In today’s competitive business environment, it often takes more than just motivation and initiative to succeed
Earning the Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation is a way to stand out to prospective homebuyers and sellers as a REALTOR® who has gained in-depth knowledge on technical subjects as well as the fundamentals of real estate.
Many aspects of the GRI contribute to the success of its students. You learn from industry experts from around the country, you grow your referral network with like-minded professionals, and you gain the latest tools and practices. REALTORS® with a professional designation earn a median income of 74% more than those without, according to a recent NAR member survey.
Consider the following reasons why now is the time to earn your GRI designation:
Two for the price of one! GRI classes also count as continuing education credit, so you double the impact of every dollar and minute you spend. Some courses even count toward other NAR designations, too!
No annual fees! While many professional REALTOR® designations require annual dues, the GRI does not.
Scholarships! Did you know OAR Designation Scholarships were available? After your first course, go to the Scholarship Application Page to download the form.
Stand out from the crowd! Show consumers your expertise. Prospective clients are looking for anything that will show you are a better choice than the next person selling real estate.
Have a great time! GRI is great fun, and students appreciate the strong bonds they form with other REALTORS®, saying that it “feels like family.” They enjoy the very tangible benefit of an invaluable statewide referral network.
* GRI students who started their provisional period/post-license education through the Oklahoma REALTOR® Institute prior to Nov. 1, 2015 will still be subject to the original rule: any four GRI modules satisfy the OREC post-license education requirement.
2018 GRI 102Learn More
$218 ($195 Early Bird through Feb 22)
Real Estate Investment and Taxation for the Real Estate Agent — Chris Bird (6 Elective CE: TAX)
Financing Techniques — Pat Vann (4 Elective CE: FIN)
Intro to Commercial (or similar) — Nate Johnson (3 or 4 Elective CE: PMG)
2018 GRI 201Learn More
$218 ($195 Early Bird through Apr 11)
Day One – Diane Disbrow:
NAR Code of Ethics Training (3 Core CE: PSC)
Minimize Your Risk (2 Elective CE: RIS)
Professional Standards Class (3 Core CE: PSC)
Day Two – Joyce Painter:
23 Ways to Lose Your License (2 Core CE: CAR)
Laws of Advertising (2 Core CE: CAR)
Uniform Purchase Contract & Related Addenda (4 Core CE: CON)
2018 GRI 202Learn More
$218 ($195 Early Bird through May 30)
Title Insurance – Charis Ward
Environmental Issues & Red Flags – John Knox (3 Elective CE: ENV)
Real Estate Inspections – John Knox (3 Elective CE: INS)
Broker Relationships Act – Joyce Painter (3 Core CE: BRA)
Brokerage Management & Law – Joyce Painter (3 Elective CE: BRM)
Real Estate Safe Practices – Tracey Hawkins (2 Core CE: HOT)
2018 GRI 301Learn More
$298 ($255 Early Bird through Sept 5)
Day One – Amy Smythe Harris:
The Social Media REALTOR® (6 Elective CE: ADV)
Day Two – Amy Smythe Harris:
Cloud Computing (2 Elective CE: ICC)
Foundational Apps (2 Elective CE: ICC)
Ultimate Mobile Agent (2 Elective CE: ICC)
Apptastic Time (2 Elective CE: ICC)
2018 GRI 302Learn More
$238 ($215 Early Bird through Dec 5)
Fair Housing Class — Paul Dizmang (7 CE: FHR)
Property Management Class — Paul Dizmang