Work with a designated professional
FRIs prioritize business ethics & professionalism
An FRI designated professional:
- Has a minimum of five years of creditable real estate experience
- Has gained additional professional knowledge and expertise above licencing requirements
- Is committed to serving you in realizing your real estate goals
- Will deal fairly with all parties and is committed to the highest standards of professional conduct
- Adheres to the REIC Code of Professional Standards
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the FRI?
The FRI (Fellow of the Real Estate Institute) is an elite national designation awarded to real estate sales practitioners who have met our rigorous education, experience and membership requirements, and have agreed to adhere to the REIC Code of Professional Standards.
What is the benefit of working with an FRI?
The FRI is a tremendous business asset and an outstanding source of contacts and seasoned expertise. In the eyes of the public, the FRI speaks to the real estate practitioner's professional standing in the community, maximizing consumer trust and confidence in the individual's ability and ethics.
In addition to advanced education, FRIs benefit from support and networking with like-minded professionals locally and nationally through REIC and partnered organizations like the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the National Association of REALTORS® (NAR).
What does the FRI mean to the industry and the public?
The FRI designation is the public's assurance that they are dealing with an individual who has made a career commitment to real estate. They are professionals with additional expertise, above licensing requirements, in market analysis, property sales, leasing and marketing, and for their knowledge of real estate law, financing, valuation and property analysis.
What type of professional holds the FRI?
FRIs typically work for local and national real estate brokerages across Canada, or manage their own brokerage business. They are leaders in their profession and hold many of the senior positions in both the private and public sectors.