Have you already earned your GRI designation? Are you ready to take the next step?
The Master GRI designation—offered in several states with the blessing of NAR—can solidify your standing as one of the best in our field.
What Does It Take to Earn Master GRI Status?
- Have obtained a GRI Designation
- Take an additional 30 hours of eligible courses
- Pay a $35 application fee upon submitting the form
Any 400-Level GRI courses (not previously taken) and/or CE Education Sessions at Tennessee REALTORS® Tennessee Excel Summit (TNEx) or Annual Convention.
This one-day course will focus on the most troubling ethical challenges and concerns that arise in everyday practice, both in the Code of Ethics, and the broader issue of professionalism in practice. In particular, the course will address the effective resolution of conflicts when they arise, and other topics such as confidentiality, inter-agent communication, procuring cause, mediation, and arbitration.
This one-day course will cover common legal pitfalls of all types that are encountered in real estate practice, the most frequent causes of lawsuits, the often misunderstood aspects of agency law, compensation issues in the light of federal and state laws, several Real Estate Commission rules and regulations, and other legal and risk reduction topics – including the penalties for violations of various state and federal laws.
This one-day course will equip students with the skills they need to serve buyers more productively and effectively in today’s market, such as: working with new buyers, counseling them effectively, handling and negotiating offers to purchase, helping buyers secure financing, and getting them through the home inspection, repairs, and settlement procedures.
This one-day course will equip students with the skills they need to serve sellers more productively and effectively in a more challenging environment: your listing/marketing presentation: researching, pricing, and marketing the seller’s property more successfully; communicating with them through the listing period; negotiating on their behalf; and getting them through the home inspection, repairs, and closing.
This one-day course will cover the ins and outs of Tennessee REALTORS® standard forms (in their current version) …the forms that are most often needed and used in residential transactions, as well as the most frequent forms – related pitfalls that REALTORS® encounter using them. The goal here is mastery of – and comfort with – the paperwork, as well as sufficient knowledge to explain various forms to customers and clients.
This one-day course will cover business development and networking strategies, with a special focus for most of the course on the smarter practices, communications, and business tools, Internet sites and services and technologies that can enhance participants’ professional products and services.
This course is designed to equip you with the skills and resources you’ll need to assist workforce and lower-income buyers in achieving the dram of homeownership.
This course is an introductory overview of property management principles covering the basics of property management, benefits to consumer and clients, and more.