The Northern Colorado College of Real Estate is privately owned and operated by local real estate professional, Charity Vermeer Cornelison, and is not affiliated with any real estate company. The school has been serving the Northern Colorado region for over 30 years. The school is approved and regulated by the Division of Private Occupational Schools*- Department of Higher Education and the Real Estate Commission.
* Complaints can be filed with the division within two years of the student’s last day of attendance.
All of our instructors have been in the Real Estate industry, in some capacity, for over ten years and are accredited through the Division of Private Occupational Schools.
Northern Colorado Faculty:
- Charity Vermeer Cornelison – Since 1993, Charity has worked as an assistant for a top producer, sold real estate, coached, managed and instructed. She brings a broad base of knowledge to the classroom. To reach her directly, please text 970-481-2064.
- Adrienne Jacobson 970-227-6559
- Jeffrey Martin 970-599-4436
- Paul Tams 970-412-8353
- Keven Wright 970-222-2324
Southern Colorado Faculty:
- Eric Estrada 719-722-0009
Facilities & Equipment
Classes for the Northern Colorado College of Real Estate are currently held at our Loveland facility, conveniently located at 3780 N. Garfield Avenue (Northeast corner of Highway 287 and 37th Street).
Our classroom includes the enhancement of audio/visual equipment and ample desk space. Beverages and snacks are provided, and restrooms are conveniently located just outside of the classrooms.
Placement & Opportunities
NCCRE makes no guarantee for job placement; however, we do offer job assistance by providing a contact list to local brokers and by providing thorough preparation for the interview process with prospective brokers. Periodic Career Fairs are offered, at which students may interact and visit with local brokerages and affiliate companies.
Transfers & Refunds
NCCRE does not guarantee the transfer-ability of its credits to any other institution unless there is a written agreement with that other institution. Credit for previous training, education, or experience is conditional of the Real Estate Commission rules and regulations.
The students enter into a contract with the school for the 168 hours of training. The NCCRE refund policy is based on percentage of completion. * For online courses, the refund percentage is based on the number of lessons completed up to 120 days after the course start date. Although online courses are self-paced, students only have up 120 days to complete the course or be eligible for a refund.
Students may have absences during the duration of the course. If the student informs the school of any absences, the student will be given any material or tests that were missed and any make-up times, if necessary.