Schools and Instructors Outstanding Examination Performance Records July 1, 2009 – June 30, 2010

The performance of first-time real estate license examination candidates by approved schools and instructors is monitored by the North Carolina Real Estate Commission and regularly reported to schools and instructors. School and instructor examination performance records are reviewed annually by the Real Estate Commission to help assure that quality instruction is being provided in prelicensing courses by such schools and instructors. The most recent annual performance record for each school may be found on the Commission’s Web site.

The overall examination performance for all first-time candidates on the real estate examination for the period July 1, 2009 through June 30, 2010 was 74%. The Commission would like to congratulate each of the following schools and instructors (with six or more students tested) for  achieving an outstanding examination performance record of 80% or higher for the year ending June 30, 2010. The Commission recognizes that to have students perform at such a level on the license examination requires a combination of high quality instruction and high course completion standards.


Allen Tate School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Raleigh; Asheville-Buncombe Community College, Asheville; Brunswick Community College, Supply/Leland; Cape Fear Community College, Castle Hayne; Central Piedmont Community College,Charlotte/Matthews/Huntersville; Cumbie and Trull School of Real Estate, Asheville; Cumbie Institute of Real Estate, Asheville; Durham Tech Community College, Durham/Hillsborough; Free School of Real Estate, Cornelius; Guilford Tech Community Co​llege, Jamestown/High Point/Greensboro; Mingle School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Cornelius; Sea Coast Real Estate Academy, Wilmington; Superior School of Real Estate, Charlotte/Concord/Cornelius/Huntersville; The Outer Banks School of Real Estate, Harbinger


Oscar Agurs, Charlotte; William D. Beck, Sr., Bolivia; Pascall S. Camak, Pine Knoll Shores; Deborah B. Carpenter, Raleigh; Ray Cline, Charlotte; Charles L. Dotson, Matthews; Kandyce K. Ellis, Chapel Hill; Joseph Roy Faron, Merritt; Victoria B.Ferneyhough, Raleigh; Frank E. Free, Sr., Stanley; Ernest Gerald Fulghum, Raleigh;William H. Gallagher II, Charlotte; Janice C. Gullick, Clayton; Violet Locke Harrington, Durham; Carolyn C. Lambert, Charlotte;  Nancy Legg, York, SC; Edward George Liptak, Maggie Valley; Saundra Martin, Salisbury; James Richard Mort, Gastonia; Gloria Muir, Greensboro; Glenda Bowen Newell, Wilmington; Laurel A. Pettys, Wilmington; Rashad I. Phillips, Charlotte; Robert H. Potts, Asheville; Dana S. Rhodes, Charlotte; Tim R. Terry, Charlotte; William J.Trull, Jr., Asheville; Elizabeth Whitcraft, Kill Devil Hills; Terry Mitchell Wilson, Huntersville; Ben C. Wirtz, Iron Station.

This article came from the October 2010-Vol41-2 edition of the bulletin.