Georgia law requires all new licensees to complete an additional set of specific education in their first year of licensure. Often referred to as the ’25 hour Post License Course,’ this name can be misleading to many who incorrectly believe this means they must take a cumulative 25 hours of Continuing Education courses in their first year.

The Post License Course is its own thing. 

Failure of a licensee to complete this course within one year from the date the license was originally issued will result in the license lapsing. A licensee with a lapsed license will be unable to work in real estate until corrective measures are taken to restore/unlapse the license!

Unlike prelicense courses where the content is basically mandated by the state, Post License is far more open ended and the state allows schools a great deal of flexibility in the sort of topics they provide to students.

At this time, we only offer and administer the Post License Course in an online format only through our partnership with The CE Shop on their LMS platform. While the course is on The CE Shop’s platform, the course is administered by us with out own unique course code issued by the GA Real Estate Commission and considered ‘our’ course. This way, you have the advantage of a well developed online curriculum created by one of the largest online course providers in the country but have access to our live instructors and administrators.

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Georgia Post-Licensing for Real Estate Salespersons

Satisfies the required 25-hour Post License requirement

Course highlights:

An analysis of the listing process, property condition disclosures, and buyer representation

An explanation of purchase agreements and contracts

Negotiation skills

Mortgage process; predatory lending

Appraisals and comparative market analyses

Ethical principle and practice

Risk mitigation

Activities and scenarios to reinforce key concepts