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The Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation indicates to buyers, sellers, and other real estate industry professionals that you have made the commitment to provide a high level of professional service to your clients by securing a strong educational foundation.
Developed for members of the National Association of REALTORS® and offered through State REALTOR® Associations, the GRI program includes 60-105 hours of coursework on topics from marketing and servicing listed properties, to real estate law.
VanEd is proud to provide the GRI program for more State REALTOR® Associations than any other online school:
The updated Colorado GRI program is available both online and in the classroom.
Colorado REALTORS® may take GRI courses online with VanEd or in the classroom through any of the sponsoring REALTOR® boards (for classroom schedules, click to visit the board website): Boulder Area REALTOR Association, Pikes Peak Association of REALTORS, and the South Metro Denver REALTOR Association.
The steps to the GRI designation in Colorado are as follows:
Updated annually, the Florida REALTORS program is available entirely online and in the classroom.
VanEd is very pleased to announce that in conjunction with the Florida REALTOR® Association, all Florida GRI courses are now available online. The Florida GRI courses have also been approved to satisfy Florida CE or Florida Post-License education requirements.
How to get started on the GRI designation in Florida:
All the Missouri REALTORS GRI courses are 100% online and affordably priced.
How to get started on the GRI designation in Missouri:
Upon successful completion of the curriculum, a pin and certificate will be awarded along with information on using the GRI designation in advertising and on business cards.
Nebraska REALTORS® offers GRI courses in a secure, convenient, at-your-own-pace online format.
How to get started on the GRI designation in Nebraska:
You must complete all of the 6 GRI courses online or in the classroom. Classes may be completed in any order. Each course covers 15 hours of material, and a test is administered at the end of each class. Students must receive a 70% on the exam to receive credit toward their GRI designation. Students may retake the exam if necessary. You have 5 years from the date of your first class to complete the GRI designation. Once you finish all six courses, you pay a one-time designation fee, and you will then receive the GRI designation.
The South Dakota Association of REALTORS® encourages all it's members to achieve the GRI designation.
To obtain the GRI designation in South Dakota, you must take the following steps:
Wyoming REALTORS® can obtain a GRI designation online in partnership with VanEd.
For Wyoming REALTORS® interested in completing the coursework to achieve the GRI designation, the Nebraska REALTOR® Association (NRA), in conjunction with Van Education Center, has established a process to achieve the GRI designation online.
The steps to the designation are as follows: