Date Event Classroom & Duration Administrator Expand All
Date
02/20/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 17
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett


Chapter 17 – Condominiums and Cooperatives

  • What a condominium is, how it is developed, and how itoperates.

  • Considerations which condominium purchase andownership.

  • Requirements for the sale and purchase of cooperatives.

  • How condos and co-ops differ.

  • How a condop is created.

Date
02/20/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 15
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln


Chapter 15 – Municipal Agencies

  • The administrative divisions within New York State.

  • The roles and responsibilities of municipal agencies inNew York State.

  • How these agencies can help you as a real estateprofessional.


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/20/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 16
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 3.75hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
Nancy Mosca


Chapter 16 – Real Estate Taxes and Assessments

  • The purpose of property taxation.

  • Who may be exempt from property taxes.

  • How properties are assessed and by whom.

  • How to calculate property taxes.

  • How equalization affects property taxes.

  • The process property owners follow to challenge assessments.

Instructor, Realtor, Speaker, Trainer & Coach

Nancy Mosca is a licensed New York State Associate Broker and has been a Realtor for over 21 years. She is also a New York State Certified Real Estate Instructor and teaches for NYREI as well as Local, State & National Association's & the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council.

Nancy currently serves as Vice President for Queens County for the Long Island Board of Realtors. She serves as a Director for New York State & the National Board of Realtors. Nancy actively serves on various committees on the local, state & national levels.

With her experience as a Broker in the practice of real estate she adds a unique dimension to the courses she teaches. Nancy has developed personalized training programs for various corporations and groups based on their individual needs.

A believer in Realtor education, Nancy has earned the ABR, AHWD, BPOR, CBR, CIPS,CNE, EHO, GRI, ITI, MRP, PSA, RENE, SRS, SFR & SRES, designations and certifications. In addition, she has earned her Certification as a Human Behavioral Consultant and is a recognized member of the National Speakers Association.


Date
02/20/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 9
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Aaron Isquith

Chapter 9 – Construction Basics

  • Which building codes direct construction in New YorkState.

  • The requirements to complete a construction project.

  • The major systems that run a home, including heating,cooling, plumbing, electrical, and waste systems.

  • The mandated guarantees and warranties for newconstruction and renovations.

Chapter 9A – Environmental Issues and Property Concerns

  • What New York State environmental law requires.

  • Why the EPA was established and what it does.

  • What constitutes wetlands and why they are protected.

  • How to recognize common environmental hazards and howto deal with them.

  • The real estate professional’s obligations related toenvironmental issues.



Aaron Isquith is a successful Associate Broker with Dwell Residential in Park Slope; prior to that, he was with Warren Lewis Realty/Sotheby's International, also in Park Slope.
 
He has always loved teaching, and feels that while skills can be learned, and ethics imparted through example, each new realtor has to find her own style and techniques in this profession.
 
Aaron has great depth in cooperative management, and was a board member of his 111 unit cooperative corporation for many years, serving both as Treasurer and President. As such, he knows, first hand, the intricacies of building management, board responsibilities and the basics of construction. As a board member and realtor, he has dealt with financial institutions and lawyers, and is fluent with the needs of both buyers and sellers.
 
Because of the depth of his knowledge of cooperatives, he knows what boards are looking for in applicants, and when he represents purchasers, he ensures that his clients fully understood the process and application demands. In fact, Aaron reviews each cooperative purchase application, ensuring that each of his clients are able to present themselves in the best light.
 
Aaron is firmly convinced that his personal needs and commissions take second place to his client's needs and desires. Better to treat a client honestly and ethically than to earn a quick commission.
 
He believes in long-term thinking, and his client base reflects this. He has clients who have purchased than sold and purchased again through Aaron as their realtor. He believes that even though there may be no purchase or sale imminent, time and effort is never wasted in fostering a relationship. He has maintained relationships which only years later resulted in a listing. 
 
As such, many of his clients have become dear friends.
 
Aaron is predominantly a lister and is thankful for the many referrals that come his way due to his honesty and firm grip on ethics and responsibility. A realtor is a professional, and must be fully cognizant of his fiduciary responsibilities to his clients.
 
Aaron was a visiting scholar at a major university, and at the same time, delivered numerous lectures to audiences of up to 600 people. Concurrent to the university, he worked with the National Park System as an expert on Hohokam petroglyphs, and often walked the national park trails ensuring hiker safety. Now, he volunteers at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, meets visitors from all over the world, and describes the immigrant experience through Ellis Island history and personal family experience.
 
He and his wife have lived on Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn since the early 1980s, enjoy traveling, hiking, reading and serious music. And he is still amazed that he attended the last Brooklyn Dodger game at Ebbets Field.


Date
02/20/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/20/2020 12:30pm
Event
Sales Class 10
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

Chapter 10 – The Valuation and Process and PricingProperties

  • Differentiate between comparative market analysis andappraisals.

  • Discuss the definition of market value.

  • Explain the difference between value, price, and cost.

  • Explain how and why a SMA is used.

  • Explain the salesperson’s role in the valuation processand pricing properties.

  • List the three approaches to determining value.

Chapter 10-A – Real Estate Math

  • Measure square footage and acreage.

  • Calculate commission.

  • Calculate the net to seller.

  • Calculate annual interest.

  • Calculate percentage of profit and loss.

Date
02/20/2020 1:00pm
Event
Corcoran
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0.30hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Corcoran is so much more than a full service real estate firm. We're a group of talented people with a passion for finding the best way of living. People who make every effort to help you live who you are. This philosophy guides everything we do at Corcoran to help our clients find homes where they can come to life. For 45 years, we haven't just been around the block. We've been around nearly every block of New York City. In 2003, we expanded into the Hamptons and South Florida. Today we are affiliated with over 2,200 independent agents, have 25 offices and sales that have reached more than $21 billion annually.

Date
02/20/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 16
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Robert Russo


Chapter 16 – Real Estate Taxes and Assessments

  • The purpose of property taxation.

  • Who may be exempt from property taxes.

  • How properties are assessed and by whom.

  • How to calculate property taxes.

  • How equalization affects property taxes.

  • The process property owners follow to challenge assessments.

Managing Partner at:

Robert P Russo CPA PC

Practicing CPA since 1987. Specializes is Real Estate(including 1031 exchanges), Small businesses and Start-Ups and representation in front of the IRS and NYS Taxing authoirties

Date
02/20/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 10
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Aaron Isquith

Chapter 10 – The Valuation and Process and PricingProperties

  • Differentiate between comparative market analysis andappraisals.

  • Discuss the definition of market value.

  • Explain the difference between value, price, and cost.

  • Explain how and why a SMA is used.

  • Explain the salesperson’s role in the valuation processand pricing properties.

  • List the three approaches to determining value.

Chapter 10-A – Real Estate Math

  • Measure square footage and acreage.

  • Calculate commission.

  • Calculate the net to seller.

  • Calculate annual interest.

  • Calculate percentage of profit and loss.


Aaron Isquith is a successful Associate Broker with Dwell Residential in Park Slope; prior to that, he was with Warren Lewis Realty/Sotheby's International, also in Park Slope.
 
He has always loved teaching, and feels that while skills can be learned, and ethics imparted through example, each new realtor has to find her own style and techniques in this profession.
 
Aaron has great depth in cooperative management, and was a board member of his 111 unit cooperative corporation for many years, serving both as Treasurer and President. As such, he knows, first hand, the intricacies of building management, board responsibilities and the basics of construction. As a board member and realtor, he has dealt with financial institutions and lawyers, and is fluent with the needs of both buyers and sellers.
 
Because of the depth of his knowledge of cooperatives, he knows what boards are looking for in applicants, and when he represents purchasers, he ensures that his clients fully understood the process and application demands. In fact, Aaron reviews each cooperative purchase application, ensuring that each of his clients are able to present themselves in the best light.
 
Aaron is firmly convinced that his personal needs and commissions take second place to his client's needs and desires. Better to treat a client honestly and ethically than to earn a quick commission.
 
He believes in long-term thinking, and his client base reflects this. He has clients who have purchased than sold and purchased again through Aaron as their realtor. He believes that even though there may be no purchase or sale imminent, time and effort is never wasted in fostering a relationship. He has maintained relationships which only years later resulted in a listing. 
 
As such, many of his clients have become dear friends.
 
Aaron is predominantly a lister and is thankful for the many referrals that come his way due to his honesty and firm grip on ethics and responsibility. A realtor is a professional, and must be fully cognizant of his fiduciary responsibilities to his clients.
 
Aaron was a visiting scholar at a major university, and at the same time, delivered numerous lectures to audiences of up to 600 people. Concurrent to the university, he worked with the National Park System as an expert on Hohokam petroglyphs, and often walked the national park trails ensuring hiker safety. Now, he volunteers at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, meets visitors from all over the world, and describes the immigrant experience through Ellis Island history and personal family experience.
 
He and his wife have lived on Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn since the early 1980s, enjoy traveling, hiking, reading and serious music. And he is still amazed that he attended the last Brooklyn Dodger game at Ebbets Field.


Date
02/20/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 15
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 3.75hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
Nancy Mosca


Chapter 15 – Municipal Agencies

  • The administrative divisions within New York State.

