The SC Real Estate Commission announced that there is a NEW RESIDENTIAL Property disclosure form which goes into effect June 1, 2023.
To view the form and other SCREC forms, go to their website:  https://www.llr.sc.gov/re/resources.aspx
If you are a resident of NC, and need to renew your SC real estate license, you must upload your documents to CE Broker
1.  Set up your CE BROKER account if you do not already have one.
Go to SCREC - https://llr.sc.gov/re/
Click on Renew My License
Scroll down to CE BROKER - CE Tracking Database
You want the free account.  Scroll down to the bottom of the poge - instructions on how to sign up are there.          Remember you want the FREE account.
Remember to use your SC license #.
To upload your NC c.e. to CE Broker, Log into your CE Broker account
Click on "Report CE" button on top right
Choose "Additional Options" , NOT "Report ce/CME"
Click on "Select CE Cycle" and choose 2019 - 2021
Scroll down to the bottom where it says "Resident of another jurisdiction"  Click "Begin"
Answer the questions and click "Continue"
When you get to the "Attachments page" upload your NC CE certificates or your NCREC CE history screenshot.
Continue to "Attestation", click "Submit Now"
You will get a confirmation message from CE Broker that it has been submitted and you will get an email that your info has been submitted.
Appraisers are required to use certain standards when reporting square footage.  Read how and when their measurement may differ from yours so you can explain to your buyer or seller why it is different!  Read the NCREC article by clicking the link below.