Have you ever wanted to know: what does it take to get a real estate license in the State of Georgia or Alabama? If you’ve asked yourself this question but you’re not sure where to go to find out more information, we’re ready to help you!
At Keller Williams, we host monthly career night events that will help you decide if you want a job in real estate.
We’ll cover our most common questions:
How do I get a real estate license?
How much does it cost to get a real estate license?
How do I get started in real estate?
How long until I start making money in real estate?
Do I have to come to the office in real estate?
Do I have to work full time in real estate?
To get a Georgia Real Estate license, you must take a 75-hour pre-license course through an accredited school and then pass your school exam before you can take the state licensing test.
To get an Alabama Real Estate License, you must take a 60-hour pre-license course an accredited school and then pass your school exam before you can take the state licensing test.
The cost of real estate schools vary. Stop by our Keller Williams Career Night Event for a list of schools and prices as well as possible coupons or discount codes for online real estate schools.
To get your real estate license a $170 licensing fee must be paid after taking your state exam.
You will quickly discover that the Real Estate class and exam -though very important- do not prepare you for the types of activities you will need to do in order to be a successful real estate agent.
At Keller Williams Realty River Cities, we offer extensive training opportunities to put you on the right path to helping your clients with their real estate needs.
Additionally, you will be paired with a productivity coach in your first year of licensing to help you make those first sales faster!
Keller Williams Realty River Cities now has an exclusive partnership with OutFront Education to offer their online real estate classes on our website. Click the button below to find out more about Real Estate Prelicense Courses in Georgia and other states.