Century 21's Cecilia Taylor earns GRI designation

Tue, 11/07/2006 - 3:38pm
By: The Citizen

Cecilia Taylor

Cecilia Taylor, associate broker with Century 21 Scarbrough Properties has recently earned her GRI designation.

The Graduate REALTOR® Institute (GRI) designation indicates to buyers, sellers and other real estate industry professionals that she has made the commitment to provide a high level of professional service to her clients by securing a strong educational foundation.
The GRI designation is obtained by attending a specific, intensive series of a minimum of 90 hours of classroom instruction, covering subjects in contract law, professional standards, sales and marketing, finance and risk reduction. The subject matter has been chosen to educate practitioners about local, state and national real estate practices that affect them and their clients. GRI courses are taught by leading real estate professionals from around the country.

“Cecilia always provides her clients with personal service. Besides being the true professional that she is, Cecilia offers her clients a personal touch and awareness that most likely comes from her background in nursing,” said Beth Johnson, managing broker for Century 21 Scarbrough Properties, “she’s extremely service oriented and people recognize it.”

Also this year, Cecilia completed her Fine Homes & Estates designation. Fine Homes & Estates is a program through the Century 21 system that provides specific training for agents in the upscale home market. She has acquired this designation to better serve her listings in the $500,000+ price range,” said John Scarbrough, owner of the company.

Mrs. Taylor is active in serving the community as well and you may see her on Thursdays delivering “Meals on Wheels” to Fayette residents. She is also committed to the Alzheimer’s Association of Georgia and has coordinated fundraising for the organization through Century 21 Scarbrough Properties. Cecilia and her husband, Fred live in Fulton County.

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