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The thriving South Carolina real estate market is a great place to start your career as a salesperson.
August 16, 2018

Take Advantage of the South Carolina Real Estate Market

by The CE Shop Team

Begin Your Real Estate Career Today

South Carolina features a vibrant and thriving housing market through small town charm and big city conveniences. Since the average home value in South Carolina is just $153,791, there is a lot of opportunity for real estate salespersons to help people from a variety of backgrounds find their dream homes. Appreciation in the South Carolina market has also been steadily increasing in the past decade, making real estate a steady career path. If you’re interested in becoming a South Carolina real estate salesperson, The CE Shop offers the only Pre-Licensing education that is online and at your convenience.

Consisting of 60 hours, our Pre-Licensing course is the first of its kind in South Carolina. Until now, students interested in pursuing a career in the exciting field of real estate were required to complete their entire 60-90 hour education in a classroom, away from work, family, and countless other priorities. With The CE Shop at the forefront of innovation in the education industry, real estate students now have access to progressive online courses presented in a self-paced format. After successfully completing the Pre-Licensing program, students are eligible to take the South Carolina state licensing exam and begin their career as a real estate salesperson. 

Our Pre-Licensing courses have a particular focus on helping students pass their South Carolina licensing exam, and The CE Shop courses consistently help students achieve pass rates far higher than the industry average. Better education makes for better real estate salespersons, which helps both buyers and sellers in competitive and fast-paced South Carolina real estate markets.

Get started on your South Carolina real estate education today.

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