Why Should You Care If a Realtor® Is a GRI? (Because It’s the Gold Standard)

Congratulations to Real Estate Agents Tiffany Lettelleir and Julie Paver for passing all 14 courses and becoming GRI certified!

Why become a GRI?

In today’s competitive business environment, you need more than just motivation and initiative to succeed, you need the professional advantage of the education know-how you receive in the GRI program.

Two highly ambitious real estate agents at the Keller Williams Realty St. Pete market center, Tiffany Lettelleir and Julie Paver, have taken on all 14 of the GRI courses and are now officially GRI certified. We would like to congratulate them on going above and beyond for their businesses and clients!
The Graduate Realtor® Institute designation indicates to buyers, sellers and other real estate professionals that you are highly trained and ready to serve customers and clients in many area of real estate.

According to NAR, Realtors who earn the GRI designation make more than $30,000 per year more on average that those without a GRI designation.

Developed specifically for NAR members, the GRI program includes 105 hours of coursework on topics ranging from marketing and servicing listed properties to real estate law. Only Realtors who successfully complete more than 90 hours of comprehensive training can be called a GRI. These agents are considered the elite of the business. It is the No. 1 real estate designation in the industry.

Are you interested in learning more about becoming a GRI?
For courses and details
Visit: http://www.floridarealtors.org/Education/Courses/




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