Seller Representative Specialist (SRS)
Designation

The Seller Representative Specialist designation is the highest credential in seller representation awarded by REBI® and NAR®. In the required coursework, you’ll learn how to: craft a value proposition; prepare for listing presentations and seller meetings; identify probable buyers for specific properties using statistics and contemporary methods; design marketing assets that create high consumer engagement; arrange improvements, remodeling, and property staging; and navigate every step of the closing process. The SRS designation will provide you with a solid foundation in seller representation and prepare you to advocate for clients in many situations.

Why earn your SRS designation?

  • Comprehensive foundation in seller representation
  • Access to an elite group of trained agents
  • Member-only education, resources, and services
  • In-depth knowledge of the Code of Ethics & Standards of Practice
  • Entry into the “Find an SRS” online directory for public access

How To Earn an SRS Designation

Follow the steps below to earn a Seller Representative Specialist designation.

Step 1 - Complete the SRS course
The two-day, 15-hour Seller Representative Specialist Designation course may be completed in the virtual classroom at Champions School of Real Estate.
Step 2 - Complete an elective course
The elective course must be SRS-approved and worth at least 8 credit hours. Most electives may also be used for CE credit. All elective-eligible courses are labeled in this section.
Step 3 - Transaction history
Submit documentation of at least 3 transactions in which you acted as a seller’s representative.
Step 4 - Apply

Submit the SRS designation application to the Real Estate Business Institute (REBI).

Annual dues are waived for the first year. Fee is $99 thereafter.

NAR dues for 2023 are $150 per agent. This fee is billed through your local REALTOR® association.

Step 5 - Maintain active status
Remain in good standing with the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR) and in the Real Estate Business Institute (REBI).

For more information and answers to frequently asked questions (FAQs), visit the Real Estate Business Institute (REBI) website.

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The 23-hour Complete SRS Designation Program satisfies all educational requirements for the
Seller Representative Specialist designation.

Complete SRS Designation Program

$369$389
SAVE $20

Courses included:

  • Seller Representative Specialist course (15 hours)
  • One 8-hour elective of choice:
    • Military Relocation Professional course
    • Pricing Strategies: Mastering the CMA (PSA) course
    • Home Finance Resource course

    There are other courses that satisfy the SRS elective requirement, but they are longer than 8 hours and thus not included with this program. The SRS electives we offer are identified in this catalog.

Additional details:

  • FREE books/PDFs included
  • 23 TREC credit hours

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Required Seller Representative Specialist Course

You may take this 15-hour course by itself for CE credit. But to receive the SRS designation, you must also complete the additional required 8 hours of elective credit.

Seller Representative Specialist

Designation Course 15 CE Credit Hours (TREC)

Become a highly sought-after seller's agent with this invaluable designation.

Learn how to:

  • Craft a value proposition that identifies why clients should choose you over the competition
  • Prepare for listing presentations and seller meetings
  • Identify probable buyers for specific properties using statistics and contemporary methods
  • Design marketing assets that create high consumer engagement
  • Arrange improvements, remodeling, and property staging
  • Navigate all challenges during the closing process
  • Textbooks / PDFs included
  • TREC Provider #0005
  • TREC Course #32071

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Important Information

Important Information Related to Seller Representative Specialist Course:

For Non-Texas Licensees: If you are hoping to earn Continuing Education (CE) credit for a Designation / Certification course, please contact the agency that handles licensing in your state to verify whether or not the course in question is eligible.

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