As the industry continues to evolve and change, you need more than just motivation and initiative to succeed. You need a solid foundation, as well as in-depth training in legal and regulatory issues, technology, professional standards and the sales process. Earning the GRI Designation will help you stand out in the crowd.
GRI 301: It’s More than just Sales
October 12 & October 13 • 8:30AM – 6:00PM
- Demonstrate professional communication and business management skills used as a property manager
- Define the duties and obligations of a property manager for owners and tenants
- Classify six types of value
- Explain the rules of code section 1031 to their clients and customers
- Use exchanges as a tool to increase business volume.
GRI 302: Think outside the box
October 19 & October 20 • 8:30AM – 6:00PM
- Define steps to be taken when creating a brokerage
- Identify financial concerns associated with brokerage management
- Apply the regulations and taxes adhered to by foreign parties in a real estate transaction.
- Demonstrate an ability to identify and discuss the basic structural components of a house.
- Predict land use demand and the highest and best use of land.
- Evaluate urban land locations for potential use and growth patterns.
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* Note: Essential Real Estate Techniques 301 and 302 are 15-hour courses with 1.5 hour exams approved for 11 hours of CE Specialty Credit OR 15 hours of Broker Post-Licensing Credit per module.