Get your Georgia Real Estate License through Reciprocity
If you have a real estate license in any U.S. state that is in good standing, except for Florida, you can get a reciprocal real estate license in the state of Georgia without having to take a test. All you have to do is fill out their application, pay a small fee, and affiliate yourself with a licensed Georgia brokerage. Below are the steps to get your Georgia real estate license through reciprocity.
*Florida licenses would need to pass a supplemental exam, contact GREC (Georgia Real Estate Commission) at 404-656-3916 for the details on this.
Step 1: Go to the the Georgia Real Estate Commission's website here, scroll down to the bottom of the page under "reciprocity". Or, you can also print out their application here. Call the Georgia Real Estate Commission at 404-656-3916 directly with any questions, let them know you have a real estate license in another state, and you want a Georgia real estate license through reciprocity.
Step 2: The Georgia Real Estate Commission requires a Georgia real estate company to sponsor you in order to get your license. We can sponsor your Georgia license as long as you fill out our application and pay our annual admin fee of $100, you can get all the details here.
Step 3: Once the Georgia Real Estate Commission issues you your license, you will then have a real estate license in the state of Georgia, active under Park Place Realty Network. You can stay active with us, or move it over to another brokerage at anytime.
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Park Place Realty Network is a license holding company and activates the majority of new Georgia real estate licensees through reciprocity as the sponsoring brokerage.