Many people find success, happiness and financial security in a rewarding real estate industry career. Successful real estate agents often share these personality traits: self-motivation, enthusiasm, ambition, competition, strong people skills, organizational skills, ability to multi-task and discipline.
The Georgia Institute of Real Estate has been providing outstanding industry education longer than any real estate school in Georgia. Several formats are available to accommodate your busy schedule and provide education that fits your lifestyle. You can choose from:
- Courses during the day
- A combination of weekday Evening & all-day Saturday courses
- Computer-based options, for people on the move or who prefer self-paced education
The first-time examinee passing rate of the GIRE students continues to be among the highest in Georgia. In 2015, 263 of 385 (68%) of the GIRE classroom Salesperson Pre-license students and 178 of 237 (75%) of the GIRE computer-based Salesperson Pre-license students passed the State exam on their first attempt! (Statewide percentage passing the first time – 61%.)
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Becoming a REALTOR®
A real estate agent is a REALTOR® when he or she becomes a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS®, The Voice for Real Estate, the world's largest professional association. The term REALTOR® is a registered collective membership mark that identifies a real estate professional who is a member of the NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS® and subscribes to its strict Code of Ethics. When you join a local REALTOR® association, you automatically become a member of that association's state association and the National Association of REALTORS®.
Use of the term REALTOR®
It is important for all the Association's members to review their current usage of the term and make sure that it is done in a proper manner and is not in violation of the trademark.
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