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All New Hampshire real estate agents will need to have 12 hours of continuing education credits to renew their real estate license. This will become effective as of July 2008. Don’t get caught short!

9 hours of Elective and 3 hours of CORE!

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From the New Hampshire Association of REALTORS….

Register Now: GRI 104 is Coming Soon!

There are still openings available for the third Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) session of 2008 — GRI 104 — scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday, June 3-4, at the Holiday Inn in Concord.

GRI is a REALTOR® designation given to those who have completed 96 hours of NAR-accredited coursework in seven educational modules within a five-year period. The designation helps increase income potential, develop self-confidence, sharpen real estate skills and build a strong referral network with classmates. Ultimately, it is a designation that helps bring REALTORS® to a level where they are recognized as leaders in the industry.

The subjects of GRI 104 include How to Meet, Greet and Connect; Secrets to Top Producers; Serving the Generations; and Sales and Marketing Training, and it is the third of the seven modules to be presented this year. The sessions will be taught by seasoned instructors Jim Pugliese ABR, CRB, GRI, SRES, CSP, Monika McGillicuddy GRI, SRES and Dave Millett.

To learn more about GRI and the 2008 schedule, click here. To register, click here or call the NHAR office at 225-5549.

NOTE: For future GRI classes, discounted Holiday Inn rates are available to those who reserve a room at least three weeks in advance. Call 603-224-9534.

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Good news! Governor John Lynch signed the Designated Agency Bill on May 6th. Effective date is Jan 1 2009. You can read the final version of the bill here http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/legislation/2008/HB1384.html

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