GRI SERIES 400 is for educational hours toward Broker/Associate Broker licensing.
Covers the basic handling differences between residential and commercial property. What is involved in listing and selling commercial property and what to look for in a property. Students are required to bring with them and have a working knowledge of a financial calculator. Calculator must have Present Value, Number, Interest, Payment, Future Value functions. Recommended calculators are HP12C and HP10BII.
Course #1005-1604, 6 hours, Category "F"
Covers the concepts of people management, business risk, financial and future growth management. What to look for and how to overcome various situations will be discussed.
No CE credit.
Covers tax considerations in dealing with property exchanges, what to look for in those exchanges and the expertise needed. How to deal with distressed properties, the laws, regulations and entities involved in properly serving clients and customers in the transaction.
Course #1006-1604 3 hours, Category "F"
Course #1007-1604, 3 hours, Category "F"
Provides an overview of the governing license law. Recent changes and issues will be highlighted. When becoming a Broker certain supervision is expected. Learn what rules the law has put into place regarding broker supervision and the consequences of non-compliance. Meets MDREC mandated supervision requirement every 2 years for brokers, branch office managers and team leaders.
Course #1008-1604, 3 hours, Category "F"
Course #1009-1604, 3 hours, Category "I"
The 300 series will be offered in the spring of 2024 instructors and dates are still being finalized.
The 400 series will be offered in the spring of 2024 instructors and dates are still being finalized.