Real Estate Weekly
December 2, 2001

The Academy for Continuing Education (“ACE”) presented its fall session to
a large audience made up of many of New York City’s top brokers, who attended the 22½ hour continuing education program, as required by New York State for license renewal, announces Esther Muller, ACE president.

The course was held at the Hotel Delmonico, 59th Street and Park Avenue, on three consecutive Wednesdays, October 17, 24 and 31. Real estate salespersons and brokers licensed for less than 15 consecutive years are required by the Department of State, Division of Licensing Services, to complete a continuing education program every two years in order to retain their licenses and conduct business in New York State.

In addition to Alan Rogers, CEO, Insignia/Douglas Elliman, Lois Weiss, one
of the most respected real estate writers today and the inimitable Barbara Corcoran, the fall program included Neil Binder, principal, author and co-founder of the Bellmarc Companies; Leonard Bayer, president of Goodstein Realty; Barbara Fox, Chairman Fox Residential; David J. Knight, President, D.J. Knight and Faith Hope Consolo, Vice Chairman, Garrick Aug Worldwide.

Nearly 130 agents attended the fall session. The next opportunity to attend the program will be in February 2002 with, yet, another group of prominent guest lecturers.