As of July 1, 2018, in order to be designated as a Broker-in-Charge, a broker must first obtain BIC Eligible status. To
qualify for BIC Eligible status, a broker must:
- hold a “full” broker license on Active status;
have at least two years of full-time or four years of part-time real estate brokerage experience within the previous
five years or shall be a North Carolina licensed attorney with a practice that consisted primarily of handling
real estate closings and related matters in North Carolina for three years immediately preceding application;
complete the 12-hour Broker-in-Charge Course no earlier than one year prior to application and no later than
120 days after application.
If you do not receive a Notice of License Record Change within 10 business days after filing this form, contact License
Services at 919-875-3700.
SPECIAL NOTE: If you have lost BIC Eligible status
, then before you submit this form to regain BIC Eligible
Status, Commission Rule 58A .0110
requires you to complete the following steps in the prescribed order:
Take the necessary steps to return your license to active status, i.e., pay reinstatement fee and/or complete
Submit the License Activation form (REC 2.08):
- Complete the Commission’s 12-hour Broker-in-Charge Course: and
Submit this form: Request for BIC Eligible Status and/or Broker-in-Charge Designation form (REC 2.25). (Note
that you must have the experience required for initial designation.)
This form is not meant to be printed. If you have already completed the form please use the submit button at the bottom
to send the form directly to the Commission.