The Georgia Real Estate Commission requires 36 hours of continuing education to renew a 4-year Georgia real estate salesperson license. Georgia real estate continuing education credits must be acquired within the 4-year period to count towards the license renewal requirement. If renewing on or after July 1st, 2016, at least 3 hours of your continuing education must be on License Law courses.
If you hold a Georgia salesperson's license you will be required to complete a 25-hour post license course during your first year after obtaining the license. The post license course will count as 9 hours of your 36-hour Georgia real estate continuing education, so you must complete the remaining 27 hours during your first renewal period.
The Georgia REC has set up an online license renewal system to make paying the renewal fee simpler. Continuing education credits are added to GREC's online system directly by continuing education providers when real estate licensees pass continuing education courses required to renew their license.
If a licensee delays completing the 36 hours of license renewal credits until the last minute and feels he/she won't be able to finish before the license expiration date, the license renewal fee can still be paid via the online system. The license status will change from active to inactive at the expiration date, until the Georgia real estate continuing education courses courses have been completed and the licensee submits the proper form. If the renewal fee is not paid before the license expired, a higher priced reinstatement fee must be paid to reactivate the license and a different form must be completed. Be sure to get your GA real estate continuing education completed on time!
Why use OnlineEd?
Our program has been reviewed, approved, and authorized for real estate continuing education by the Georgia Real Estate Commission. Our real estate license renewal courses are authored in-house by experienced real estate brokers and industry professionals.
OnlineEd is a Georgia Real Estate Commission approved real estate school (GREC School ID #7580), and has been offering online education to the real estate industry since 1998. We have partnered with many real estate offices, companies, associations, and organizations.
This was the best on line course I have ever taken. This would be a great course to take any time. Thank you.
- D. DuFresne
Easy to follow and sometimes even fun. As always, will recommend to my broker and fellow agents.
- B. Beaton
What makes the OnlineEd course different from competitors?
How long do the courses take to complete?
Renewing a 4 year real estate salesperson license requires 24 hours of CE or 18 hours after taking the required 25 hour post-license course within the first year. Because OnlineEd courses are mastery-based and not time-monitored, students can work at their own pace. Some students may take more or less time than the courses are rated for. Course access is available for one year from enrollment.
How are the courses delivered?
The courses are entirely online and are also available in printer friendly formats. Your learning materials and exams are all delivered through your web browser. You will not need CDs, books, or other software. You can access your OnlineEd account through any computer with an internet connection.
What do I need to take the course?
If you can read this, you already have everything you need! The course is entirely web-based. You will be able to access your account from any computer with an internet connection. The OnlineEd system works will all major browsers and operating systems.
Who developed these courses?
OnlineEd continuing education courses are written by OnlineEd! That means your Georgia real estate course was written by practising real estate professionals. OnlineEd is not a course reseller; We write all of our own courses.
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