You must attend all 4 days of this module to receive credit for both GRI and CE credits.
GRI 201: August 13,14
GRI 202: August 17,18
Topics covered in GRI II are:
• Technology Tools & Resources
• Sales & Marketing
• Personal Promotion
BE YOUR CLIENT'S FIRST PICK…and stand out from the crowd by earning your GRI Designation. Move your professionalism to the next level! The GRI Designation is a powerful tool to attract and build new business. You'll increase your skill level across the entire landscape of real estate with in-depth training in legal and regulatory issues, technology, professional standards, and the sales process.
Are you a broker licensee in the past 2 years who still needs to take your 60-hour post licensing course?
The GRI II (30 hours for 4 days) along with the GRI III (30 hours for 4 days) satisfies that requirement!
All others will receive 22 hours of CE credit upon completion of the 4-day GRI II course.
Earning the GRI designation requires completion of all of the GRI 100, 200 and 300 series within 5 years. Classes can be taken in any order. Click here to find out more about earning the prestigious GRI Designation.
Earning a GRI can make a difference in your business and potentially boost your income.
REALTORS® with a Designation:
• Earned a median income of $50,000 while those without the designation earned a median income of $28,900. (Source: 2012 NAR Member Profile)
• Reported that they were better able to serve and protect their increasingly sophisticated clients because of their understanding of new technology, laws, and procedures.
The GRI II is one of the required courses you have to take to receive your Graduate Realtor® Institute Designation. Click here to find out more about the GRI Designation and any additional requirements to earn this prestigious Designation. NOTE: GRI I, II, and III can be taken in any order.
Instructor, Deb Diesing
REGISTRATION: REGISTRATION DEADLINE (201) 9 AM AUGUST 12TH
GRI 200 Series (4 day module): ($129)
GRI 201 ONLY: ($60)
The GRI 200 Series will be offered virtually through Zoom Webinar. All class materials will be sent in PDF format via secure Dropbox link that will be "turned off" at the start time of the exam.
The class begins promptly at 8:00 am and will end at 5:00 pm on day one. On day two we will begin at 8:00 am and the class will end at 4:00 pm with an exam immediately to follow. All attendees must successfully complete an online exam on the last day of each two-day session (August 14th & 18th) to receive credit. The exam will be completed online through Van Education.
FREC requires a licensee to attend 90% of each of the classroom hours. Physical attendance is required for the duration of the class.
Please allow adequate time to log in and troubleshoot any technical issues. This policy is strictly enforced.