Pricing Property Properly (GRI Core Course)
8 CE (Education)
The goal of this course is to familiarize you with the procedures a licensed appraiser uses to estimate the value of a residential property and the procedures a salesperson uses to develop a comparative market analysis.
Upon completion of this activity, you will be able to do the following:
- Describe how and where an appraiser fits into the process of a residential real estate sales transaction
- List the components of a working relationship among lenders, appraisers, and sales agents
- List information that agents should share with appraisers
- Describe ethics, competence, and confidentiality relative to an appraiser’s work
- Describe the appraisal licensure/certification requirements in your state
Complete the GRI Mandatory Core Courses at GAAR September 15th-19th 2018!
All 5 Mandatory GRI Core Courses will be offered at GAAR over the course of 5 days, September 15th-19th from 8:00am-5:00pm. Check our calendar at www.gaar.com/education for more details. Register for classes through your member portal or by calling the Membership Team at 842-1433 option 4.
Why have the GRI Designation?
Earning the Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation is a way to stand out to prospective home buyers and sellers as a REALTOR® who has gained in-depth market knowledge, increased proficiency in a broad array of subjects to enhance professionalism and business success.
What do you gain?
- Higher earnings: the median income of GRI designees in 2012 was $61,000, compared to the median income of non-designees of $33,500
- Be better able to serve and protect your increasingly sophisticated clients though understanding of new technology, laws, and procedures
- Use of GRI logos
- Marketing materials
- Customizable flyer
- Banner ad
- GRI referral form
- Network with other GRI designees