A North Carolina REALTOR® was recently awarded the Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation.
Cathy Robertson of Lexington has completed the curriculum required to join other top producers in the residential real estate industry who hold the most recognized REALTOR® designation across the nation.
Robertson earned the “Graduate REALTOR® Institute” (GRI) designation by attending 60 hours of specific and intense instruction that covers a variety of subjects including: buyer client services, professional standards, sales and marketing, finance, and risk reduction.
The REALTOR® Institute is taught by well respected professionals from around the country, and is focused on local, state and national real estate practices that affect the industry and consumers.
The GRI designation sets those who have attained it apart from other practitioners,
because it shows that they have dedicated extra time to obtain a professional educational foundation on which to base the services that they provide.
Robertson is Vice President and Broker-in-Charge at T.E. Johnson & Sons Professional Property Management. Located in Winston-Salem, TE Johnson has been a trusted expert in property management in the Triad since 1928.