REIC credentials help build a thriving career in all sectors of the real estate industry. Select your area of interest:
Sales and Leasing Sector
- Certified Leasing Officer (CLO)
As REIC's most senior and respected designation in sales and leasing, the FRI exemplifies a highly educated and experienced REALTOR® with a wide range of knowledge and a commitment to strong business ethics. FRI members enjoy progressive careers in the private and public sectors or run their own successful businesses.
The CLO defines the proven commercial leasing specialist in leasehold acquisitions, disposal and administration. Our graduates have successful careers with major property management and development companies across Canada.
Property Management Sector
- ACCREDITED RESIDENTIAL MANAGER (ARM®)
The CPM® is the MBA equivalent credential in condominium and property management. Professionals with this designation are specialists in all facets of property and asset management. CPM® graduates are in high demand and enjoy progressive careers in the public and private sectors or manage their own successful businesses.
The ARM® is a highly prized credential in residential and condominium property management. The certification signifies a professional with enhanced knowledge and skills in efficient and effective management performance.
- Accredited Commercial MANAGER (ACoM)
The ACoM certification assures employers that you possess the specialized skills they seek in commercial management.
Finance and Investment Sector
- Certified Reserve Planner (CRP)
The CRP has the credentials to perform a wide range of reserve fund planning services to ensure capital resources for maintaining buildings in safe and good condition. CRP graduates are highly sought after with condominiums, non-profit and cooperative housing, as well as public and private agencies.
- Associate Reserve Planner (ARP)
The ARP designation signifies a professional with expertise in the administration of reserve funds and reserve fund plans.
- Certified Residential Underwriter (CRU)
The CRF designation signifies a finance professional with expertise in financial and investment analysis, loan and risk evaluation, mortgage underwriting and administration. CRF graduates work as consultants, portfolio administrators, asset manager, mortgage brokers and financial and investment analysists.
The CRU designation denotes practical experience and sound education in underwriting residential mortgages. CRU graduates work in the banking industry with major institutions, trust companies and credit unions.
"These days an undergraduate degree needs to be augmented by a speciality designation. My designation makes me identifiable in my field and shows that I am committed to learning my craft."
- FRI Member
"A designation shows clients and employers that they are tapping into a higher level of knowledge and expertise. It's also good for the industry as it raises the bar."
- CPM® Member
"I now have a great position and I can assure you that I wouldn't be here without my association with REIC."
- CRP Member