Teaching enriches your life and your profession. Through education facilitation, you will hone your skills, meet prospective referral partners, and
possibly earn some money while doing it.
To become an instructor, approved to teach Continuing Education (CE) classes, the Georgia Real Estate Commission (GREC) requires several things:
instructors create and submit a class approval form through a GREC approved school. Once approved, instructors work as independent contractors for the
school, the same as real estate agents are independent contractors to their brokers. Schools charge instructors to report their students' credit hours to
GREC, but few schools give anything in return-- except report the hours.
GREA also charges the instructor to report hours, but is different in a major way: The School will help instructors develop classes, prospect for and book
classes, enroll students and collect tuitions. While the real estate licensee is the primary consumer of our services, there are other industries that are
attracted to our classes, like investors, home stagers, CPAs, appraisers, attorneys, etc...
If you are interested in learning more, please contact us.
Georgia Real Estate Academy
5041 Dallas Highway Suite 700