07 Jun GRI 301 GRI 301 Wednesday, June 7, 2023 (8:00 AM) to Thursday, June 8, 2023 (5:30 PM) 8 CE Hours RASM South, Sarasota, Florida CE HRS, GRI This class will be held in person at RASM South Details You're Registered! DescriptionLocationInstructorsCancellation Policy GRI Module 301 - It's More Than Just Sales While the homeownership rate in the United States is the highest in its history, there are still millions of residential tenants residing in property owned and managed by others. In GRI 301, Property Management and Common Ownership is an introduction to property management and the forms of common ownership. Appraising will introduce the function of the appraisal, the steps in the appraisal process, and appraisal principles. Although 1031 Exchanges are available for other investments, Exchanging focuses on real estate exchanges, providing the terminology and principles of exchanging. Instructed By: Brian Woods Cost: $60 Member/$199 Non-Member 15 Hours of Broker Post Licensing(PL) credit for broker licensees in their first license cycle, or 8 hours of Continuing Education(CE) Specialty credit. *A passing grade of 75% or higher is required on the final exam. To obtain a GRI designation, all seven modules need to be successfully completed within a five-year period. RASM South - Auditorium RASM South (Auditorium)2320 Cattlemen Rd.Sarasota, FL 34232 Map & Directions Brian Woods Brian Woods is a seasoned real estate broker, investor, property manager, community association manager, real estate instructor, and speaker. He owns and operates multiple real estate brokerages, a CAM firm, and real estate school. Mr. Woods was awarded the Mid-Size Broker of the Year award from the REALTOR® Association of the Palm Beaches and 2019 CIPS Instructor of the Year for NAR. A. Registrations are not transferable, but may be refunded per this policy. All requests must be submitted in writing.B. Registration fees for single classes or seminars of one day or less in length will be refunded in full if the request is received prior to the start time on the business day preceding the class or seminar, excluding weekends and holidays. For example, if a course is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. on a Monday, the request must be received by 9:00 a.m. on the preceding Friday. If scheduled to begin at 1:30 p.m. on a Wednesday, the request must be received by 1:30 p.m. on a Tuesday.C. Courses that offer a designation or certification, whether single day or multiple days, will be refunded less a $25 administration fee. The written request for refund must be received three business days, excluding weekends and holidays, prior to the course start date. For example, if a course is scheduled to start at 8:30 a.m. on a Monday, the cancellation and request for refund must be received no later than the preceding Wednesday. D. If a course is postponed, cancelled, or rescheduled, registrants may choose to receive a full refund or apply the credit toward another course within the same calendar year.