STUDENT NOTICE FOR SALESPERSON & BROKERS PRELICENSE AND POST LICENSE COURSES
SCHOOL INFORMATION: Robert Binion Real Estate Education is an approved real estate school by the Georgia Real Estate Commission for the purpose of offering salesperson and brokers prelicense, post license and continuing education courses. Our approved school code is 8038 and our renewal date is 12-31-2026. The schools contact information is below:
Robert Binion Real Estate Education
P.O. BOX 394
Milledgeville, GA. 31059-0394
Robert C. Binion, School Director
ATTENDANCE: STUDENTS MUST BE ON TIME AND REMAIN IN CLASS FOR THE DURATION OF EACH CLASS SESSION TO RECEIVE CREDIT. For attendance credit, each student will need to sign the “Sign In Roster” before each class session. Failure of a student to sign in shall result in an absence for that class session. A student that is fifteen minutes late to a class session shall be considered absent and need to make up that class session. A student may only be absent for two, 3 hour class sessions and still be eligible to take the course final examination. Students will be given a 15 minute break for every two hours of instruction time.
MAKE UP POLICY: A student that has an absence is required to make up that absence. At the beginning of each course, the instructor will announce the scheduled make up sessions. The make up sessions will be scheduled within two weeks prior to the final exam. A make up session will consist of three hours of instructions time. The make up session fee is $35 and must be paid prior to the student taking the make up session.
SCHOOL ENTRANCE QUALIFICATIONS & CREDIT HOURS FOR IN-CLASS COURSES:
Salesperson Prelicense: Students must be at least 18 years of age, a resident of the state of Georgia unless seeking a non-resident license, be a high school graduate or the holder of a certification of equivalency. This course meets all of the Georgia Real Estate Commissions 75 hour salesperson prelicense requirements to sit for the state examination upon successful completion of course final examination.
Brokers Prelicense: Students must be at least 21 years of age, a resident of the state of Georgia unless seeking a non-resident license, be a high school graduate or the holder of a certification of equivalency. This course meets all of the Georgia Real Estate Commissions 60 hour brokers prelicense requirements to sit for the state examination upon successful completion of course final examination.
Postlicense Course: This course meets all of the Georgia Real Estate Commissions 25 hour postlicense requirements upon successful completion of course final examination. Students will receive 9 credit hours of Continuing Education Credits towards their renewal upon completion.
HOMEWORK AND GRADING POLICY: In order to be eligible to take the final examination, students must complete all assigned homework, in-class quizzes, graded completed contract forms, mid-term examinations, class reports or other educational activities and maintain an average grade of 75% or higher on all assignments. Students must make a grade of 75% or higher to pass a final examination and be registered for any state examinations. Students that do not pass the first examination with a 75% or higher will be allowed to retake the examination a second time on a date set by the instructor. Students will be administered a different exam. All final examinations must be completed within ten days after original final examination was administered. If a student does not pass the second examination with a 75% or higher, they will need to retake the prelicense or postlicense course. All tuition fees will apply if a student needs to retake a course.
In compliance with GREC Rule 520-2-.04 (6)(a)(10), each graded homework assignment must include a statement signed by the student that the student has personally completed the assignment. The statement will include: “I certify that I have personally completed this assignment. Date______ Student Signature_______”. The instructor or school director shall refuse to grade any out of class assignment that the student does not sign this statement.
PROHIBITION OF RECRUITING: No recruiting for employment opportunities for any real estate brokerage firms is allowed in this class or on school premises during a class or an hour immediately before or after class has been in session. Report any effort to recruit on behalf of a brokerage firm by anyone, including fellow students, to Robert Binion Real Estate Education School Director at 478-454-4170 or email@example.com You may also report violations of recruiting rule 520-2-.02(10) directly to the Georgia Real Estate Commission.
TUTION COST, REFUNDS & TRANSFERS: Once a student has registered and paid for a course, NO REFUNDS WILL BE ALLOWED. However, if a student needs to change their start date and transfer to a class beginning on a different date, they may do so as long as the original class they registered for or the class they are wanting to transfer to, has not begun. The fee to transfer course tuition is $75. The transfer must be to a class that will be completed within one year of the original enrollment date. After that year, a new tuition fee is required.
In-Class Course Tuition Fees:
- Salesperson Prelicense (Includes Books & Testing Materials) $650.
- Brokers Prelicense (Includes Books & Testing Materials) $475
- Postlicense (Includes Books & Testing Materials) $225
APPLIED MEASUREMENT PROFESSIONALS (AMP) GEORGIA HANDBOOK: You will receive a copy of the PSI/AMP Georgia Handbook during your first night of class. You will need to complete the State Examination and License Application in the PSI/AMP Handbook and turn into your instructor the first night of class. Upon successful completion of any prelicense course examination, your certification information will be sent electronically to the Georgia Real Estate Commission or its vendor PSI/AMP. Please allow PSI/AMP 48 hours to process your application. After that time, you can visit www.goAMP.com to schedule your state examination. For cost or other questions regarding the state examination, including state practice examinations, please refer to the PSI/AMP Candidate Handbook or the PSI/AMP website.
SCHOOL RECORDS: All school records shall be kept on file at the schools location at 3015 Heritage Rd. STE 6, Milledgeville, GA. 31061. All school records will be kept on file for five years from date of course completion. Information that will be kept on file shall include: examinations and corresponding answer keys, all texts and instructional material used in approved courses, individual student information sheets, student receipt of payment, student attendance records, instructor evaluations, graded written exercises, homework certification statements and student real estate license numbers if applicable.
STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH ADA AND NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY: Robert Binion Real Estate Education will comply with all relevant provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act. We invite any student with a special need to contact our staff to ensure an enriching educational experience. The school will not discriminate in its fees, enrollment, or completion policies based on race, color, sex, religion, national origin, familial status or handicap. Robert Binion Real Estate Education is actively committed to creating and fostering an environment of diversity throughout their classes.
RETURNED CHECKS: Any student who has a returned check due to insufficient funds will be charged a $50 service charge.
COURSE CHANGES: Course begin dates, locations, policies and prices are subject to change without notice. Please contact the School Director for the most current information.
PRELIMINARY DECISIONS FOR PERSONS WITH CRIMINAL CONVICTIONS OR SANCTIONS: The Real Estate Commission by law, has the authority to deny a license to any otherwise qualified candidate who has a prior criminal conviction or disciplinary sanction issued by an occupational licensing body. In order to prevent prospective licensees with convictions or sanctions from needlessly investing time and money in meeting the qualifications for licensure, the GREC has created a Preliminary Decision process. This procedure allows a prospective Licensee to apply for a Preliminary Decision and ask the Commission to advise them on whether the Commission would ultimately grant a license to a prospect based on their record. The Preliminary Decision is not binding to the GREC. For more information please visit the Georgia Real Estate Commission’s website at www.grec.state.ga.us
MISCELLANEOUS: CELL PHONES AND TABLETS ARE DISTRACTING AND NOT ALLOWED WHILE CLASS IS IN SESSION. Visitors and pets (unless assisting with a disability) are not allowed in class with students. Students may not record any portion of the course by means of any video or audible devices.