How do I get my Georgia Real Estate Salespersons License?

In order to obtain your Georgia real estate salesperson license, you will have to complete the following 3 steps:

Step #1:
Complete the 75-hour Georgia pre-license course.

  • The course must be approved by the Georgia Real Estate Commission.
  • The course can be taken online or in-person.
  • At the end of the course is a proctored final exam. The final exam consists of at least 100 questions.
  • After you pass the final exam, you will earn your Certificate of Completion for the course.
  • The school will notify the Georgia Real Estate Commission that you have completed the course, which will allow you to schedule your State exam.
Step #2:
Schedule and pass the State exam.
  • You can apply to take the State real estate salespersons exam online using the REAL computer application system at
  • You will schedule your exam date, time, and location, and pay the required exam fee.
  • The State exam must be taken at one of the four PSI testing centers in Marietta, Liburn, Macon, or Savannah.
  • The State exam consists of 152 total questions, and includes a National portion and a State portion (also known as the Georgia Salesperson Supplement portion).
  • Qualified Veterans may be allowed to receive preference points for the exam.
  • You will receive your exam results at the PSI testing center, right after completing the exam.
Step #3:
Apply For Your License
  • You can apply for your license at the PSI testing center.
  • After passing the State exam, you will receive a Certificate of Accuracy Statement, which will be used when you apply for your license.
  • You have the option to apply for an active or inactive license, depending on if you have a sponsoring broker.
  • If you apply for a active license, you must submit the following 5 documents:
    - A valid ID along with a Certificate of Accuracy Statement.
    - A completed Sponsoring Broker Statement Form.
    - A non-refundable license fee of $170.
    - A criminal history report or Georgia Crime Information Report.
    - A signed and notarized Lawful Presence Affidavit.

Once your documents are reviewed and approved you will receive your Georgia Real Estate Salespersons license!