Knoxville, Tenn — July 10, 2019 Knoxville REALTOR® Robin Bingham was recently awarded the highly acclaimed national Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation. In completing the required curriculum, Robin Bingham, of Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors’ Farragut Office, joins other top REALTORS® in the residential real estate industry from across the nation who hold this designation.
“The GRI designation really sets agents apart from the rest of the pack. It means we are willing to learn more and go the extra step to make for our clients,” said Bingham.
Robin Bingham earned the GRI designation by attending a specific, intensive series of classroom instruction, covering a variety of subjects including professional standards, legal issues, sales and marketing, finance and risk reduction, technology and social media.
With this achievement, Bingham has made a commitment to provide a high level of professional service by securing a strong educational foundation of knowledge and skills to better navigate the real estate market and serve prospective clients and customers.
The Institute is designed to educate practitioners about local, state and national real estate practices that affect them, their clients and customers. Only members of the REALTOR® Association may earn the GRI designation. The REALTOR® Institute is more than twenty-five years old and has graduated thousands of REALTORS® nationally.
The GRI designation indicates to the public that the designation holders are members of the National Association of REALTORS® who have obtained a professional educational foundation on which to base their services.
Obtaining the GRI designation is a beneficial way for a REALTOR® to advance their professional image. The extra measure of knowledge and prestige achieved by completing this course work is a tool that will advance a career in real estate in attracting and building new business.
Robin Bingham is affiliated with the Farragut Office of Coldwell Banker Wallace & Wallace, Realtors, located at 10815 Kingston Pike. Reach her at (865) 966-1111.