GRI: Graduate REALTOR® Institute 100 Series - Standards of Practice - 101
Tuesday, February 7, 2023 9:00 AM - Wednesday, February 8, 2023 5:30 PM (EST)
GRI 101 is a two-day course. You must be present for both Tuesday, February 7th & Wednesday, February 8th
GRI 100 Series: Standards of Practice 101 -
• Compare regulatory concepts with that of the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) Code of Ethics;
• Interpret key aspirational concepts found in the Preamble to the NAR Code of Ethics;
• Apply the concepts established in the Articles of the NAR Code of Ethics;
• Evaluate given scenarios for possible ethics violations based on the concepts and Standards of Practice established in Articles 1, 2, 12, and 17 of the NAR Code of Ethics;
• Outline the primary factors considered by hearing panels in procuring cause disputes;
• Apply the professional standards process for enforcing the NAR Code of Ethics;
• Illustrate with examples the violations of the “Pathways to Professionalism” courtesy and etiquette guidelines. HOURS: 7
This curriculum qualifies for the periodic ethics training required by NAR. You will receive a certificate stating this along with your completion letter.
101 - Fair Housing and Diversity…
• Apply definitions of the seven protected classes and their exemptions to daily business encounters;
• Demonstrate behavior compliant with federal fair housing and related laws including the American with Disabilities Act (ADA);
• Compare obligations of the NAR Code of Ethics and REALTOR® Fair Housing Declaration to the requirements of the Fair Housing Act;
• Apply an understanding of the U.S. Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) complaint and penalty process regarding fair housing violations;
• Demonstrate person-first behavior in the context of diversity;
• Construct a niche marketing plan that reflects an awareness of and sensitivity to diversity.
101 - Law…
• Demonstrate behavior consistent with the laws regarding relationships between brokers and associates and licensed and unlicensed persons;
• Demonstrate a working knowledge of general property ownership rights and types, and related applicable laws;
• Demonstrate behavior consistent with the federal laws affecting real estate;
• Demonstrate the ability to address the disclosure of facts affecting title or material value.