  • The roles and responsibilities of municipal agencies inNew York State.

  • How these agencies can help you as a real estateprofessional.

Instructor, Realtor, Speaker, Trainer & Coach

Nancy Mosca is a licensed New York State Associate Broker and has been a Realtor for over 21 years. She is also a New York State Certified Real Estate Instructor and teaches for NYREI as well as Local, State & National Association's & the Real Estate Buyers Agent Council.

Nancy currently serves as Vice President for Queens County for the Long Island Board of Realtors. She serves as a Director for New York State & the National Board of Realtors. Nancy actively serves on various committees on the local, state & national levels.

With her experience as a Broker in the practice of real estate she adds a unique dimension to the courses she teaches. Nancy has developed personalized training programs for various corporations and groups based on their individual needs.

A believer in Realtor education, Nancy has earned the ABR, AHWD, BPOR, CBR, CIPS,CNE, EHO, GRI, ITI, MRP, PSA, RENE, SRS, SFR & SRES, designations and certifications. In addition, she has earned her Certification as a Human Behavioral Consultant and is a recognized member of the National Speakers Association.


Date
02/20/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 18
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett


Chapter 18 – Property Management

  • Licensing requirements for property managers in NewYork.

  • What skills are necessary to be a successful propertymanager.

  • What comprises the management agreement used to set upand support property management.

  • Which budgets and reports property managers mustdevelop and analyze.

  • How to effectively advertise, market, and lease managedproperties.

Date
02/20/2020 1:30pm
Event
Agency - Law of Agency
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln

Law of Agency (3.75 HRS)

Fiduciary Relationships/Agency/Listing Agreement
Obedience
Loyalty
Disclosure
Confidentiality
Accountability
Reasonable, Skill, Care and Diligence

Agent Authority
General
Special 
Universal
Agent/ Broker Relationship
Creation of Agency
Broker/Agent Compensation
 
Termination Of Agency
Completion 
Expiration of Terms
Operation Of Law
Mutual Agreement
Revocation
 
Agency Alternatives
Single Agency
Seller’s Agent
Buyer’s Agent 
Subagent
Broker’s Agent

Dual Agency 
Written
Informed
Consensual
In Advance
Designated sales Agents
Undisclosed Dual Agency 

register


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/20/2020 3:00pm
Event
TripleMint
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

TripleMint

Date
02/20/2020 4:30pm
Event
School Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 2hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo
register
Date
02/20/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 4
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Richard Lovell

Chapter 4 – Law of Agency

  • Other Types of Disclosure and Antitrust Laws

Date
02/20/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 9
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln

Chapter 9 – Construction Basics

  • Which building codes direct construction in New YorkState.

  • The requirements to complete a construction project.

  • The major systems that run a home, including heating,cooling, plumbing, electrical, and waste systems.

  • The mandated guarantees and warranties for newconstruction and renovations.

Chapter 9A – Environmental Issues and Property Concerns

  • What New York State environmental law requires.

  • Why the EPA was established and what it does.

  • What constitutes wetlands and why they are protected.

  • How to recognize common environmental hazards and howto deal with them.

  • The real estate professional’s obligations related toenvironmental issues.



Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/20/2020 6:00pm
Event
Broker Class 4
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
William Seto

Class The Broker’s Office 


Bill Seto Is a Principal Broker and a NYS Certified Real Estate Educator. Bill, specializes in all phases of Real Estate starting with Consulting, Development, Commercial Leasing and Sales. Graduating in Architecture, he has applied his training into his Real Estate endeavors. Being in the Real Estate arena for the last 30 years, and a Broker/Owner, supervised a Sales force of over 265  agents selling and leasing commercial properties in the Metro New York area, Bill has accumulated vast experience which enables him to be figure of conversation among his peers as a person to contact when troubleshooting any real estate situation.


Bill is also the President of The Chinese American Real Estate Association, which has a member base of over 300 Real Estate Professionals throughout the New York area. Certified as a NYS Real Estate Instructor / Educator, he is often invited to lecture at NYC’s top Real Estate Institutes. A frequent guest of the media, Bill has contributed his thoughts and ideas through many of the real estate editorials: NY Times, The Real Deal, Real Estate Weekly, Crains Business, World Journal and Sing Tao Newspapers and recently interviewed by CNBC. As he leads his group of professional Associates into not only New York Real Estate, but reaching abroad into international Real Estate opportunity Investments.


Date
02/20/2020 6:00pm
Event
BPO's
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
John Peitler

Among the many topics, this class will include:

  1. BPO Defined
    1. BPO-vs-Appraisal
    2. BPO-vs-CMA
    3. BPO-vs-MSR
    4. Interior Inspections
    5. Exterior/Drive-by Inspections
    6. AS-IS Valuation
    7. Fair Market Valuation
    8. AS-IS Repaired Valuation
    9. Probable Sales Price
    10. Suggested List Price
    11. BPO Risk Management
    12. Typical BPO Fee Structure

 

  1. PURPOSE – Why BPO’s Are Ordered
    1. Short Sales
    2. REO Marketing And Pricing Strategies
    3. Bulk Institutional Sales
    4. Relocation
    5. Pre-Foreclosure Evaluation
    6. Legal Disputes: Matrimonial, Business and Tax Appeal
    7. Mortgage Fraud
    8. Seller Pre-Marketing
  1. Methodology and Guidelines
    1. Selecting Comparables-Sold and Listed
    2. Bracketing
    3. Calculating Adjustments
    4. Determining Condition
    5. Functional Obsolescence
    6. Environmental, Structural, Mechanical and Cosmetic Issues
    7. Percentage of Homeowners -vs- Renters
    8. Percentage of REO’s -vs- Homeowners
    9. Percentage of New Construction
    10. Percentage of Short Sales
    11. Urban, Suburban and Rural Settings
    12. Neighborhood Geographic Boundaries
    13. Narrative Regarding Subject And Neighborhood
    14. Proper Photos


register

John has been in the Real Estate and Finance industry since 1989.He started his finance career at American Funding a Brooklyn based mortgage Brokerage company.  He became the manager for the Sheep’s head bay branch and Developed American Funding’s Commercial Department.  It was John’s love of the complexity of commercial Finance that move him to seek out Commercial financing companies.  He became a Managing director at Marine Merchant international bank based in Long Island to learn more about commercial and business loan financing.  From there John moved to become a branch manager for GHMC, and then built a commercial Branch for All Money Mortgage Bankers before finding his home at Diversified financial.

He started Diversified Residential and Commercial Services 11 years ago after his partners retired, and holds his NY Real Estate Brokers license since 2004 and His Pennsylvania Brokers license since 2012. Diversified is a  Full service real estate brokerage company and also a Commercial and residential mortgage brokerage company.  John has financed 100’s of Millions of dollars of properties in 39 of the 50 states in the country, with his largest financing transaction to date of $22,800,000.

Date
02/20/2020 6:30pm
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 1.5hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/21/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 18
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 3.75hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
John Peitler


Chapter 18 – Property Management

  • Licensing requirements for property managers in NewYork.

  • What skills are necessary to be a successful propertymanager.

  • What comprises the management agreement used to set upand support property management.

  • Which budgets and reports property managers mustdevelop and analyze.

  • How to effectively advertise, market, and lease managedproperties.

John has been in the Real Estate and Finance industry since 1989.He started his finance career at American Funding a Brooklyn based mortgage Brokerage company.  He became the manager for the Sheep’s head bay branch and Developed American Funding’s Commercial Department.  It was John’s love of the complexity of commercial Finance that move him to seek out Commercial financing companies.  He became a Managing director at Marine Merchant international bank based in Long Island to learn more about commercial and business loan financing.  From there John moved to become a branch manager for GHMC, and then built a commercial Branch for All Money Mortgage Bankers before finding his home at Diversified financial.

He started Diversified Residential and Commercial Services 11 years ago after his partners retired, and holds his NY Real Estate Brokers license since 2004 and His Pennsylvania Brokers license since 2012. Diversified is a  Full service real estate brokerage company and also a Commercial and residential mortgage brokerage company.  John has financed 100’s of Millions of dollars of properties in 39 of the 50 states in the country, with his largest financing transaction to date of $22,800,000.

Date
02/21/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 13
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett


Chapter 13 – Overview of Real Estate Finance

  • What instruments are used to finance the purchase ofreal estate.

  • The difference between primary and secondary mortgagemarkets.

  • Types of primary mortgage lenders and their areas ofspecialty.

  • Methods by which a mortgage loan is repaid.

  • The purpose of private mortgage insurance and how itworks.

  • Indicators of predatory lending and how it can beprevented.

Date
02/21/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 17
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Jordan Cooper


Chapter 17 – Condominiums and Cooperatives

  • What a condominium is, how it is developed, and how itoperates.

  • Considerations which condominium purchase andownership.

  • Requirements for the sale and purchase of cooperatives.

  • How condos and co-ops differ.

  • How a condop is created.

Mr. Jordan Cooper, Partner: Jordan was a Top Producer at a large real estate firm for several years prior to co-founding Cooper & Cooper with his brother, Jeremy.  Jordan served as an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Financial Institutions Group.  His deal experience includes several high-profile transactions, most notably the $3 billion demutualization & IPO of Prudential Insurance, and the $30 billion acquisition of Associates First Capital by Citigroup.  Jordan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harvard University with a degree in Economics.

