Code of Ethics
The Code of Ethics of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS® was first adopted on July 29, 1913. The Code was first adopted as “Rules of Conduct” to be recommended to real estate boards for voluntary adoption. Compliance with the Code was made a condition of membership in the National Association in 1924, and has remained so to date.
Georgia Real Estate Commission Requirements for Continuing Education
Real Estate licensees whose license number is above 100,000 are required to complete 24 hours of Georgia Real Estate Commission approved continuing education for renewal.
A renewal period begins four (4) years prior to the current renewal due date.
Example: Your renewal due date is June 30, 2013. Continuing education must be completed between July 1, 2009 and June 30, 2013. Continuing education completed before or after that date range is not acceptable for this renewal period.
If you are a NEW real estate licensee and this renewal is your first one since original licensure, you are required to complete a 25 hour Commission approved Postlicense course during your first year of licensure. This course will count for 6 hours of continuing education for your renewal. You must complete an additional 18 hours of continuing education during this renewal period.
For more information: Georgia Real Estate Commission
- CE Class – License Law
GA License Law and You
Date: May 3, 2019
Time: 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Chattahoochee Tech – North Metro Campus (5198 Ross Rd, Acworth, GA 30102)
Room: North Metro Hall – Building D, Room 400
Cost: Member Price: $10
Non-Member Price: $20
Sponsor(s): SWBC Mortgage
Instructor: Cheryl King, Founding Partner of Sparks|King|Watts|ReddickContinue reading →