NC License requires a “sponsor” to get into a school?

Hey All,

I’m hoping this is the correct place and I’m not breaking any rules here.

I used to be an agent in a neighboring state until 2017 (after I’d moved back to be around family) and let my license lapse. I wasn’t worried about it since I figured if I ever wanted to get it my NC Broker license I’d just retake the classes and retest. The time has come where I want to have my license and be inactive, but be on the up and up in the state (in terms of laws, rules, etc.) and have been trying to find a school that works around my scheduled/or possibly online. I work in fire and my schedule is a handful on a great week.

So basically I’m just wanting to take the class(es), test and hang my shingle with a BIC (if that’s the correct lingo for this state) but not really wanting to actively look for business. Just want to have a license again.

Is what I’m reading true that I need to have a sponsor (of sorts) just to get a spot in a class? Could anyone help me understand if I’m missing something?

Thanks!

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Hey All, I’m hoping this is the correct place and I’m not breaking any rules here. I used to be an agent in a neighboring state until 2017 (after I’d moved back to be around family) and let my license lapse. I wasn’t worried about it since I figured if I ever wanted to get it my NC Broker license I’d just retake the classes and retest. The time has come where I want to have my license and be inactive, but be on the up and up in the state (in terms of laws, rules, etc.) and have been trying to find a school that works around my scheduled/or possibly online. I work in fire and my schedule is a handful on a great week. So basically I’m just wanting to take the class(es), test and hang my shingle with a BIC (if that’s the correct lingo for this state) but not really wanting to actively look for business. Just want to have a license again. Is what I’m reading true that I need to have a sponsor (of sorts) just to get a spot in a class? Could anyone help me understand if I’m missing something? Thanks! submitted by /u/pbrwillsaveusall [link] [comments]

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