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Types of Real Estate Licenses

Georgia licenses individuals in the following categories. For more detailed information regarding requirements for each type of license, click on the appropriate link:

Salesperson - if acting on behalf of a broker, a salesperson may perform any real estate brokerage act that requires a real estate license in Georgia. In order to be active in real estate brokerage, a salesperson must be affiliated with a sole proprietorship, a corporation, a partnership, or a limited liability company that is also licensed as a broker.

Associate Broker - if acting on behalf of a broker, an associate broker may perform any real estate brokerage act that requires a real estate license in Georgia. In order to be active in real estate brokerage, an associate broker must be affiliated with a sole proprietorship, a corporation, a partnership, or a limited liability company that is also licensed as a broker.

Broker - a broker may perform any real estate brokerage act that requires a real estate license in Georgia. Both individuals and firms may be licensed as brokers. In order to be active in real estate brokerage, an individual licensed as a broker must be affiliated with a sole proprietorship, a corporation, a partnership, or a limited liability company that is also licensed as a broker.

Community Association Manager - if acting on behalf of a broker, a community association manager may only manage one or more community associations. Community associations include such organizations as condominium associations and homeowner associations. In order to be active in community association management, a community association manager must be affiliated with a sole proprietorship, a corporation, a partnership, or a limited liability company that is also licensed as a broker.