Georgia Real Estate Exam – 2021🏠 (60 Questions with Explained Answers)

►Pass Your Georgia Real Estate Exam on Your First Try:

In order to conduct real estate activities in Georgia, you must have a Georgia Real Estate Broker license.

The Georgia Real Estate Salesperson Exam is split into two parts. The first part is the real estate salesperson national exam. The second part is the real estate salesperson state-specific exam. The national portion of the Georgia Real Estate salesperson exam is comprised of 100 questions. In order to pass the test, an examinee must answer 75 out of the 100 questions correctly (75% correct).

The state-specific part of the Georgia Real Estate Salesperson Exam is comprised of 52 questions. An examinee must answer 39 questions correctly to pass (75% correct).

The time limit allowed for both the national and state-specific part of the Georgia Real Estate Salesperson Exam is 4 hours. To just take the national portion, the time limit is 2.5 hours. To just take the Georgia-specific portion, the time limit is 2 hours.

In Georgia, if you pass one part of the Real Estate Salesperson Exam, you are permitted to take and pass the subsequent part at a later date, as long as both are passed within 12 months.

The Georgia Real Estate Salesperson Examinations are taken on a computer. You will receive your results immediately after finishing. The test is closed book. Remember to bring a simple functioning non-programmable calculator because 10% of the exam may require some type of calculation.

The registration fee to take the Georgia Real Estate Salesperson Exam is $97.

This Georgia Real Estate Exam 2021 will cover many of the following topics such as:
The real estate business
License Law and Qualifications for Licensure
Real Estate License Law and Commission Rules
Authorized Relationships, Duties, and Disclosures
Real Estate Brokerage Activities and Procedures
Violations of License Law, Penalties, and Procedures
Federal and State Laws Pertaining to Real Estate
Property Rights: Estates, Tenancies; Condominiums, Cooperatives, Community Development Districts, Homeowner Associations, and Time-Sharing
Titles, Deeds, and Ownership Restrictions
Legal Descriptions
Real Estate Contracts
Residential Mortgages
Real Estate Related Computations and Closing of Transactions
Real Estate Markets and Analysis
Real Estate Appraisal
Real Estate Investments and Business Opportunity Brokerage
Taxes Affecting Real Estate
Planning and Zoning
Brokers exam contents:
Real Estate Brokerage Business
Valuing Real Property
Listing and Selling Real Property
Closing Transactions
Federal Income Tax Laws
Zoning and Planning
Environmental Issues
Property Management
The Real Estate Market

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