GRI: Crunching the Numbers (GRI Core Course)
8 CE (Education)
Attendees are introduced to the HP10B from the beginning from turning on/off and programing for compounding periods and ability to determine mortgage payments, unpaid principal balances, amortization, discounting, appreciation and much more.
The pace of instruction is based on attendees learning needs and no one is left behind. Attention if paid to understanding the Annual Property Operating Data form and class problems build on this foundational knowledge. Attendees will learn how to determine annual yield for even and uneven cash flows. Attendees must have access to a HP10B for instruction purposes.
Attendees will experience a genuine introduction to the material with expectation of achieving some practical skills useful in everyday real estate practice. Attendees will use APODs for seller, listing and buyer brokerage. Attendees must have access to an HP10B and pass a test administered the final hour.
Complete the GRI Mandatory Core Courses at GAAR this year!
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
GRI referral form
Network with other GRI designees