Frequently Asked Questions
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You must complete the designation within 5 years of taking your first course.
Once you enroll in a payment method, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the courses you would like to attend. Our system will not allow you to register online at this time.
Courses are offered at local associations around the state. Check the calendar for upcoming courses or contact your local association leaders.
GRI courses taken in 2010, 2011, or 2012 will count as elective hours in the new requirements. Please contact Professional Development Director, Jennifer Bhojwani - email@example.com, for details.
Any of the REBAC designation or certification courses taken before you begin or during your pursuit of the GRI designation will be counted towards the elective hours. You must be an active, dues paid, member of REBAC program in order to count the hours towards your GRI electives.
No, once you are enrolled in the Convenience Plan you're allowed to take courses at your pace. You will be billed in $45 per month installments for 12 months regardless of when you take the classes. Remember, you have 5 years to complete the designation.
GRI doesn't require you to pay anything beyond course and designation fees. Unlike some of the other designation programs, GRI doesn't charge a yearly fee to keep the designation active.
When you've finished all of your course work, simply apply for graduation and pay the $25 GRI Graduation Fee and you'll be designated! Email Jennifer Bhojwani - jennifer@AlabamaREALTORS.com - for more details.
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