Date
02/21/2020 9:30am
Event
The Importance of Credit & Credit Scores to the RE Transaction
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln


Among the many topics, this class will include:

  • How credit and credit scores can make or break a sale.

  • The Fico score - used by banks to access the risk of mortgage applicants.

  • What is derogatory information and how does it affect credit scores.

  • Credit and the law. The Fair Credit Reporting Act.

  • Length of time information stays on reports.

  • The different types of Inquiries.

  1. Soft inquiries

  2. Hard inquiries

  • Biggest mistakes people make in managing their credit

  • Educating your buyers on credit. 

register


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/21/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 1
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Aaron Isquith

Chapter 1 – The Independent Contractor or Employee

  • Differentiate between employees and independentcontractors.

  • Identify the criteria that must be met to be classifiedas an independent contractor.

  • Describe state and federal laws related to independentcontractors.

Chapter 1-A – Real Estate License Law

  • List the different types of real estate licensecatergories.

  • Identify the types of real estate brokers licenses.

  • Explain the requirements to become a real estate brokeror salesperson.

  • Explain a broker’s responsibility to the salesperson.

  • Identify acts that could warrant the suspension orrevocation of a license.


Aaron Isquith is a successful Associate Broker with Dwell Residential in Park Slope; prior to that, he was with Warren Lewis Realty/Sotheby's International, also in Park Slope.
 
He has always loved teaching, and feels that while skills can be learned, and ethics imparted through example, each new realtor has to find her own style and techniques in this profession.
 
Aaron has great depth in cooperative management, and was a board member of his 111 unit cooperative corporation for many years, serving both as Treasurer and President. As such, he knows, first hand, the intricacies of building management, board responsibilities and the basics of construction. As a board member and realtor, he has dealt with financial institutions and lawyers, and is fluent with the needs of both buyers and sellers.
 
Because of the depth of his knowledge of cooperatives, he knows what boards are looking for in applicants, and when he represents purchasers, he ensures that his clients fully understood the process and application demands. In fact, Aaron reviews each cooperative purchase application, ensuring that each of his clients are able to present themselves in the best light.
 
Aaron is firmly convinced that his personal needs and commissions take second place to his client's needs and desires. Better to treat a client honestly and ethically than to earn a quick commission.
 
He believes in long-term thinking, and his client base reflects this. He has clients who have purchased than sold and purchased again through Aaron as their realtor. He believes that even though there may be no purchase or sale imminent, time and effort is never wasted in fostering a relationship. He has maintained relationships which only years later resulted in a listing. 
 
As such, many of his clients have become dear friends.
 
Aaron is predominantly a lister and is thankful for the many referrals that come his way due to his honesty and firm grip on ethics and responsibility. A realtor is a professional, and must be fully cognizant of his fiduciary responsibilities to his clients.
 
Aaron was a visiting scholar at a major university, and at the same time, delivered numerous lectures to audiences of up to 600 people. Concurrent to the university, he worked with the National Park System as an expert on Hohokam petroglyphs, and often walked the national park trails ensuring hiker safety. Now, he volunteers at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, meets visitors from all over the world, and describes the immigrant experience through Ellis Island history and personal family experience.
 
He and his wife have lived on Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn since the early 1980s, enjoy traveling, hiking, reading and serious music. And he is still amazed that he attended the last Brooklyn Dodger game at Ebbets Field.


Date
02/21/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/21/2020 12:15pm
Event
Sales Class 12
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

Chapter 12 – Contracts and Contract Preparation

  • Basic concepts of contract law.

  • The essential elements of a valid contract.

  • How the statute of frauds applies to contracts.

  • How contracts may be terminated.

  • What information is needed to prepare a sales contract.

Chapter 12-A – Leases

  • How to distinguish among the different types ofleasehold estates.

  • The purpose of different types of lease options.

  • How covenants affect lease contracts.

  • How leases may be terminated and when it is acceptableto begin the process of eviction.

  • The difference between rent control and rentstabilization.

Date
02/21/2020 1:00pm
Event
Kian Real Estate
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Charlie Doolan

Kian Real Estate

Date
02/21/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 2
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Aaron Isquith

Chapter 2 – Law of Agency

  • Describe ways in which an agency relationship iscreated.

  • Identify legal forms of agency in New York.

  • Define different types of agency relationships.

  • Explain circumstances that may terminate the agencyrelationship.

  • Identify the fiduciary duties an agent owes to aclient.


Aaron Isquith is a successful Associate Broker with Dwell Residential in Park Slope; prior to that, he was with Warren Lewis Realty/Sotheby's International, also in Park Slope.
 
He has always loved teaching, and feels that while skills can be learned, and ethics imparted through example, each new realtor has to find her own style and techniques in this profession.
 
Aaron has great depth in cooperative management, and was a board member of his 111 unit cooperative corporation for many years, serving both as Treasurer and President. As such, he knows, first hand, the intricacies of building management, board responsibilities and the basics of construction. As a board member and realtor, he has dealt with financial institutions and lawyers, and is fluent with the needs of both buyers and sellers.
 
Because of the depth of his knowledge of cooperatives, he knows what boards are looking for in applicants, and when he represents purchasers, he ensures that his clients fully understood the process and application demands. In fact, Aaron reviews each cooperative purchase application, ensuring that each of his clients are able to present themselves in the best light.
 
Aaron is firmly convinced that his personal needs and commissions take second place to his client's needs and desires. Better to treat a client honestly and ethically than to earn a quick commission.
 
He believes in long-term thinking, and his client base reflects this. He has clients who have purchased than sold and purchased again through Aaron as their realtor. He believes that even though there may be no purchase or sale imminent, time and effort is never wasted in fostering a relationship. He has maintained relationships which only years later resulted in a listing. 
 
As such, many of his clients have become dear friends.
 
Aaron is predominantly a lister and is thankful for the many referrals that come his way due to his honesty and firm grip on ethics and responsibility. A realtor is a professional, and must be fully cognizant of his fiduciary responsibilities to his clients.
 
Aaron was a visiting scholar at a major university, and at the same time, delivered numerous lectures to audiences of up to 600 people. Concurrent to the university, he worked with the National Park System as an expert on Hohokam petroglyphs, and often walked the national park trails ensuring hiker safety. Now, he volunteers at Ellis Island National Museum of Immigration, meets visitors from all over the world, and describes the immigrant experience through Ellis Island history and personal family experience.
 
He and his wife have lived on Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn since the early 1980s, enjoy traveling, hiking, reading and serious music. And he is still amazed that he attended the last Brooklyn Dodger game at Ebbets Field.


Date
02/21/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 18
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln


Chapter 18 – Property Management

  • Licensing requirements for property managers in NewYork.

  • What skills are necessary to be a successful propertymanager.

  • What comprises the management agreement used to set upand support property management.

  • Which budgets and reports property managers mustdevelop and analyze.

  • How to effectively advertise, market, and lease managedproperties.


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/21/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 17
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 3.75hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
John Peitler


Chapter 17 – Condominiums and Cooperatives

  • What a condominium is, how it is developed, and how itoperates.

  • Considerations which condominium purchase andownership.

  • Requirements for the sale and purchase of cooperatives.

  • How condos and co-ops differ.

  • How a condop is created.

John has been in the Real Estate and Finance industry since 1989.He started his finance career at American Funding a Brooklyn based mortgage Brokerage company.  He became the manager for the Sheep’s head bay branch and Developed American Funding’s Commercial Department.  It was John’s love of the complexity of commercial Finance that move him to seek out Commercial financing companies.  He became a Managing director at Marine Merchant international bank based in Long Island to learn more about commercial and business loan financing.  From there John moved to become a branch manager for GHMC, and then built a commercial Branch for All Money Mortgage Bankers before finding his home at Diversified financial.

He started Diversified Residential and Commercial Services 11 years ago after his partners retired, and holds his NY Real Estate Brokers license since 2004 and His Pennsylvania Brokers license since 2012. Diversified is a  Full service real estate brokerage company and also a Commercial and residential mortgage brokerage company.  John has financed 100’s of Millions of dollars of properties in 39 of the 50 states in the country, with his largest financing transaction to date of $22,800,000.

Date
02/21/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 14
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett


Chapter 14 – Mortgage Basics

  • Types of mortgages and their particular uses.

  • Typical legal clauses found in mortgages.

  • The process of judicial foreclosure and the equitableright of redemption.

  • Lending regulations designed to protect borrowers.

  • What information is required on a loan application.

  • Qualifying standards for conventional, FHA-insured, andVA-guaranteed loans.

  • The difference between a mortgage banker and a mortgagebroker.

  • What the responsibilities of a mortgage broker are.

  • The state registration requirements for mortgagebrokers.

  • New York requirements for dual agency disclosure.

Date
02/21/2020 4:00pm
Event
Sales Class 11
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

Chapter 11 – Human Rights and Fair Housing

  • Describe the evolution of fair housing laws.

  • Identify examples of discrimination.

  • Explain federal Fair Housing Laws and practices.

  • Define elements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Utilize acceptable advertising guidelines.

