That state agency oversees your real estate license. To check your license credits: Go to the GREC website (www.grec.state.ga.us). Under the “Licensed Professionals” tab, select “Online Service Login.”
How long can a real estate license be inactive in Georgia?
However, Georgia law requires that any licensee with a license on inactive status for more than two years complete six hours of education for every year the license was inactive prior to returning to active status. Courses must be taken no more than one year prior to the date of the reactivation of the license.
How do I renew my Georgia real estate license?
There is a Mail-in Renewal Form, but the Georgia Real Estate Commission also gives you the option to renew online up to 120 days prior to your renewal date.
You need to submit three things:
- Proof of your course’s completion.
- Your “Salesperson, Associate Broker, Broker, CAM Renewal” form.
- Your fee (more on that below)
How many times can you retake the Georgia real estate exam?
Here’s how many final exam attempts each state allows: Two attempts allowed: California, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Nevada, New York, Oklahoma, Texas, South Carolina, and Washington. Three attempts allowed: Alabama, Arkansas, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Mississippi, Kentucky, Montana, Minnesota, Tennessee and Virginia.
How do I activate my inactive real estate license in Georgia?
You may activate your license at no cost at a later time when you decide to join a real estate firm. BROKERS – AMP can issue only “inactive” broker’s licenses. You can activate a broker’s license by filing an “opening a new firm” or a “change of qualifying broker” application with the Commission.
How much does it cost to become a real estate agent?
As a real estate agent, you’ll be required to be licensed by the state in which you plan to practice, and you can expect to shell out around $2,000 over the course of becoming licensed.
How long is a Georgia real estate license good for?
Georgia licensees renew their license every four years and can do so up to 120 days (4 months) prior to the actual renewal period end date. The renewal period end date is the last day of their birthday month every four years.