To obtain a Georgia Real Estate License, you must:

Be a high school graduate or the holder of an equivalency degree (GED)

Successfully complete a 75 hour Pre-licensing course, including a proctored final exam

The Georgia Real Estate Commission requires students to take the course from an approved provider such as Barney Fletcher Schools (5753 In-Class approval code and 6994 online approval code)

Pass a proctored State Licensing Examination (There is $121.00 fee paid to Applied Measurement Professionals for each time the student takes the exam)

Submit your GCIC (Georgia Criminal Information Center) report with no issues. (If there are issues, you must submit the Application for Person with Prior Criminal Conviction(s) or Disciplinary Sanction(s) to the Georgia Real Estate Commission)

Submit the Certificate of Accuracy Statement License Application which is issues once the student passes the State Examination.

Present two (2) forms of identification, one with current photograph. (Both forms of ID must be valid and include your current name and signature)

Pay the one time application fee of $170.00 (VISA, MasterCard; Cashiers check or money order payable to the Georgia Real Estate Commission)

The Georgia Illegal Immigration Reform and Enforcement Act of 2011 require all applicants for real estate licensure or appraiser classification, and those applying for renewal of an existing license or classification, Appraisal Management Companies, Instructors, and School Directors to submit to the Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC):

A secure and verifiable document for identification purposes as defined in O.C.G.A. 50-36-2

A signed and sworn affidavit verifying the applicants lawful presence in the United States as required in O.C.G.A. 50-36-1.

The Georgia Real Estate Commission requires that final exams be proctored by schools or school-approved proctors (online exams only).

Barney Fletcher Schools administers course exams every Wednesday at 9:00am and Thursday at 12:30pm. Call the school for details. The Georgia Real Estate Commission also requires a state examination after the completion of your school final. Details for that exam can be found at in the candidate handbook.

On July 1, 2015: required hours of continuing education increase from 24 to 36

On July 1, 2016: 3 of the 36 hours must be on the top of License Law.

Georgia Real Estate License Rule Changes Video:Click Here

To obtain a Georgia Real Estate Brokers license you must:

Be a high school graduate or holder of a certification of equivalency (GED)

Have held an active sales license for 3 out of the last 5 years

Successfully complete an approved 60-hour broker course from an Accredited School (Barney Fletcher Schools code 5753 for in-class and 6994 for online)

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