  • Identify implications of violation fair housingmandates.

  • Describe the elements of New York State law related tofair housing.

  • Recognize the authority of the New York Civil RightsCommission.

Date
02/22/2020 8:45am
Event
Next Stop NY
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Next Stop NY

Date
02/22/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 4
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln

Chapter 4 – Law of Agency

  • Other Types of Disclosure and Antitrust Laws


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/22/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 13
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 13 – Overview of Real Estate Finance

  • What instruments are used to finance the purchase ofreal estate.

  • The difference between primary and secondary mortgagemarkets.

  • Types of primary mortgage lenders and their areas ofspecialty.

  • Methods by which a mortgage loan is repaid.

  • The purpose of private mortgage insurance and how itworks.

  • Indicators of predatory lending and how it can beprevented.

Date
02/22/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 19
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett


Chapter 19 – Commercial and Investment Properties 1

  • License requirements for commercial real estate.

  • Considerations for different types of investmentproperties.

  • How rent is calculated on commercial space.

  • How commercial leases are structured.

Date
02/22/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 20
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 3.75hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
Richard Lovell


Chapter 20 – Commercial and Investment Properties 2

  • Characteristics of real property investment.

  • How risk affects property investment.

  • The components of the cash flow model and how it isapplied to most investment opportunities.

  • How to evaluate the income potential of an investmentproperty and determine its value to an investor.

Date
02/22/2020 9:30am
Event
Strategic Concepts For The Real Estate Professional
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 7.50hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steven Goldberg

Strategic Concepts For The Real Estate Professional

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Steve Goldberg is an experienced tax and real estateattorney with an active legal practice and years of experience teaching at theNew York Real Estate Institute and other institutions.  He has published four tax textbooks, numerousarticles, and given many lectures.  Heteaches real estate closings, title searches, multi-family housing, real estatetaxation, as well as basic real estate licensing and continuing educationclasses.  He adds practical experienceand stories from his legal, real estate, and tax work.  These examples help students understandsimple and complex real estate and tax strategies (1031 exchanges, residentialand commercial transactions, and estate and pension issues).  He is a dynamic and passionate teacher who assureshis students an exciting learning experience. Steve Goldberg, Esq. received his LL.M in Taxation from New YorkUniversity Graduate School of Law, his J.D. from New York University School ofLaw, and his B.S. in Accounting from Brooklyn College.


Date
02/22/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 3
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo

Chapter 3 – Law of Agency

  • Disclosure and Listing Forma

Date
02/22/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/22/2020 1:00pm
Event
School Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 2hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo
register
Date
02/22/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 20
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett


Chapter 20 – Commercial and Investment Properties 2

  • Characteristics of real property investment.

  • How risk affects property investment.

  • The components of the cash flow model and how it isapplied to most investment opportunities.

  • How to evaluate the income potential of an investmentproperty and determine its value to an investor.

Date
02/22/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 3
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln

Chapter 3 – Law of Agency

  • Disclosure and Listing Forma


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/22/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 19
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 3.75hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
Richard Lovell


Chapter 19 – Commercial and Investment Properties 1

  • License requirements for commercial real estate.

  • Considerations for different types of investmentproperties.

  • How rent is calculated on commercial space.

  • How commercial leases are structured.

Date
02/22/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 4
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo

Chapter 4 – Law of Agency

  • Other Types of Disclosure and Antitrust Laws

Date
02/22/2020 3:00pm
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 1.5hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/23/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 6
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln

Chapter 6 – Deeds

  • The purpose of a deed.

  • Essential elements of a valid deed.

  • How to distinguish among the different forms of deeds.

  • About a property’s legal description.

  • Methods of transferring title.

Chapter 6-A – Real Estate Closings

  • The purpose of the public records system.

  • The significance of a marketable title.

  • The documents necessary for closing.

  • Which closing costs are paid by a buyer and by aseller.

  • How to calculate prorations.


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/23/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 11
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 11 – Human Rights and Fair Housing

  • Describe the evolution of fair housing laws.

  • Identify examples of discrimination.

  • Explain federal Fair Housing Laws and practices.

  • Define elements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Utilize acceptable advertising guidelines.

  • Identify implications of violation fair housingmandates.

  • Describe the elements of New York State law related tofair housing.

  • Recognize the authority of the New York Civil RightsCommission.

Date
02/23/2020 9:30am
Event
New York Landlord - Tenant Law - Part I
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Salvador Rozenberg

Among the many topics, this class will include:

This course will cover the laws concerning residential and non-residential tenancies in New York. It will address the rights and obligations of owners and occupants. The course will analyze lease provisions of rent-regulated apartments and commercial properties. The termination of the landlord-tenant relationship including legal proceedings will be discussed in detail.


register
Date
02/23/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/23/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 5
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Donald Lincoln

Chapter 5 – Easements and Liens

  • Differentiate types of easements and who benefits fromthem.

  • How easements may be created.

  • The difference between easements and licenses.

  • The difference between encumbrances and encroachments.

  • Various types of liens.

  • The impact of liens on property.

  • Adverse possession and the requirements necessary for it.


Donald began his lucrative career in 1980 as a mortgagebroker, arranging real estate loans for residential and commercialclients.  Through the years, he hasworked extensively in the mortgage, property management, and real estate industriesin New York City.  In 2006, he became alicensed mortgage and real estate instructor, who has authored and obtained NYDepartment of State approval for over twenty different courses, with topicsincluding Real Estate Salesperson/Broker Licensing, Tax Liens, and Real EstateInvestment Strategies.  Most notably, heco-authored the NMLS-approved textbook for the New York State-Licensed MortgageLoan Originators on the topic of continuing education requirement, which waspublished by Hondros Learning in 2013.

 

Donald’s approach to education integrates real-worldexperiences from his rich background and expertise in the fields of Mortgage,Property Management and Real Estate.  Heteaches a variety of disciplines such as the Real Estate Salesperson LicensingCourse, Mortgage Loan Originator Licensing Course, and various ContinuingEducation courses.


Date
02/23/2020 1:30pm
Event
New York Landlord - Tenant Law - Part II
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Salvador Rozenberg

Among the many topics, this class will include:

This course will cover the laws concerning residential and non-residential tenancies in New York. It will address the rights and obligations of owners and occupants. The course will analyze lease provisions of rent-regulated apartments and commercial properties. The termination of the landlord-tenant relationship including legal proceedings will be discussed in detail.


register
Date
02/23/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 12
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 12 – Contracts and Contract Preparation

  • Basic concepts of contract law.

  • The essential elements of a valid contract.

  • How the statute of frauds applies to contracts.

  • How contracts may be terminated.

  • What information is needed to prepare a sales contract.

Chapter 12-A – Leases

  • How to distinguish among the different types ofleasehold estates.

  • The purpose of different types of lease options.

  • How covenants affect lease contracts.

  • How leases may be terminated and when it is acceptableto begin the process of eviction.

  • The difference between rent control and rentstabilization.

Date
02/24/2020 9:00am
Event
School Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 2hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield
register

Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/24/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 2
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 2 – Law of Agency

  • Describe ways in which an agency relationship iscreated.

  • Identify legal forms of agency in New York.

  • Define different types of agency relationships.

  • Explain circumstances that may terminate the agencyrelationship.

  • Identify the fiduciary duties an agent owes to aclient.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/24/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 5
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Desiree McTear

Chapter 5 – Easements and Liens

  • Differentiate types of easements and who benefits fromthem.

  • How easements may be created.

  • The difference between easements and licenses.

  • The difference between encumbrances and encroachments.

  • Various types of liens.

  • The impact of liens on property.

  • Adverse possession and the requirements necessary for it.

Date
02/24/2020 11:00am
Event
Bouklis Group
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Tom Bouklis

Bouklis Group

Date
02/24/2020 1:00pm
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 1.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/24/2020 1:00pm
Event
Meier Real Estate
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Mike Meier

To get a glimpse into our agent training, meet our agents, and experience or dynamic culture, visit us on Facebook  @MichaelMeierNYC.  Also watch our Facebook LIVE show "Real Estate Social Rockstars" to meet influential people in the industry and accelerate your career as an agent.

Meier Real Estate is leading the next generation of real estate brokers with innovative strategies that disrupt the market and get results. Founded by Michael Meier, our cutting-edge, highly personal approach has made Meier Real Estate an unbeatable success in premium real estate with over 20 years experience and 750 million in sales.
Our mission is to give people the freedom they need to buy, sell and rent homes with confidence. With exceptional values, proven strategies, and an unrivaled team of agents, we aim to provide our clients with the best possible outcome in every home decision they make.

The Meier Real Estate Values

Proactive: Always make the first move.
Strategic: Know what works, and make it work better.
Creative: For best results, think outside the box.
Personal: Because relationships are everything.
Collaboration: Working together we can accomplish more.
Loyalty: Every great business is built on trust.

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Michael Meier is the founder of MEIER Real Estate a luxury Manhattan brokerage firm.  Over the last 10 years he successfully sold $750 million worth of properties.  Now he's sharing everything he has learned with you, so you can double and even quadruple your business.  

Helping agents grow their careers is his passion.  His agents have closed $20 million in their first year, another listed $4 million of property in 3 months, and most recently an agent closed 5 properties in just 1 week!

