With more than twenty-five years of diverse teaching experience, Gregory captivates minds through expertise and empathy. He fosters curiosity and confidence in his students and can tailor his approach according to the individual learner's needs.

He is skilled at clearly explaining complex and voluminous information. His enthusiasm for learning invites participation, and he presents material in accessible ways, utilizing a variety of mediums—verbal, visual, and experiential—to ensure that students comprehend and retain the information.

Gregory is a Michigan State Certified Instructor for Real Estate Licensing & Education.

His teaching style is vibrant and friendly, fostering comprehension and retention while clarifying detailed and complex information.

As a subject matter expert, Gregory has written, contributed, and advised on several broker training and GRI curricula, online licensing courses, and print textbooks.

He also writes and advises for licensing exams and real estate practice tests.

As a lead instructor for MiLicense.net, a Grand Rapids area real estate training school, he regularly teaches the following courses:

• The Michigan 40-hour Real Estate Pre-Licensing Course
Continuing education classes, including legal updates
• Broker pre-licensing, GRI, and broker exam preparation
• Monthly Michigan Real Estate Exam preparation sessions

Gregory offers individual and small group study in preparation for the Broker and Salesperson state licensing exams. He's also available to teach continuing education classes at your brokerage.

Gregory Gronbacher is a social philosopher and cultural theorist exploring the interplay between religion, society, and human nature in the metamodern cultural paradigm emerging from the postmodern, post-Christian, post-secular period.

He's taught at The Milltown Institute, Maynooth University, and All Hallows College in Ireland. He was a visiting lecturer at the Summer Philosophy Program in Gaming, Austria. He served for two years as a professor of philosophy at Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, Pennsylvania. Gregory has lectured on four continents on various philosophical and cultural topics. 

Gregory holds a Ph.D. in Social Philosophy from Trinity College Dublin (Ireland), an M.Phil. in Philosophy and Political Economy from the International Academy of Philosophy (Liechtenstein), and a BA in Theology, Philosophy, and Politics from Franciscan University (Steubenville, Ohio).



Gregory teaches the Michigan State 40-hour Pre-Licensing Class monthly.

He has a proven track record of helping people from diverse backgrounds and experiences pass the Michigan Real Estate Licensing Exam.

See MILicense.net for class schedules. 


He regularly teaches various real estate continuing education courses, including legal updates, Fair Housing, environmental issues, and contract preparation.

Gregory is available for course creation or continuing education classes - contact him to schedule a session or to learn more.


As a sought-after real estate educator, Gregory has written and designed many courses for online education. 

Previous clients include Hondros Learning, CompuCram, Tests.com, Study.comThe Michigan Association of Realtors, the Kentucky Real Estate Association, and other educational organizations.


Gregory has consulted with many brokerages, professional associations, home builders, and real estate groups as a subject matter expert.

He's contributed material to the Michigan Association of Realtors, GRAR, and Michigan's Board of Real Estate Brokers and Salespeople. 


Having created GRI curricula and broker training courses, he has helped many agents obtain their broker's licenses. Contact Gregory to schedule a class.


Gregory offers a 3-hour Michigan Real Estate Test Preparation session on the first and last Saturday of every month. Please contact him for details. 


Gregory is available for private tutoring or small group classes - reach out to schedule a session or class.


As a NAR-certified Code of Ethics Trainer, Gregory offers both 2-hour and 3-hour classes for brokerages and agents needing to satisfy NAR requirements.