GRI 202: Building a Foundation

Join MAR as the offer GRI 202: Building a Foundation

To complete this course you must attend both days.



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.