If you are a new or experienced agent who is eager to expand their skill sets and stand out from the crowd, you have come to the right place. He shares a lot of FREE agent training on his Facebook page, so check out: www.Facebook.com/MichaelMeierNYC

Date
02/24/2020 1:00pm
Event
Sales Class 14
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 14 – Mortgage Basics

  • Types of mortgages and their particular uses.

  • Typical legal clauses found in mortgages.

  • The process of judicial foreclosure and the equitableright of redemption.

  • Lending regulations designed to protect borrowers.

  • What information is required on a loan application.

  • Qualifying standards for conventional, FHA-insured, andVA-guaranteed loans.

  • The difference between a mortgage banker and a mortgagebroker.

  • What the responsibilities of a mortgage broker are.

  • The state registration requirements for mortgagebrokers.

  • New York requirements for dual agency disclosure.

Date
02/24/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 1
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

Chapter 1 – The Independent Contractor or Employee

  • Differentiate between employees and independentcontractors.

  • Identify the criteria that must be met to be classifiedas an independent contractor.

  • Describe state and federal laws related to independentcontractors.

Chapter 1-A – Real Estate License Law

  • List the different types of real estate licensecatergories.

  • Identify the types of real estate brokers licenses.

  • Explain the requirements to become a real estate brokeror salesperson.

  • Explain a broker’s responsibility to the salesperson.

  • Identify acts that could warrant the suspension orrevocation of a license.

Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/24/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 6
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Desiree McTear

Chapter 6 – Deeds

  • The purpose of a deed.

  • Essential elements of a valid deed.

  • How to distinguish among the different forms of deeds.

  • About a property’s legal description.

  • Methods of transferring title.

Chapter 6-A – Real Estate Closings

  • The purpose of the public records system.

  • The significance of a marketable title.

  • The documents necessary for closing.

  • Which closing costs are paid by a buyer and by aseller.

  • How to calculate prorations.

Date
02/24/2020 3:00pm
Event
Broker Exam
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 2hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

TBD

Date
02/24/2020 3:00pm
Event
Remedial Exam
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 1.0hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Mondays at 3pm

attend
Date
02/24/2020 4:00pm
Event
State Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 2hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

State Tutoring


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As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/24/2020 5:00pm
Event
Sales Class 15
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 15 – Municipal Agencies

  • The administrative divisions within New York State.

  • The roles and responsibilities of municipal agencies inNew York State.

  • How these agencies can help you as a real estateprofessional.

Date
02/24/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 10
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 10 – The Valuation and Process and PricingProperties

  • Differentiate between comparative market analysis andappraisals.

  • Discuss the definition of market value.

  • Explain the difference between value, price, and cost.

  • Explain how and why a SMA is used.

  • Explain the salesperson’s role in the valuation processand pricing properties.

  • List the three approaches to determining value.

Chapter 10-A – Real Estate Math

  • Measure square footage and acreage.

  • Calculate commission.

  • Calculate the net to seller.

  • Calculate annual interest.

  • Calculate percentage of profit and loss.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/24/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 5
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Richard Lovell

Chapter 5 – Easements and Liens

  • Differentiate types of easements and who benefits fromthem.

  • How easements may be created.

  • The difference between easements and licenses.

  • The difference between encumbrances and encroachments.

  • Various types of liens.

  • The impact of liens on property.

  • Adverse possession and the requirements necessary for it.

Date
02/25/2020 8:45am
Event
Next Stop NY
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Next Stop NY

Date
02/25/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 16
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 16 – Real Estate Taxes and Assessments

  • The purpose of property taxation.

  • Who may be exempt from property taxes.

  • How properties are assessed and by whom.

  • How to calculate property taxes.

  • How equalization affects property taxes.

  • The process property owners follow to challenge assessments.

Date
02/25/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 4
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 4 – Law of Agency

  • Other Types of Disclosure and Antitrust Laws


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/25/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 19
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo


Chapter 19 – Commercial and Investment Properties 1

  • License requirements for commercial real estate.

  • Considerations for different types of investmentproperties.

  • How rent is calculated on commercial space.

  • How commercial leases are structured.

Date
02/25/2020 9:30am
Event
Commercial Real Estate Certificate (Not CE Pack - Additional Cos
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 19.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

This class will present a basic comprehensive survey and examination of the field of commercial real estate, including commercial leasing, investment building purchases and sales, and case studies of commercial transactions; as well as an examination of the current state of the commercial real estate market in New York and what we can expect for coming year and beyond.

We will present a more in-depth review of commercial real estate in response to the demand for more material than we have been able to cover in the popular "Introduction to Commercial Real Estate" class, currently offered at the NYREI, as well as for those who just want to learn more about the interesting and potentially profitable world of commercial real estate transactions.

Upon completion of this class, you will receive a Certificate in Commercial Real Estate from the New York Real Estate Institute.


Among the many topics, this class will include:

Commercial Leasing

  • Basic types and terminology of commercial transactions.
  • Differences between commercial and residential real estate practices.
  • Types of commercial leases
  • Fair Housing laws and how they apply in commercial real estate
  • Leasing vs. Subleasing – definitions and the advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Issues regarding "location" and client needs
  • Working with commercial tenants & identifying their "real" needs
  • The features of commercial space – building features - hours of operation, elevators, availability of water, storage, traffic, etc.
  • Discussion of various tenants with special needs
  • Classes of Commercial Buildings – A, B, C & F buildings
  • How commercial space is measured, "loss factors" – rentable vs. useable space.
  • Additional costs – "Pass throughs" - electric, taxes & utilities
  • Commercial rent escalations & lease renewals
  • The process of finding & researching commercial space
  • Computerized Research Tools & How to Use Them – Property Shark, OLR, Loopnet & CoStar, Craigslist, etc.
  • The anatomy of a business leasing transaction
  • Commercial leasing case studies
  • Preparing, submitting & negotiating a commercial offer
  • Financial information/ Landlord location visits

Commissions & Getting Paid

  • The Lehman Scale
  • Other techniques and trends in computing commissions
  • Review of commission agreements & broker protection

Building Investment Sales & Purchases

  • Basic overview of sales & purchases
  • Types of Investment Properties
  • Reasons people buy & sell buildings
  • Flip transaction
  • The 1031 Exchange
  • Knowing your buyer & seller – buy & sell vs. hold
  • Issues in property location & buying strategies
  • Finding Buildings for Sale
  • Review of building Set-ups & basic information presented and weeding through Seller provided information & set-ups
  • Viewing & Inspection Issues
  • Financial Analyses – Measurement of Value & Financial Performance
  • Computation of accurate revenues, expenses & net income
  • Capitalization rates, gross rent multipliers
  • Debt service coverage, break even ratios, "cash-on cash"
  • Comparables – neighborhood & building analysis
  • Mortgage assumability and financial considerations
  • Distressed properties/Foreclosed properties
  • A purchase or sale offering & what it contains
  • "Due Diligence" and structural issues
  • Researching & dealing with building violations – DOB & ECB Violations
  • NYC building inspections
  • The broker's role in closing the transaction
  • Post-closing Exit Strategies
  • Case studies & analyses



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Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/25/2020 11:00am
Event
TripleMint
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

TripleMint

Date
02/25/2020 12:45pm
Event
Sales Class 17
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 17 – Condominiums and Cooperatives

  • What a condominium is, how it is developed, and how itoperates.

  • Considerations which condominium purchase andownership.

  • Requirements for the sale and purchase of cooperatives.

  • How condos and co-ops differ.

  • How a condop is created.

Date
02/25/2020 1:00pm
Event
Oxford Property Group
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Oxford Property Group

Date
02/25/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 20
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo


Chapter 20 – Commercial and Investment Properties 2

  • Characteristics of real property investment.

  • How risk affects property investment.

  • The components of the cash flow model and how it isapplied to most investment opportunities.

  • How to evaluate the income potential of an investmentproperty and determine its value to an investor.

Date
02/25/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 3
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 3 – Law of Agency

  • Disclosure and Listing Forma


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/25/2020 4:30pm
Event
School Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 2hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo
register
Date
02/25/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 11
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 11 – Human Rights and Fair Housing

  • Describe the evolution of fair housing laws.

  • Identify examples of discrimination.

  • Explain federal Fair Housing Laws and practices.

  • Define elements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Utilize acceptable advertising guidelines.

  • Identify implications of violation fair housingmandates.

  • Describe the elements of New York State law related tofair housing.

  • Recognize the authority of the New York Civil RightsCommission.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/25/2020 6:00pm
Event
Broker Class 5
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Erik Alberti

Class Real Estate Finance

Date
02/25/2020 6:00pm
Event
Kian Real Estate
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Charlie Doolan

Kian Real Estate

Date
02/25/2020 6:30pm
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 1.5hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/26/2020 8:45am
Event
Scope
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 1.0hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Scope

Date
02/26/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 6
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 6 – Deeds

  • The purpose of a deed.

  • Essential elements of a valid deed.

  • How to distinguish among the different forms of deeds.

  • About a property’s legal description.

  • Methods of transferring title.

Chapter 6-A – Real Estate Closings

  • The purpose of the public records system.

  • The significance of a marketable title.

  • The documents necessary for closing.

