Graduate Realtor® Institute 100 Series GRI 101
February 13th - 14th
8:00 AM 5:00 PM
Registration Link: Graduate Realtor® Institute 100 Series GRI 101 - Event Registration (growthzoneapp.com)
101 Professionalism and the Law: Professional Standards; Fair Housing & Diversity; and Law
In GRI 101, Realtors® will learn just what sets them apart from real estate licensees. Professional Standards will guide you through the National Association of REALTORS® Code of Ethics, and the expectations and requirements of the Florida Real Estate Commission (FREC). The Law portion will expand on the real estate law learned in the basic sales associate’s course to help participants identify and understand legal issues that arise. Learning how to take a proactive role in preventing fair housing violations will reduce a licensee’s exposure to liability... and that’s what Fair Housing and Diversity will provide. Awareness of federal fair housing laws and sensitivity to consumer diversity is vital to business success, reputation and growth.
To see the schedule for the GRI 100 Series, please click register. The deadline to register for the GRI 100 Series & GRI 101 is February 11, 2024.
Instructor: Deborah Diesing moved from Wisconsin to Florida in 1982 to join her father in the family’s real estate business in St. Petersburg. She later took the reins as the Broker and President of the Arbor Realty Group, Inc. She is now licensed as a Florida Real Estate Instructor and a member of Florida Realtors® Graduate Realtor® Institute (GRI) faculty, as well as a Senior Faculty member of Trans-Equity, Inc. and the Bob Hogue School of Real Estate. She has reached over 3,500 students to date with consistently positive evaluations.
Deb instructs new and experienced Realtors in the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Code of Ethics programs throughout the state of Florida, and teaches the pre-licensing, post-licensing, as well as continuing education courses for real estate in Florida. She is also adept at Course Writing and has written classes approved for continuing education credits in Florida and real estate licensure in South Carolina.
Florida Realtor® magazine recognized Deb for her use of technology in the real estate business. She teaches other Realtors these skills and her classes have been contracted throughout the southeastern U.S for over 9 years.
Active in the Realtor Association, Deb is a past-president of the St. Petersburg Suncoast Association and was a Director of Florida Realtors®. She is a member of the Professional Development committee of Florida Realtors®. Deb has also served the Pinellas REALTORS® Organization’s Multiple Listing Task Force and Professional Standards Committee.
Florida licensees will earn 15 hours Sales Post Licensing credit, or 14 Hours of Continuing Education Credit upon successful course completion.