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What DO Those Letters Mean?

It's quite simple - better service for you.

They mean that you're dealing with a professional, someone who is dedicated to providing the best possible service and is willing to obtain the education to help them do it. It means hours of intensive continuing education classes; keeping on top of the latest developments in the industry; staying informed and being able to pass that information on to you.

Essentially it raises the bar on what to expect from a real estate professional, and we're happy to say that we have no problem clearing that bar.

ABRĂ¢ -Accredited Buyer's Representative

This designation is the benchmark of excellence in buyer representation. Learn more at www.rebac.net

ARM - Accredited Residential Manager

A designation awarded to specialists who manage residential property. It requires demonstration of professional competence as a residential real estate manager in the following areas:

  • Maintenance and operations
  • Human resource management
  • Marketing and leasing
  • Financial operations
  • Legal and risk management
  • Ethics

CCIM - Certified Commercial Investment Member

This comprehensive program includes graduate-level study in property analysis, valuation, cash flow projections and analysis, taxation, property development and marketing.

CRB - Certified Residential Broker

This is awarded to brokerage owners and managers who complete the CRB Management Certification Program, which includes problem solving and simulated training situations.

CRS - Certified Residential Specialist

This designation requires advanced study in listing, selling, investment, taxes plus a proven record of expertise in applied residential marketing.

e-PRO

This designation, recognized by the National Association of Realtors, recognizes the skills needed by today's agents to assist connected consumers with their real estate needs.

GRI - Graduate of Realtors Institute

A comprehensive series of courses covering all facets of real estate. Topics include valuation, law, finance, real estate investment, taxation, ethics, construction and land use, etc.

RAM - Real Estate Alumni of the University of Michigan