  • Which closing costs are paid by a buyer and by aseller.

  • How to calculate prorations.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/26/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 2
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 2 – Law of Agency

  • Describe ways in which an agency relationship iscreated.

  • Identify legal forms of agency in New York.

  • Define different types of agency relationships.

  • Explain circumstances that may terminate the agencyrelationship.

  • Identify the fiduciary duties an agent owes to aclient.

Date
02/26/2020 9:30am
Event
Commercial Real Estate Certificate (Not CE Pack - Additional Cos
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 19.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

This class will present a basic comprehensive survey and examination of the field of commercial real estate, including commercial leasing, investment building purchases and sales, and case studies of commercial transactions; as well as an examination of the current state of the commercial real estate market in New York and what we can expect for coming year and beyond.

We will present a more in-depth review of commercial real estate in response to the demand for more material than we have been able to cover in the popular "Introduction to Commercial Real Estate" class, currently offered at the NYREI, as well as for those who just want to learn more about the interesting and potentially profitable world of commercial real estate transactions.

Upon completion of this class, you will receive a Certificate in Commercial Real Estate from the New York Real Estate Institute.


Among the many topics, this class will include:

Commercial Leasing

  • Basic types and terminology of commercial transactions.
  • Differences between commercial and residential real estate practices.
  • Types of commercial leases
  • Fair Housing laws and how they apply in commercial real estate
  • Leasing vs. Subleasing – definitions and the advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Issues regarding "location" and client needs
  • Working with commercial tenants & identifying their "real" needs
  • The features of commercial space – building features - hours of operation, elevators, availability of water, storage, traffic, etc.
  • Discussion of various tenants with special needs
  • Classes of Commercial Buildings – A, B, C & F buildings
  • How commercial space is measured, "loss factors" – rentable vs. useable space.
  • Additional costs – "Pass throughs" - electric, taxes & utilities
  • Commercial rent escalations & lease renewals
  • The process of finding & researching commercial space
  • Computerized Research Tools & How to Use Them – Property Shark, OLR, Loopnet & CoStar, Craigslist, etc.
  • The anatomy of a business leasing transaction
  • Commercial leasing case studies
  • Preparing, submitting & negotiating a commercial offer
  • Financial information/ Landlord location visits

Commissions & Getting Paid

  • The Lehman Scale
  • Other techniques and trends in computing commissions
  • Review of commission agreements & broker protection

Building Investment Sales & Purchases

  • Basic overview of sales & purchases
  • Types of Investment Properties
  • Reasons people buy & sell buildings
  • Flip transaction
  • The 1031 Exchange
  • Knowing your buyer & seller – buy & sell vs. hold
  • Issues in property location & buying strategies
  • Finding Buildings for Sale
  • Review of building Set-ups & basic information presented and weeding through Seller provided information & set-ups
  • Viewing & Inspection Issues
  • Financial Analyses – Measurement of Value & Financial Performance
  • Computation of accurate revenues, expenses & net income
  • Capitalization rates, gross rent multipliers
  • Debt service coverage, break even ratios, "cash-on cash"
  • Comparables – neighborhood & building analysis
  • Mortgage assumability and financial considerations
  • Distressed properties/Foreclosed properties
  • A purchase or sale offering & what it contains
  • "Due Diligence" and structural issues
  • Researching & dealing with building violations – DOB & ECB Violations
  • NYC building inspections
  • The broker's role in closing the transaction
  • Post-closing Exit Strategies
  • Case studies & analyses



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Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/26/2020 9:30am
Event
RE Investment/Property Management & Short Sales
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 7.5hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
John Peitler

RE Investment/Property Management & Short Sales

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John has been in the Real Estate and Finance industry since 1989.He started his finance career at American Funding a Brooklyn based mortgage Brokerage company.  He became the manager for the Sheep’s head bay branch and Developed American Funding’s Commercial Department.  It was John’s love of the complexity of commercial Finance that move him to seek out Commercial financing companies.  He became a Managing director at Marine Merchant international bank based in Long Island to learn more about commercial and business loan financing.  From there John moved to become a branch manager for GHMC, and then built a commercial Branch for All Money Mortgage Bankers before finding his home at Diversified financial.

He started Diversified Residential and Commercial Services 11 years ago after his partners retired, and holds his NY Real Estate Brokers license since 2004 and His Pennsylvania Brokers license since 2012. Diversified is a  Full service real estate brokerage company and also a Commercial and residential mortgage brokerage company.  John has financed 100’s of Millions of dollars of properties in 39 of the 50 states in the country, with his largest financing transaction to date of $22,800,000.

Date
02/26/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 11
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo

Chapter 11 – Human Rights and Fair Housing

  • Describe the evolution of fair housing laws.

  • Identify examples of discrimination.

  • Explain federal Fair Housing Laws and practices.

  • Define elements of the Americans with Disabilities Act.

  • Utilize acceptable advertising guidelines.

  • Identify implications of violation fair housingmandates.

  • Describe the elements of New York State law related tofair housing.

  • Recognize the authority of the New York Civil RightsCommission.

Date
02/26/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/26/2020 11:00am
Event
Cooper & Cooper
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Jordan Cooper

Cooper & Cooper

Mr. Jordan Cooper, Partner: Jordan was a Top Producer at a large real estate firm for several years prior to co-founding Cooper & Cooper with his brother, Jeremy.  Jordan served as an investment banker at Goldman, Sachs & Co. in the Financial Institutions Group.  His deal experience includes several high-profile transactions, most notably the $3 billion demutualization & IPO of Prudential Insurance, and the $30 billion acquisition of Associates First Capital by Citigroup.  Jordan graduated Summa Cum Laude from Harvard University with a degree in Economics.

Date
02/26/2020 11:30am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Queens | 1.5hr
Queens
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/26/2020 1:00pm
Event
Anchor Associates - Corporate Office
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

At Anchor Associates, we take the decision of who we choose to partner with very seriously. If you are excited and committed to your new career, we would like to meet you in person.

Please take the time to view our online presence, enjoy our latestYELP.com VIDEO, and read our reviews and decide if we are the right fit for you. Each of our offices has its own unique atmosphere, and we invite you to visit us at any time.

Where you begin to plant your seeds WILL affect how successfully your 'tree' grows. We encourage you to choose your 'garden' wisely!

Date
02/26/2020 1:00pm
Event
Corcoran
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 0.30hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Corcoran is so much more than a full service real estate firm. We're a group of talented people with a passion for finding the best way of living. People who make every effort to help you live who you are. This philosophy guides everything we do at Corcoran to help our clients find homes where they can come to life. For 45 years, we haven't just been around the block. We've been around nearly every block of New York City. In 2003, we expanded into the Hamptons and South Florida. Today we are affiliated with over 2,200 independent agents, have 25 offices and sales that have reached more than $21 billion annually.

Date
02/26/2020 1:00pm
Event
Sales Class 19
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 19 – Commercial and Investment Properties 1

  • License requirements for commercial real estate.

  • Considerations for different types of investmentproperties.

  • How rent is calculated on commercial space.

  • How commercial leases are structured.

Date
02/26/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 12
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo

Chapter 12 – Contracts and Contract Preparation

  • Basic concepts of contract law.

  • The essential elements of a valid contract.

  • How the statute of frauds applies to contracts.

  • How contracts may be terminated.

  • What information is needed to prepare a sales contract.

Chapter 12-A – Leases

  • How to distinguish among the different types ofleasehold estates.

  • The purpose of different types of lease options.

  • How covenants affect lease contracts.

  • How leases may be terminated and when it is acceptableto begin the process of eviction.

  • The difference between rent control and rentstabilization.

Date
02/26/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 1
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 1 – The Independent Contractor or Employee

  • Differentiate between employees and independentcontractors.

  • Identify the criteria that must be met to be classifiedas an independent contractor.

  • Describe state and federal laws related to independentcontractors.

Chapter 1-A – Real Estate License Law

  • List the different types of real estate licensecatergories.

  • Identify the types of real estate brokers licenses.

  • Explain the requirements to become a real estate brokeror salesperson.

  • Explain a broker’s responsibility to the salesperson.

  • Identify acts that could warrant the suspension orrevocation of a license.

Date
02/26/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 5
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 5 – Easements and Liens

  • Differentiate types of easements and who benefits fromthem.

  • How easements may be created.

  • The difference between easements and licenses.

  • The difference between encumbrances and encroachments.

  • Various types of liens.

  • The impact of liens on property.

  • Adverse possession and the requirements necessary for it.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/26/2020 3:00pm
Event
Intro to Real Estate
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Hear about the real-world experience of working as real estate agent; how to begin earning as quickly as possible and build a sustainable and lucrative business.Special Guest Brian Ullman, Senior Managing Director Citi Habitats, Upper East Side Office:

 These questions/topics plus much more will be covered:

Lead generation / where and what to advertise to get your phone ringing right awayGoal setting and business planning / how to set and reach your professional and financial goals in real estateBecoming listing focused / how to generate landlord business in rentalsProspecting for sales listings / For Sale By Owners “FSBOs” and Expired ListingsFarming / Ideas for creating effective mailing campaignsDeveloping your sales business and becoming a “hybrid” agent doing both rentals and salesPreparing your clients for smooth transactionsTime Management / handling the rewards and challenges of being an independent contractorQuestions to ask when interviewing for real estate salesperson position sponsorshipBuilding your referral base and “sphere of influence” or SOI

Date
02/26/2020 5:00pm
Event
Sales Class 18
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 18 – Property Management

  • Licensing requirements for property managers in NewYork.

