GRI Designation

Earning the Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation is a way to stand out to prospective home buyers and sellers as a REALTOR® who has gained in-depth knowledge on technical subjects as well as the fundamentals of real estate.

To earn your designation, you must complete Course I, II and III in succession. 

         


Course I

The Illinois Association of REALTORS® offers TWO FAST-TRACK OPTIONS to earn credit for Course I so that you can move directly to Course II of the program.

 

Proficiency Exam - NEW!
(Cost = $115)

IAR members may obtain full credit for completion of GRI Course I by completing the Proficiency Exam - without attending any classroom course or meeting any equivalency requirements. The Proficiency exam covers the same material originally offered in Course I of the Institute program.

Equivalency Program (Cost = $75)
30+ approved courses will qualify you for GRI Course I credit. Simply submit the $75 administration fee with a completed application to the REALTOR® Institute along with proof of completion of an approved program listed here

About the GRI Program

The REALTOR® Institute of Illinois provides an educational program which is second to none in the real estate industry. GRI is the only REALTOR® designation that does not require a payment of an annual renewal fee! Continuing education credits are included in all Institute courses, including the Graduate Course. GRI Q & A

REALTORS® with the GRI designation earned $22,400 more annually and reported an increase in referrals their first year with the designation. Read what Illinois GRI grads have to say.

 

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2014 GRI Dates:

  • Dec. 1-4
    Courses II, III
    Peoria
  • Dec. 3-4
    Grad Course
    Peoria
 
Why GRI? REALTORS® with the GRI designation earned $22,400 more annually and reported an increase in referrals their first year with the designation.


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