FAQ: Can I get a Georgia real estate license if I don't work for broker?
Yes, you can still obtain an inactive real estate license. However, you cannot engage in any real estate related activities with an inactive license.
You can renew an inactive license every four years by simply paying the renewal fee. Inactive licensees are not required to complete the 36 hours of continuing education credits.
If you wish to sell or lease properties in the State or Georgia, you must obtain an active real estate license, which requires that you work under a sponsoring broker.
You must submit the Real Estate Change Application and take the required continuing education courses to switch your license from inactive to active.