Earn your real estate license!
Are you interested in becoming a real estate agent? Look no further than the Metro Brokers Academy of Real Estate.
To receive a Georgia real estate license, you must successfully complete a 75-hour salesperson's pre-license course, pass a state exam with a score of 75% or higher, and be at least 18 years old and a high school graduate or GED equivalent.
Our leading educators will provide you with the required in-class hours as well as prepare you for the state exam, so that you can receive your real estate license easily and quickly.
Classes are held on weekday evenings from 6:00pm - 10:00pm.
Class dates: January 10, 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 24, 25, 26, 31, February 1, 2, 7, 8, 9, 21, 22, 23, 28, Mar 1 (Judge Parker)
Cram course: March 4 & 5
Final exam: March 6
The cost of the Prelicense class is $449. During the course, attendees will be offered a highly recommended cram course for $70 to prepare for the final exam.
No refunds will be issued once a student has attended any in-class session. Metro Brokers Academy retains a $30 administrative fee and a $55.00 book charge (if student received textbook in advance) for any refund paid prior to attending the first class of the course.
Salesperson Real Estate License Requirements
To qualify for a Salesperson's Real Estate License in Georgia, an applicant must:
- Be at least 18 years of age.
- Be a high school graduate or the holder of a GED certificate of equivalency.
- Successfully complete a Commission-approved Salesperson Prelicense Course of at least 75 hours and achieve a score of 75% on the school final exam.
- Pass a Commission-approved state examination with a score of 75%.
- Obtain a GCIC report (criminal background check) through a local police department. Obtain report no more than 60 days prior to picking up license.
You will be required to complete a Georgia Real Estate Examination Registration form on the first day of prelicense class that includes the following question:
Have you ever been convicted of, pled nolo contendere to, or been granted first offender treatment upon being charged with: (1) any criminal offense other than a traffic violation or (2) any traffic violation that involved driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs, homicide or feticide by vehicle, fleeing the scene of an accident, attempting to elude a police officer or impersonation of a law enforcement official?
If you answer “YES” to this question, you will be required to file with the Georgia Real Estate Commission Investigations Section an Application for Person with Prior Criminal Conviction(s) or Disciplinary Sanction(s) prior to obtaining a license.
Notice: Metro Brokers Academy of Real Estate reserves the right to cancel course prior to the first day of class. When course is canceled by Metro Brokers Academy of Real Estate, students shall receive a 100% tuition refund or may elect to attend another scheduled pre-license course.
For more information, contact the Metro Brokers Academy at 404.836.4040.