GRI 202 – Contracts in Real Estate Transactions; Negotiations in Boise, ID

December 3, 2024 – December 4, 2024 all-day
Pioneer Title Company
8151 W. Rifleman Street Boise
ID 83704
GRI 202 - Contracts in Real Estate Transactions; Negotiations in Boise, ID @ Pioneer Title Company

GRI 202 – Contract in Real Estate Transactions; Negotiations with Rick Harris!

This course provides a comprehensive overview of basic contract law and how it impacts the real estate licensee.  The topics of unauthorized practice of law, types and validity of contracts, and an overview of the elements of a contract are covered in depth.  Other areas addressed include the parole evidence rule, legally competent parties, unilateral and bilateral contracts, mutual agreement, assignment/novation, contract breach and misrepresentation.  Real estate contract preparation is also included.

Instructor Bio

Rick Harris is a long-time Owner/Broker and Principal at Rick Harris Seminars, a real estate training and strategic facilitation company based in Ashland, Oregon.

He is a dynamic international speaker with a wealth of practical, hands-on real estate experience–nearly thirty years of in-the-trenches work with buyers, sellers and brokers in residential, multi-family and commercial transactions.

His “solution-based” training focuses on the “nuts and bolts” skills so vital in today’s marketplace — buyer and seller representation, real estate teams, negotiation techniques, risk management, business ethics, leadership and strategic planning.

Rick’s broad experience, lively teaching style and quirky sense of humor ensure his GRI sessions are practical, engaging and FUN!



Why do I need the GRI designation?

It doesn’t matter if you’ve been in the business a while or are just starting out. If you’re hungry for more success, it’s time to raise your real estate career to a higher level by earning the most comprehensive real estate designation: Graduate, REALTOR® Institute (GRI).

Just ask current GRI designees. In a recent survey, they indicated these top three reasons for earning the GRI:

1. Gain comprehensive knowledge — The coursework provides in-depth training on the most essential topics, including market knowledge, business skills, systems and tools, and risk management—substantially beyond what’s covered by licensing courses.

2. Build confidence — Past graduates consistently say they love their GRI because it gave them confidence in their own skills and credibility with clients—essential components for building a successful real estate career.

3. Impress consumers — With “Graduate, REALTOR® Institute” by their name, they stand out in their market as an agent who takes advanced real estate education seriously.

Not only do GRIs have a leg up on agents without the designation, the time required to earn your GRI goes a long way towards demonstrating your level of commitment to yourself, your clients, and the industry. It’s a true win-win-win proposition.

How is the GRI different?

Unlike most NAR designations, the GRI is managed independently by each state association of REALTORS®, with slightly different course requirements. This provides an optimal blend of state-specific content along with national perspectives. Also, GRI designees do not pay any annual dues to maintain their designation.

What are the added fees?

There are 2 types of convenience fees:  1. Eventbrite Service Fee & 2. Payment Processing fee of 3%.

How can I avoid the convenience fees?

Simply send a check payable for $250 to: Idaho REALTORS®.  Address the envelope to Amanda Pannell at Idaho REALTORS® 10116 W. Overland Rd. Boise, ID 83709.  Be sure to write “GRI 202” in the memo.

What can I bring into the classroom?

Feel free to bring snacks and drinks.  There will be complimentary coffee and snacks as well.  Lunch will not be provided.  There will be a 1-hour lunch break for those who wish to go off-site. Feel free to bring your own lunch.  Refrigeration is limited. Microwave is available.

What is prohibited during the class?

The use of any electronic devices is not permitted during class time, unless required as part of the course. This includes texting, checking messages, note taking, incoming and outgoing class, or any activities not related to the instruction of the course content.

What is the attendance policy?

According to IREC policy, “Regular attendance means 100% attendance at all sessions of a live prelicense or continuing education (CE) course.”  A student who misses any portion (even a few minutes) of a course may not receive credit.  The Commission obligates instructors and course providers to monitor student attendance and strictly enforce this attendance policy.

Can I bring my child?

No. Please arrange for childcare ahead of each class.  No exceptions.  You will be turned away.

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