Real Estate Weekly
February 18, 2004

The Real Estate Academy, one of New York City’s leading real estate schools, announced the guest speakers for its March 2004 continuing education seminar series, “News, Views and Current Trends.”

The speakers, who are among the movers-and-shakers of New York’s residential real estate community, include: Leonard Bayer, founder and president, Asset Management Advisors; Faith Hope Consolo, vice chairman, Garrick-Aug International; Barbara Corcoran, chairman, The Corcoran Group; Dorothy “Dottie” Herman, president and chief executive officer, Prudential Douglas Elliman Real Estate and; David J. Knight, president,
DJ Knight.

“One of the reasons why the Real Estate Academy is so popular is the fact that we offer our students the unique advantage of learning first-hand from the industry’s best and the brightest,” says Esther Muller, master teacher/president, the Real Estate Academy.

The seminar series will take place over three consecutive Thursdays:
March 4, March 11 and March 18. They fulfill the State of New York’s Continuing Education Requirements for Re-Licensure by providing 22.5 hours of continuing education credit to real estate brokers and sales persons who take all three sessions. Exams are not required.

The all-day classes will be held at The Penthouse at Shelley’s New York
at 104 West 57th Street. “The Real Estate Academy provides a first-rate classroom environment that enhances the learning experience,”
Muller notes.

For more information on “News, Views and Current Trends,” visit
the Real Estate Academy at its Web Site,,
or call 212-262-2662.