REALTOR Institute GRI

NEWLY REVISED. Developed for members of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and offered through State REALTOR® Associations, the REALTOR® Institute program recognizes those who achieve the designation - Graduate, REALTOR Institute (GRI),  as those real estate professionals who have made a commitment to providing a superior level of professional services to better serve and protect their clients. 
      

Why earn the designation?  New technology, laws, procedures and the increasing sophistication of buyers and sellers require real estate practitioners to perform with a higher level of professionalism than ever.  The newly revised coursework
required to earn the GRI designation will give you the tools and knowledge you need to provide your clients superior services.  In addition, in a recent NAR Member Survey, those with a designation earned an average of 45% more that those without any designation.

Read about the many BENEFITS.

So why wait?  Beat the competition now.  Become a GRI Designee today by investing in your future through knowledge, networking and national recognition - it pays to be a GRI!

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GRI OVERVIEW:
The REALTOR® Institute (also known as the GRI Program) provides sound fundamental training in the critical skills and knowledge areas of the real estate business. Read more

GRI TOPICS & STATEWIDE SCHEDULE:
You can find each GRI series offered year round throughout the state. Click here to read about the module topics and this year’s schedule. Read more

CHALLENGE EXAM: Fast track the completion of your GRI designation or work towards certification at your leisure. Read more

CONTINUING EDUCATION (CE) WITH YOUR GRI DESIGNATION: Different modules offer different categories of CE credit. Read more

REGISTER FOR MAR COURSES AND/OR DOWNLOAD FAX APPLICATION: Review the payment and attendance requirements and register for your next GRI class! Course schedule or Fax Application or Policies.  

PURSUING A BROKER/ASSOCIATE BROKER LICENSE: Series 300 & 400 are available consisting of an additional 48 hours. Read more