While many new agents have earned their GRI designation and satisfied those 90 hours of required post-license qualifying education credit, it’s not just for new agents. Experienced agents who earned their GRI later say they regret not earning it sooner.
It’s never too late or too early to earn your GRI. The topics may change, but the outcome is always positive. A GRI designation plus 90 hours of TREC-approved qualifying education credit equals a winning combination!
• GRI: Real Estate Law. Topics include concepts and descriptions, rights and estates, residential contracts, and legal considerations.
• GRI: Real Estate Marketing. Topics include seller services, buyer services, technology, and environment and green building.
• GRI: Real Estate Brokerage. Topics include professional standards, policies and procedures, brokerage and agency relationships, and business development.
To get started today, visit texasrealestate.com/gri.
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