The buyer services day is dedicated to working with buyers and facilitating the homebuying process for the buyer. It examines prospecting and phone opportunity. It further discusses creating and managing buyer expectations, and successfully selecting and showing properties. At the point the buyer chooses a home, it addresses working through the negotiation process, and managing requests and objections, as well as property inspections. It covers finance as it relates to the buyer, as well relocation buyers.
Explore the processes involved in preparing a home to list and show well in todays competitive real estate market. Learn how to perform a thorough home evaluation, suggest home improvements with resale in mind, create curb appeal, and get the staged look. This course also has a strong client communications component that provides new vocabulary, phrases, and questions to ask, along with stats and stories to incorporate into your language. Elevating your level of service requires elevating your language and approach. This class aims to help you gain your client's complete confidence, cooperation, and support for the process that allows you to show their home at the pinnacle of its potential!
The technology portion of GRI marketing explores valuable technology tips for networking, building your business, connecting with clients, and enhancing your practice. It explores web strategies, trends, and tips, and specific NAR rules for web-based advertising. It addition it discusses the benefits of CRM software, as well as Internet resources REALTORS can use in their daily practice, and incorporates social media as a tool that can be leveraged. Finally, it reviews TAR tech products and services available to members. Students can bring laptops or tablets to the this day to explore tools and tricks at the instructors direction.
This day of GRI Marketing reviews environmental laws and addenda used in real estate transactions. It also examines environmental hazards and concerns relative to residential transactions. Further, it covers green loans and state and local initiatives, and uncovers green building trends and energy-efficient trends and practices that can help your clients.
This course will serve as an introduction to the new homes sales market for real estate sales agents. The course consists of three modules to address what a buyers representative needs to know in order to succeed at representing buyers in the new-home sales market. Students will gain an understanding of the new home sales process and the type of services the buyer needs. They will also learn where and how to find new home sales business.
Did you know that as a license holder you have legal requirements and regulations for engaging in the real estate business? Perhaps you also belong to a trade association connected to the real estate business that has a code of conduct and you see that as a requirement for engaging in the business. There is more to your requirements than a trade association expectations. It is every license holders responsibility to know and operate under the current
laws applicable to their license. The course covers the requirements Texas law places upon all license holders regarding ethical conduct when facilitating a real estate transaction.
The purpose of this course is to address the regulatory aspects of the management, operation and supervision of a real estate brokerage firm in Texas. The course provides an understanding and working knowledge of the law of agency, planning and organization of business entities, requirements for written policies and procedures, records retention and control, advertising, recruitment and training of agents, and the anatomy of a complaint filed with Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).