GRI 200 Series - Essential Real Estate Techniques
**You do not need to complete GRI 100 Series as a pre-requisite for the GRI 200 or 300 series, each series stands alone. All three series must be completed within 5 years in order to obtain and use the GRI Designation.**
Enhance your skills with the "sales from the ground up" approach. Tax tips, tax implications of real estate transactions and personal marketing will set you apart in today's rapidly changing marketplace. You'll hear from the experts how to market your listings and your expertise in the marketplace - how to set yourself apart from the competition and to plan for your growth both professionally and personally.
GRI 202 - Technology and Investments course contents:
- Tech Tools and Resources
Breakfast and lunch will be provided by our Affiliate Sponsors.
**Note: GRI 201 & 202 are each a 15-hour course with a 1-hour (closed book) Exam, and approved by FREC for 15 hours of Broker post licensing credit. Completion of both modules yield 30 hours of Broker post license credit or 8 hours of continuing education specialty credit. (Agent still responsible to obtain 3CE of Core Law.)
NOTE: Once all 7 GRI Modules are successfully completed, you must complete the GRI Petition to Graduate form and send to Florida Realtors (with $25 fee) for final processing and approval.
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