GRI: 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 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