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

Eligible Courses

Any 400-level GRI courses (not previously taken) and/or CE Education Sessions at Tennessee REALTORS® Spring Conference or Fall Convention

One-day (6 hour) Courses

This one-day course covers the Code of Ethics and the broader issue of professionalism in practice.

This one-day course covers common legal pitfalls of all types that are encountered in real estate practice.

This one-day course covers the full range of activities involved in serving buyers more productively and effectively.

This one-day course covers the full range of activities involved in serving sellers more productively and effectively.

This one-day course covers the most-used TAR standard forms (in their current versions).

This one-day course covers business development and networking strategies, with a special focus on the practices, communications, business tools and technologies that can improve your professional life.

Elective Courses

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 dream of homeownership.

This course is an introductory overview to property management principles covering the basics of property management, benefits to consumers and clients, and more.

Master GRI Application

  • Eligible Courses Completed:

  • Once your application has been submitted, you will receive a response from TAR's Education Department within 72 hours. At that time your application information will be verified and any related fees will be collected.
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