  • What skills are necessary to be a successful propertymanager.

  • What comprises the management agreement used to set upand support property management.

  • Which budgets and reports property managers mustdevelop and analyze.

  • How to effectively advertise, market, and lease managedproperties.

Date
02/26/2020 6:00pm
Event
Basic Due Diligence For Commercial Real Estate Transactions
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

Basic Due Diligence For Commercial Real Estate Transactions

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Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/26/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 12
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 12 – Contracts and Contract Preparation

  • Basic concepts of contract law.

  • The essential elements of a valid contract.

  • How the statute of frauds applies to contracts.

  • How contracts may be terminated.

  • What information is needed to prepare a sales contract.

Chapter 12-A – Leases

  • How to distinguish among the different types ofleasehold estates.

  • The purpose of different types of lease options.

  • How covenants affect lease contracts.

  • How leases may be terminated and when it is acceptableto begin the process of eviction.

  • The difference between rent control and rentstabilization.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/27/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 8
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 8 – Land Use Regulations

  • How restrictive covenants are created and terminated.

  • The purpose of zoning and how it is classified.

  • Regulations related to the subdivision of land.

  • How land use regulations are enforced.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/27/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 4
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 4 – Law of Agency

  • Other Types of Disclosure and Antitrust Laws

Date
02/27/2020 9:30am
Event
Commercial Real Estate Certificate (Not CE Pack - Additional Cos
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 19.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

This class will present a basic comprehensive survey and examination of the field of commercial real estate, including commercial leasing, investment building purchases and sales, and case studies of commercial transactions; as well as an examination of the current state of the commercial real estate market in New York and what we can expect for coming year and beyond.

We will present a more in-depth review of commercial real estate in response to the demand for more material than we have been able to cover in the popular "Introduction to Commercial Real Estate" class, currently offered at the NYREI, as well as for those who just want to learn more about the interesting and potentially profitable world of commercial real estate transactions.

Upon completion of this class, you will receive a Certificate in Commercial Real Estate from the New York Real Estate Institute.


Among the many topics, this class will include:

Commercial Leasing

  • Basic types and terminology of commercial transactions.
  • Differences between commercial and residential real estate practices.
  • Types of commercial leases
  • Fair Housing laws and how they apply in commercial real estate
  • Leasing vs. Subleasing – definitions and the advantages and disadvantages of each
  • Issues regarding "location" and client needs
  • Working with commercial tenants & identifying their "real" needs
  • The features of commercial space – building features - hours of operation, elevators, availability of water, storage, traffic, etc.
  • Discussion of various tenants with special needs
  • Classes of Commercial Buildings – A, B, C & F buildings
  • How commercial space is measured, "loss factors" – rentable vs. useable space.
  • Additional costs – "Pass throughs" - electric, taxes & utilities
  • Commercial rent escalations & lease renewals
  • The process of finding & researching commercial space
  • Computerized Research Tools & How to Use Them – Property Shark, OLR, Loopnet & CoStar, Craigslist, etc.
  • The anatomy of a business leasing transaction
  • Commercial leasing case studies
  • Preparing, submitting & negotiating a commercial offer
  • Financial information/ Landlord location visits

Commissions & Getting Paid

  • The Lehman Scale
  • Other techniques and trends in computing commissions
  • Review of commission agreements & broker protection

Building Investment Sales & Purchases

  • Basic overview of sales & purchases
  • Types of Investment Properties
  • Reasons people buy & sell buildings
  • Flip transaction
  • The 1031 Exchange
  • Knowing your buyer & seller – buy & sell vs. hold
  • Issues in property location & buying strategies
  • Finding Buildings for Sale
  • Review of building Set-ups & basic information presented and weeding through Seller provided information & set-ups
  • Viewing & Inspection Issues
  • Financial Analyses – Measurement of Value & Financial Performance
  • Computation of accurate revenues, expenses & net income
  • Capitalization rates, gross rent multipliers
  • Debt service coverage, break even ratios, "cash-on cash"
  • Comparables – neighborhood & building analysis
  • Mortgage assumability and financial considerations
  • Distressed properties/Foreclosed properties
  • A purchase or sale offering & what it contains
  • "Due Diligence" and structural issues
  • Researching & dealing with building violations – DOB & ECB Violations
  • NYC building inspections
  • The broker's role in closing the transaction
  • Post-closing Exit Strategies
  • Case studies & analyses



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Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/27/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 13
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo


Chapter 13 – Overview of Real Estate Finance

  • What instruments are used to finance the purchase ofreal estate.

  • The difference between primary and secondary mortgagemarkets.

  • Types of primary mortgage lenders and their areas ofspecialty.

  • Methods by which a mortgage loan is repaid.

  • The purpose of private mortgage insurance and how itworks.

  • Indicators of predatory lending and how it can beprevented.

Date
02/27/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/27/2020 11:00am
Event
Weichert Real Estate
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Weichert Real Estate

Date
02/27/2020 1:00pm
Event
Corcoran
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0.30hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Corcoran is so much more than a full service real estate firm. We're a group of talented people with a passion for finding the best way of living. People who make every effort to help you live who you are. This philosophy guides everything we do at Corcoran to help our clients find homes where they can come to life. For 45 years, we haven't just been around the block. We've been around nearly every block of New York City. In 2003, we expanded into the Hamptons and South Florida. Today we are affiliated with over 2,200 independent agents, have 25 offices and sales that have reached more than $21 billion annually.

Date
02/27/2020 1:00pm
Event
Sales Class 20
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo


Chapter 20 – Commercial and Investment Properties 2

  • Characteristics of real property investment.

  • How risk affects property investment.

  • The components of the cash flow model and how it isapplied to most investment opportunities.

  • How to evaluate the income potential of an investmentproperty and determine its value to an investor.

Date
02/27/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 7
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 7 – Estates and Interests

  • The elements and characteristics of real property.

  • What constitutes real property and personal property.

  • The difference between freehold and leasehold estates.

  • Alternate ways people can take ownership of realproperty.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/27/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 14
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo


Chapter 14 – Mortgage Basics

  • Types of mortgages and their particular uses.

  • Typical legal clauses found in mortgages.

  • The process of judicial foreclosure and the equitableright of redemption.

  • Lending regulations designed to protect borrowers.

  • What information is required on a loan application.

  • Qualifying standards for conventional, FHA-insured, andVA-guaranteed loans.

  • The difference between a mortgage banker and a mortgagebroker.

  • What the responsibilities of a mortgage broker are.

  • The state registration requirements for mortgagebrokers.

  • New York requirements for dual agency disclosure.

Date
02/27/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 3
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 3 – Law of Agency

  • Disclosure and Listing Forma

Date
02/27/2020 3:00pm
Event
TripleMint
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 0.5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

TripleMint

Date
02/27/2020 4:30pm
Event
School Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 2hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo
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Date
02/27/2020 6:00pm
Event
Broker Class 6
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Erik Alberti

Class Real Estate Investments/Math

Date
02/27/2020 6:00pm
Event
Short Sales
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
John Peitler

Among the many topics, this class will include:

  1. SHORT SALE DEFINED

  2. FORECLOSURE PROCESS

  3. CREATING SHORT SALE LEADS

  4. LENDER’S MOTIVATION IN SHORT SALES

  5. SELLER DISCLOSURE REQUIREMENTS

  6. SEVEN STEPS TO SHORT SALE PROCESSING

  7. HUD-1 SETTLEMENT STATEMENT

  8. PROPERTY VALUATION

  9. ANALYZING LENDER ASSESSMENT

  10. SHORT SALE vs ASSET RETENTION 
    COMPARISON

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John has been in the Real Estate and Finance industry since 1989.He started his finance career at American Funding a Brooklyn based mortgage Brokerage company.  He became the manager for the Sheep’s head bay branch and Developed American Funding’s Commercial Department.  It was John’s love of the complexity of commercial Finance that move him to seek out Commercial financing companies.  He became a Managing director at Marine Merchant international bank based in Long Island to learn more about commercial and business loan financing.  From there John moved to become a branch manager for GHMC, and then built a commercial Branch for All Money Mortgage Bankers before finding his home at Diversified financial.

He started Diversified Residential and Commercial Services 11 years ago after his partners retired, and holds his NY Real Estate Brokers license since 2004 and His Pennsylvania Brokers license since 2012. Diversified is a  Full service real estate brokerage company and also a Commercial and residential mortgage brokerage company.  John has financed 100’s of Millions of dollars of properties in 39 of the 50 states in the country, with his largest financing transaction to date of $22,800,000.

Date
02/27/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 6
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Richard Lovell

Chapter 6 – Deeds

  • The purpose of a deed.

  • Essential elements of a valid deed.

  • How to distinguish among the different forms of deeds.

  • About a property’s legal description.

  • Methods of transferring title.

Chapter 6-A – Real Estate Closings

  • The purpose of the public records system.

  • The significance of a marketable title.

