Graduate, REALTOR® Institute

Succeeding in today's competitive environment takes more than just motivation. The GRI designation gives you a competitive edge as a REALTOR® well-versed in all fundamentals of real estate. This highly coveted designation shows your commitment to excellence, professionalism and exceptional customer service.

New for 2023 - Pave your path to success one hour at a time!

The Graduate, REALTOR Institute (GRI) designation helps you stand out in the crowd as a REALTOR who is well-versed in all fundamentals of real estate. The highly coveted designation shows your commitment to excellence, professionalism, and exceptional customer service.

GRI curriculum is the most comprehensive real estate training available, providing a broader scope of depth and training. Each state establishes its own curriculum based on NAR requirements, providing students with the most relevant content available.

To earn the GRI in Wisconsin, you must complete a combined total of 60 hours of On Demand and live/virtual course training. Students have five years to complete the coursework but, most students complete it in less time.

More class options will be available in 2023 to help shorten completion of the GRI program, increase your knowledge about this constantly evolving industry and grow your business acumen. Course options will be plentiful, in the form of one hour virtual and on demand mini courses and an expanded list of designation/certification classes. The flexibility in options will set you on a quick path to completing this prestigious designation.

Topics covered in GRI include:

Market Knowledge
  • Property Types and Value
  • Financing options and Home Buying Programs
  • Inspections & Appraisal Valuations
  • Diversity and Fair Housing
Business Skills
  • Buyer Services
  • Seller Services
  • Negotiations
  • Safety
  • Systems and Tools
Risk Management
  • Avoiding setbacks, fines, and lawsuits
  • Environmental Issues
  • Agency Relationships
  • Advertising

Courses will be released during Q1 2023.

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