Georgia Online Real Estate Continuing Education

Simplify your GA license renewal with state-approved online CE courses from our real estate school

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Fast-track your license renewal with a Georgia Real Estate CE package

Your convenient, hassle-free solution for Georgia real estate license renewal. All courses are user-friendly and available 24/7.

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Choose the online real estate continuing education courses that are right for you

All individual Georgia real estate CE courses are state-approved. Make completing your education simple and convenient with access anytime, anywhere.

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Georgia Real Estate License Requirements

Learn about the real estate education needs for licensing and renewal in your state.

Licensing Board/Commission: Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC)

Requirements:

Education hours required for a real estate salesperson license in the state of Georgia: N/A

Education hours required for a real estate broker license in the state of Georgia: 60 hours

Georgia also requires 25 hours of postlicense education.

Reciprocity:

A real estate professional licensed in another state who becomes a Georgia resident may obtain an equivalent Georgia real estate license without further examination or education. The applicant must submit a certification of license history (no more than one year old) from the state in which the applicant is currently licensed. The certification of license history must show that the applicant:

  • is currently in good standing; (The license cannot be lapsed or expired.)
  • has passed an examination for the type of license sought in Georgia; and
  • has met all prelicense and continuing education requirements required for that license by that state.

 

Continuing Education (CE) and License Renewal Requirements:

In order to renew your real estate license in Georgia, 36 hours of real estate CE must be completed every 4 years from the month of your birth.  Of the 36 hours, 3 hours must cover Georgia law and rules.