% self-paced and online. All course content is presented in a series of online screens with quizzes to determine mastery before moving to the next series.

Courses are designed to help you pass your South Carolina licensing exam and prepare you for a career in real estate. Topics include local government regulations and agency relationships. Courses are inspired by real-life scenarios you'll face as a salesperson in South Carolina.

If you are considering taking the state licensing exam, you can apply online by going to the PSI website and following the online prompts after registering for an account. Once your eligibility has been forwarded to PSI, you have received approval to schedule the state exam.

All courses include an exam, which consists of 100 multiple-choice questions each. You must achieve a passing grade of 70% or more to receive your certificate of completion.