Complete Georgia Pre-Licensing Coursework Online
Before you apply for your real estate license, the Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC) requires 75 hours of real estate education with an approved provider like Agent Campus by 360training.
GREC requires pre-license courses to cover fundamentals like:
- Real estate contracts
- Real estate instruments and conveyances
- Closing procedures
- Agency law and disclosure
- Pricing real estate property
- Real estate financing
- Georgia's Residential Mortgage Fraud law
- Community association/property management activities
- Environmental law
- City and urban development
- Fair housing laws
- Anti-trust laws
- Safety precautions
- Georgia real estate license law
Our course content is online and mobile-friendly, so you can finish them on your own schedule, at your own pace, whenever you have time.
Pass Your Proctored Final Exam
After you're done with the course material, you'll have to schedule a proctored final exam. GREC requires your final to be overseen by a third party to make sure you take it on your own.
A passing grade on the final is above 75%. After we get your proctor affidavit, you'll receive a certificate of completion for your own records. We'll also report your credits to GREC.
Prep for the Georgia Licensing Exam
After you finish your pre-license course, you should start preparing for your official state licensing exam. Georgia doesn't set a deadline, but the exam covers material you learned in the course, so it's best to take it as soon as you feel ready.
If you opt for our Premium Package, you'll get exam prep assistance. You'll get study guides on the most important information, as well as unlimited practice tests that cover the same national and state-specific topics as the real thing.