GRI 202: Building a Foundation
Join MAR as the offer GRI 202: Building a Foundation
To complete this course you must attend both days.
*THIS CLASS IN VIRTUAL*
Peter West: June 7 & 8, 9:00 AM – 1:15 PM
Andy Consoli: June 14, 9:00 AM – 1:15 PM
Gary Bourque: June 15, 9:00 AM – 1:15 PM
12 CE Credits will be issued: RE46R05: Residential New Construction, RE16RC13: Zoning & Building Codes, RE59R09: Smart Growth /Smart Energy, RE14R07: Architecture, RE12R07: Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Timeshares, RE26R20: The Residential Appraisal Process
In this course students will learn to:
- Distinguish different architecture
- Understand the appraisal process
Differentiate types of condos/co-ops/timeshares
Understand zoning and building codes
Familiarize clients with smart growth and green awareness
With social media, online reviews, real estate websites, and technology, it has become increasingly difficult to differentiate yourself as a Realtor®. In today’s competitive market, clients want a savvy agent; so how do you show your expertise?
The Graduate Realtor® Institute designation (or “GRI”) has a lot of value to offer you and can certainly be the answer to showing clients how you stand out in the crowd. Not only does it prove your motivation as a Realtor®, but it also showcases the in-depth knowledge you’ve gained and your deep understanding of the real estate business.
Besides having a higher understanding of your practice, studies have shown that agents with a GRI designation generally earn a higher income. After earning your GRI, you also receive a certificate and a plethora of marketing materials to help you promote your new designation.
This class does not meet Massachusetts Continuing Education requirements.