Georgia Real Estate Continuing Education (CE)

Earn your Georgia Real Estate CE units Online

The Georgia Real Estate Commission requires Salesperson licensees to complete 14 hours of continuing education every 2 years, 3 hours of which must be in Georgia law. Our online packages satisfy all DBPR Division of Real Estate’s requirements and give you the flexibility to take your CE courses whenever and wherever it’s convenient for you.

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Packages Info Hours Price

24 Hour Continuing Education Package More Less 24.0 $139.00

24 Hour Georgia Real Estate Continuing Education

The 24 Hour Real Estate CE course is a comprehensive online education program designed for anyone wanting to renew their real estate license in Georgia.

The Georgia Real Estate Commission requires salesperson licensees to complete 24 hours of continuing education every 4 years. Our online package satisfies all GREC requirements and gives you the flexibility to take your CE courses whenever and wherever it's convenient for you.

This 24 Hour Course Package is consist of 7 approved continuing education courses. This will satisfy the real estate CE requirement in Georgia.

Gerogia Real Estate CE

Course Package Description – 24 Hour Real Estate CE

Our 24 Hour Real Estate Continuing Education course package has been reviewed and accepted by ARELLO for online distribution. The real estate program covers 24 hours of courses, required by Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC), that apply toward Real Estate CE course completion certificate.

Facts about this course package – 24 Hour Continuing Education

* The course is for anyone wanting to renew their real estate license in Georgia.
* The course is a minimum of 24 hours in length. You can take longer to complete it.
* You may review any section you have already taken prior to testing.
* The course is fully accepted by GREC and credited by ARELLO.
* Upon completion, you may print out your certification on some courses.
* Each of the lesson's have a quiz that must be passed so that you can move on to the Final Exam. You must get a minimum of 70% or higher score. Failed final exam may be retaken up to 2 additional times.
* The complete price is $139.00.
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* The courses are purely web-based. You may take part of it at home, log-out and resume the course at work or any other computer as long as you have an internet connection.
* You may take the course at you own pace.
* You have up to 6 months from the start of the course to complete it.
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Individual Courses Info Hours Price

Code of Ethics More Less 6.0 $50.00

This course provides a basic understanding of ethics and a clear idea of the requirements imposed by the NAR �® Code of Ethics, the student will then explore the steps of the ethical decision-making process and the ways in which ethical conduct contributes to better business practices.

(6 hours).

Tax Favorable Real Estate Transactions More Less 4.0 $40.00

This course discusses the application of current tax advantages of using both qualified and non-qualified tax products such as IRAâ??s, SEP IRA, 401k, Roth IRAs and charitable gift annuities. The use of these applications will provide the real estate professional with the opportunity to create a long standing and profitable relationship with his or her clients, as well as attracting a more sophisticated investor wishing to find an alternative to 1031 exchanges.

Using the Internet to Serve ClientsMore Less 4.0 $40.00


In this module students will learn about the Internet and how it has affected the real estate industry. Students will also learn about the elements of websites and how to market themselves and their sites on the Internet. The final lesson teaches students to communicate effectively over e-mail.

The conclusion of this module presents real world dilemmas and applications of the information presented. As the student completes this module, he or she should try to paint a big picture of Internet issues, which the module will address with comprehensive content questions, practices and case studies.


* Understand the effects of disintermediation on real-estate professionals
* Be able to explain the issues that apply to Internet Data Exchange and Virtual Office Websites
* Have increased knowledge about the basic components of and terms related to the Internet
* Know how to generate contacts through the development of an effective website
* Evaluate and be able to implement Internet marketing methods
* Understand important guidelines for writing emails that will help generate effective dialogues


* LESSON 1: Overview of the Internet
* LESSON 2: Effects on the Real Estate Industry
* LESSON 3: Websites
* LESSON 4: Marketing on the Internet
* LESSON 5: Email
* LESSON 6: Real Estate Practice


Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.


This course has been approved for 4 hours.



Quizzes - All quizzes must be taken to proceed forward to the next lesson.
Final Exam - You will be required to take a final exam.


Print your certificate and provide a copy for your broker as evidence of completing the course. Retain a copy of the certificate for your records.

Contracts, Purchases and Sales Agreements More Less 4.0 $40.00


Clear, mutually-acceptable agreements are an essential component of the legal transference of ownership. In the practice of real estate, contracts are the instruments used to describe and record the agreements surrounding the conveyance of property. Some type of contract is nearly always involved, whether a salesperson is promising to sell a property within a specified period of time, a prospective buyer is placing an offer on a house or a seller is considering an offer on property.

Before entering into a legally binding agreement, real estate professionals must fully understand the contracts that govern their industry. Failure to understand contracts opens a licensee to various kinds of liability and can seriously damage one's professional reputation. Therefore, it is vital that real estate professionals learn this material so that they can protect themselves against errors, oversights and misunderstandings.

In this module, the student will learn about the types of general contracts as well as the different kinds of real estate contracts. The module begins by providing the student with an overview of the various types of contracts: bilateral, unilateral, implied, express, executed, executory, valid, void, voidable and unenforceable. Once the student is introduced to the different types of contracts, he or she learns what makes a contract legally enforceable, this being the five components that make a contract valid: mutual assent, legally competent parties, consideration, lawful objective and adherence to a statute of frauds.

This module includes the following lessons:

* Introduction to Contracts
* Contract Fulfillment
* Real Estate Contracts
* Contracts, Purchase and Sales Agreements

The fourth and concluding lesson in this module presents real-world dilemmas and concrete applications of the information presented in the rest of the course. As the student completes this module, he or she should try to develop a broad picture of environmental issues and how they fit into the larger practice of real estate; the last lesson will help with this project by presenting comprehensive content questions, practice problems and case studies.


Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to:

* Name and explain the various components of a valid contract.
* Identify the differences between a unilateral and bilateral contracts.
* Describe the various types of contracts.
* Recognize the difference between a forbearance and performance agreement.
* Outline the features of a contract (and the contracting parties) that make a contract legally binding.
* Recognize the general features of an incomplete or incorrectly completed contract.
* Identify when a contract can be discharged.
* Recognize the different kinds of real estate contracts.

Regulatory Requirement

Our staff works diligently to provide you with an analysis of current mandates and legislation that affects you the licensee. All information pertaining to the Mandatory Continuing Education requirements can be found on the State Requirements page. You can find the link to this page on the upper Navigation bar on the Course Catalog.

Course Completion

Affidavits can be found by clicking the Help link in the navigation bar on the Course Catalog. The affidavit will also be available to print upon course completion.


Quizzes - There is a quiz at the end of each lesson to test comprehension of the subject matter.
Final Exam - Passing Grade 70%. You can take the final three times.

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ERC Relocation: Assisting Corporate TransfereesMore Less 3.0 $30.00


Relocation presents an array of new challenges and opportunities to all real estate professionals. This course covers the definition of "relocation" and the development of the relocation industry. We explain how relocation affects the roles of various real estate professionals, including appraisers, home inspectors and real estate salespersons, and brokers.

We walk the student through a relocation transaction, covering the assignment, or re-assignment, of an employee through the selling of the employee's home. Some of the steps in this process require specific explanation. This course covers those points in specific lessons; for example, we devote one lesson to how different companies manage relocation and the types of programs that they commonly institute. The latter half of this course addresses how relocation affects common real estate concerns. These concerns include disclosure law, agency, tax law, fair housing, and non-discrimination issues.

Upon completion of this course, the student will:

# Understand the definition and development of the relocation business.
# Appreciate the impact relocation has had on the professional roles of those persons traditionally associated with the real estate industry.
# Grasp the various steps in the relocation process.
# Recognize the various steps that comprise a relocation transaction.
# Understand the different types of relocation plans and programs.
# Recognize fair housing legislation as it relates to relocation.
# Know how to avoid unfair discrimination.
# Recognize the various protected classes under federal fair housing legislation.
# Comprehend the importance of agency and property disclosure.

Environmental Hazards More Less 3.0 $30.00


This course is designed to increase your knowledge about expanding environmental issues and laws that have an impact on environmental problems. This course Identifies the procedures used to locate toxic waste sites, the responsibilities for clean up and steps that may be taken to minimize future liabilities.

While real estate agents are not expected to be environmental experts, the same disclosure rules apply as to other facts about a property. That is, if environmental information is known to the sales agent and it would affect a prudent purchaser's decision to buy, it must be disclosed. Because of this, licensees should be familiar with the nature of these problems as well as the laws and regulations that are intended to protect both the consumer and the environment.

1031 Real Estate ExchangesMore Less 3.0 $30.00

Section 1031 of the Internal Revenue Code allows for a tax deferment on the exchange of "like kind" income-producing property. In essence, an individual may trade an old income-producing or commercial capital asset for a new one of "like kind" without paying tax on any of the gains. Instead, the tax is deferred until the chain of exchanges is permanently broken.

Commercial real property can qualify for a tax-deferred exchange, providing that the transaction is properly managed through the cooperation of many different professionals. This module outlines the uses of 1031 exchanges, covering what constitutes exchangeable property, the definition of "like kind," the roles of different professionals in 1031 exchanges, the benefits and drawbacks, as well as the different types of exchanges commonly used for real estate transactions.

A real estate professional familiar with the Section 1031, its meaning, use and scope, will be able to expand his or her clientele base and will be better equipped to advise investor and commercial clients over the course of their transactions, from the property finding phase through closing.

Asset Management More Less 3.0 $30.00


Asset Management will provide insight into decision-making techniques used in choosing a strategy to maximize the value of an income-producing property. Real estate agents who deal with residential/commercial property investments will benefit from this introductory course on asset management.

Course objectives in this course are:

Asset Management Essentials,
Case Study: San Felipe Court
Buying vs. Leasing
Distressed Property
Bad investment Decisions>

Fair HousingMore Less 3.0 $30.00


This course is designed to increase your knowledge of federal and state fair housing laws and related civil rights and anti-discrimination laws that affect real property transactions. All real estate licensees need to understand who is protected by the fair housing laws, what acts are prohibited by these, and how the fair housing laws are enforced.

The more knowledgeable you are about fair housing, the less likely you will be to commit fair housing violations. Course topics covered in this course include transactions covered by the law, discrimination, HUD advertising guidelines, equal housing opportunity, the equal credit opportunity act and the Americans with Disabilities Act.

Georgia Education Requirements

State Laws

All active licensees licensed after January 1, 1980, must complete at least 24 hours of approved continuing education course work during each four year renewal period.

Note : Salespersons who complete the 25 hour post license course in their first year of licensure may count that course as meeting only 6 hours of the CE requirement for the first renewal period.

In the succeeding 3 years of their first renewal period, such salespersons must complete an additional 18 hours of CE courses in order to renew their licenses. (Georgia Real Estate License Law and Rules and Regulations, Chapter 520-2-.07(7).)

Salespersons and Brokers renew their license every 4 years in the month of their birth.