Is Residential Real Estate Right For You?

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Get Your License

All residential real estate agents start by taking a 75-hour prelicense course to be eligible to test for the state real estate exam. Whether online or in the classroom, we’ll help you ace the test the first time, and be prepared for what happens next.

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Take Your Postlicense

After passing your real estate exam, you'll need to hang your license with a broker, and within the first year, take a 25-hour postlicense. Some brokerages will provide your classes for you, but if you're on your own (or want some extra practice), we can help.

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Continue Your Education

In Georgia, every residential real estate agent must complete 36 hours of continuing education every four years to keep their license. From code of ethics and license law to designations, we've got the education to keep you above board.

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Residential Is For "People" People

If you love being involved in the community, residential real estate is the perfect avenue for you. From learning the local school districts and surrounding businesses to being up to date on the covenants and restrictions for each neighborhood, real estate agents with a penchant for people will be most successful pursuing a residential career. We'll help you get the basics you need to be a first-time pro at building strong, lasting relationships to ensure your clients keep coming back.

Work When You Want, Where You Want & How You Want

The perks of residential real estate is more than just meeting new people — this career path also gives you incredible flexibility over your day, allows you to create your own schedule, and provides the opportunity to advance your career on your own terms. Real estate is for the self-starters, the go-getters, and the "make your own luck" people, and we'll be there to prepare you for the demands of this rewarding career with the edge you need to succeed.

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Want to join in on the success of more than 16,000 yearly real estate agents in Georgia? As the most trusted real estate education program in the state, we've got the tools you need to get started on the residential real estate career you've always wanted. Ready to begin? Register for an in-classroom session that fits your schedule or sign up for an online course and get started in minutes.

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Community Association Management (CAM)

Prelicense / Postlicense / 24 Hour CE Series | April 10, 11, 15, 16
Learn everything you need to know to manage a community association, including: the transition process and turnover from declarant control to an owner-elected board of directors, the responsibilities of directors and officers of community associations, the federal laws regulating enforcement issues in community associations, how to deal with common contract pitfalls, and much more. Students will also be introduced to the numerous books and records a corporation is required to keep pursuant to Georgia law as well as learn to create operating and capital reserve budgets, how to evaluate a debtor for potential collections and what to expect when litigating a collection matter.

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