The Georgia Association of Realtor’s scholarship foundation goal is to accumulate a total of $1,000,000.00 for the scholarship program to help real estate licensees in the State of Georgia. Only the interest from this total is available for awarding scholarships. As a member of Georgia Association of Realtors, you will enjoy business contacts, networking opportunities, educational offerings, research and legislative representation, programs, services, and an endless network of contacts.

The Georgia Association of Realtors and elected leaders are working together in advancing the real estate industry through the protection of private property rights, the continuing education of our members and acting as a facilitator of the American Dream of homeownership. The core purpose of the Georgia Association of Realtors is to promote and protects the rights and benefits of property ownership and free enterprise.

Georgia Association of Realtors Scholarship Foundation Eligibility

The Realtors scholarship foundation programme was developed to help persons in the real estate field who are seeking to get a related designation such as:

– GRI (Graduate, REALTOR® Institute)
– CPM (Certified Property Manager)
– CAE (Certified Association Executive)
– CRS (Certified Residential Specialist)
– CRB (Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager), and many other designations in real estate related fields.

Visit the Scholarship portal for a list of approved certifications/or designations. If a course is not included on this list, you may submit a completed approval form to the Professional Development Department at Once the form has been submitted, the Scholarship Foundation will determine whether that course meets requirements for scholarship eligibility.

To submit a Georgia Association of Realtor’s scholarship foundation application, click on the online application. This Realtors scholarship foundation programme is a tax-exempt foundation; therefore, applicants are encouraged regardless of any affiliation. Recipients are chosen on a nondiscriminatory basis without preference for employment or affiliation with any real estate firm, broker, or membership in a professional organization.

How to apply: The scholarship application is designed to be separated so that the Trustees are unaware of the applicant’s name, firm, or affiliation. Click the general information for more details on requirements, limitations, and available funds. Interested and qualified candidates should visit the application website for more detailed information.