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The Georgia Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board

Welcome to the Real Estate Commission & Appraisers Board website. Our agency's mission is to ensure professional competency among real estate licensees and appraisers and to promote a fair and honest market environment for practitioners and their customers and clients in real estate transactions in Georgia. The information and services available through this site allows us to interact efficiently with our constituents and assist in achieving our mission.

Latest News & Announcements

Georgia Real Estate Commission Proposed Rule Changes: Rule 520-2-.03 (6)  Real Estate Instructors -  Renewal of Instructor Approval and Rule 520-2-.04 (6) (c)  Real Estate Courses –Continuing Education Courses – Subject Areas

Georgia Real Estate Commission Proposed Rule Changes: Rule 520-1-.08  Managing Trust Accounts and Trust Funds and  Rule 520-1-.14 Citations.

Important Notice to all Georgia Real Estate Firms:

Our Online Services for Real Estate Firms have been upgraded. All Qualifying Brokers will need to register new login passwords for the upgraded system. Instructions for the new process may be found here:

Firm Login Instructions



The Board has adopted a rule that requires Appraisal Management Companies (“AMCs”) to pay appraisers customary and reasonable fees for appraisal services being performed for one to four family residential units for the market area being appraised. The Board has also funded a study of customary and reasonable fees paid in Georgia in 2014 for appraisal services being performed for one to four family residential units.

You can read the rule at:

You can read the study at:


On July 1, 2015: required hours of continuing education increase from 24 to 36.

On July 1, 2016: 3 of the 36 hours must be on the topic of License Law.

Click here for list of approved courses.

Georgia Real Estate License Rule Changes Video:


The Georgia Real Estate Appraisers Board adopted changes to the “Appraiser Classifications and Their Education, Examination, and Experience Requirements” Rule and the “Courses” rule. These Rules implement the Real Property Appraiser Qualification Criteria required as of January 1, 2015 as established by the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) of The Appraisal Foundation. These Rules are effective as of January 1, 2015.

You can view these Rules by clicking here:

You can view a summary of these changes by clicking here:

Appraiser Rule Changes

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