  • The documents necessary for closing.

  • Which closing costs are paid by a buyer and by aseller.

  • How to calculate prorations.

Date
02/27/2020 6:00pm
Event
Sales Class 13
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn


Chapter 13 – Overview of Real Estate Finance

  • What instruments are used to finance the purchase ofreal estate.

  • The difference between primary and secondary mortgagemarkets.

  • Types of primary mortgage lenders and their areas ofspecialty.

  • Methods by which a mortgage loan is repaid.

  • The purpose of private mortgage insurance and how itworks.

  • Indicators of predatory lending and how it can beprevented.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/27/2020 6:30pm
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 1.5hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/28/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 6
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 6 – Deeds

  • The purpose of a deed.

  • Essential elements of a valid deed.

  • How to distinguish among the different forms of deeds.

  • About a property’s legal description.

  • Methods of transferring title.

Chapter 6-A – Real Estate Closings

  • The purpose of the public records system.

  • The significance of a marketable title.

  • The documents necessary for closing.

  • Which closing costs are paid by a buyer and by aseller.

  • How to calculate prorations.

Date
02/28/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 10
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

Chapter 10 – The Valuation and Process and PricingProperties

  • Differentiate between comparative market analysis andappraisals.

  • Discuss the definition of market value.

  • Explain the difference between value, price, and cost.

  • Explain how and why a SMA is used.

  • Explain the salesperson’s role in the valuation processand pricing properties.

  • List the three approaches to determining value.

Chapter 10-A – Real Estate Math

  • Measure square footage and acreage.

  • Calculate commission.

  • Calculate the net to seller.

  • Calculate annual interest.

  • Calculate percentage of profit and loss.

Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/28/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 15
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo


Chapter 15 – Municipal Agencies

  • The administrative divisions within New York State.

  • The roles and responsibilities of municipal agencies inNew York State.

  • How these agencies can help you as a real estateprofessional.

Date
02/28/2020 9:30am
Event
Real Estate Contracts
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 7.50hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steven Goldberg


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Steve Goldberg is an experienced tax and real estateattorney with an active legal practice and years of experience teaching at theNew York Real Estate Institute and other institutions.  He has published four tax textbooks, numerousarticles, and given many lectures.  Heteaches real estate closings, title searches, multi-family housing, real estatetaxation, as well as basic real estate licensing and continuing educationclasses.  He adds practical experienceand stories from his legal, real estate, and tax work.  These examples help students understandsimple and complex real estate and tax strategies (1031 exchanges, residentialand commercial transactions, and estate and pension issues).  He is a dynamic and passionate teacher who assureshis students an exciting learning experience. Steve Goldberg, Esq. received his LL.M in Taxation from New YorkUniversity Graduate School of Law, his J.D. from New York University School ofLaw, and his B.S. in Accounting from Brooklyn College.


Date
02/28/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/28/2020 12:15pm
Event
Sales Class 1
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

Chapter 1 – The Independent Contractor or Employee

  • Differentiate between employees and independentcontractors.

  • Identify the criteria that must be met to be classifiedas an independent contractor.

  • Describe state and federal laws related to independentcontractors.

Chapter 1-A – Real Estate License Law

  • List the different types of real estate licensecatergories.

  • Identify the types of real estate brokers licenses.

  • Explain the requirements to become a real estate brokeror salesperson.

  • Explain a broker’s responsibility to the salesperson.

  • Identify acts that could warrant the suspension orrevocation of a license.

Date
02/28/2020 1:00pm
Event
Highline Residential
Classr. Dur.
Room B | .5hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

Highline Residential

Date
02/28/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 16
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Vincent Arrigo


Chapter 16 – Real Estate Taxes and Assessments

  • The purpose of property taxation.

  • Who may be exempt from property taxes.

  • How properties are assessed and by whom.

  • How to calculate property taxes.

  • How equalization affects property taxes.

  • The process property owners follow to challenge assessments.

Date
02/28/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 5
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 5 – Easements and Liens

  • Differentiate types of easements and who benefits fromthem.

  • How easements may be created.

  • The difference between easements and licenses.

  • The difference between encumbrances and encroachments.

  • Various types of liens.

  • The impact of liens on property.

  • Adverse possession and the requirements necessary for it.

Date
02/28/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 9
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield

Chapter 9 – Construction Basics

  • Which building codes direct construction in New YorkState.

  • The requirements to complete a construction project.

  • The major systems that run a home, including heating,cooling, plumbing, electrical, and waste systems.

  • The mandated guarantees and warranties for newconstruction and renovations.

Chapter 9A – Environmental Issues and Property Concerns

  • What New York State environmental law requires.

  • Why the EPA was established and what it does.

  • What constitutes wetlands and why they are protected.

  • How to recognize common environmental hazards and howto deal with them.

  • The real estate professional’s obligations related toenvironmental issues.


Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/28/2020 4:00pm
Event
Sales Class 2
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

Chapter 2 – Law of Agency

  • Describe ways in which an agency relationship iscreated.

  • Identify legal forms of agency in New York.

  • Define different types of agency relationships.

  • Explain circumstances that may terminate the agencyrelationship.

  • Identify the fiduciary duties an agent owes to aclient.

Date
02/29/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 10
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 10 – The Valuation and Process and PricingProperties

  • Differentiate between comparative market analysis andappraisals.

  • Discuss the definition of market value.

  • Explain the difference between value, price, and cost.

  • Explain how and why a SMA is used.

  • Explain the salesperson’s role in the valuation processand pricing properties.

  • List the three approaches to determining value.

Chapter 10-A – Real Estate Math

  • Measure square footage and acreage.

  • Calculate commission.

  • Calculate the net to seller.

  • Calculate annual interest.

  • Calculate percentage of profit and loss.

Date
02/29/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 3
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 3.75hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

Chapter 3 – Law of Agency

  • Disclosure and Listing Forma

Date
02/29/2020 9:00am
Event
Sales Class 8
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 8 – Land Use Regulations

  • How restrictive covenants are created and terminated.

  • The purpose of zoning and how it is classified.

  • Regulations related to the subdivision of land.

  • How land use regulations are enforced.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/29/2020 9:30am
Event
Fair Housing History
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steven Goldberg

This course covers basic fair housing principles which salespersons and brokers are expected to know and practice. The course also examines the Federal, State, local and regulatory codes that shape fair housing as we know it.

Students will gain a deeper understanding of the law by reviewing historical origins and social objectives. The course begins at the time in America when we had "unfair housing," in other words, people living in the forced servitude of slavery. The historical account continues through the Civil War, the Civil Rights era, and the Women's and Disabilities movements to the present day. Landmark Supreme Court cases are also covered in detail, along with examples of enforcement in the real estate industry. This timeline is intended to clarify, amplify and dramatize the laws we follow in real estate practice.

In licensing classes, students were required to memorize fair housing laws and court decisions. In this class, they learn why and how these historic strides were made. Techniques for upholding fair housing law also will be discussed in detail.

Among the many topics, this class will include:
Fair Housing Concepts
Brokerage practices
What Housing is Covered under Fair Housing?
Definitions: "Protected Groups", "Profiling" etc.
Megan's Law
History and Legislation
Federal Laws
Supreme Court Cases
Plessy v. Ferguson, Buchanan v. Warley, Brown v. Board of Ed., Shelley v Kraemer, Jones v Mayer
NY State Legislation and Local Laws
ADA Americans with Disabilities Act
NYC Fair Housing Protections
How Real Estate Licensees Can Support Fair Housing

register


Steve Goldberg is an experienced tax and real estateattorney with an active legal practice and years of experience teaching at theNew York Real Estate Institute and other institutions.  He has published four tax textbooks, numerousarticles, and given many lectures.  Heteaches real estate closings, title searches, multi-family housing, real estatetaxation, as well as basic real estate licensing and continuing educationclasses.  He adds practical experienceand stories from his legal, real estate, and tax work.  These examples help students understandsimple and complex real estate and tax strategies (1031 exchanges, residentialand commercial transactions, and estate and pension issues).  He is a dynamic and passionate teacher who assureshis students an exciting learning experience. Steve Goldberg, Esq. received his LL.M in Taxation from New YorkUniversity Graduate School of Law, his J.D. from New York University School ofLaw, and his B.S. in Accounting from Brooklyn College.


Date
02/29/2020 9:30am
Event
Sales Class 17
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield


Chapter 17 – Condominiums and Cooperatives

  • What a condominium is, how it is developed, and how itoperates.

  • Considerations which condominium purchase andownership.

  • Requirements for the sale and purchase of cooperatives.

  • How condos and co-ops differ.

  • How a condop is created.

Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/29/2020 11:00am
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 1.5hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
NYREI Administrator

NYREI School Exam

Date
02/29/2020 1:00pm
Event
School Exam Tutoring
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 2hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo
register
Date
02/29/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 9
Classr. Dur.
Syosett | 3.75hr
Long Island
Adminisitrator
Bill Plunkett

Chapter 9 – Construction Basics

  • Which building codes direct construction in New YorkState.

  • The requirements to complete a construction project.

  • The major systems that run a home, including heating,cooling, plumbing, electrical, and waste systems.

  • The mandated guarantees and warranties for newconstruction and renovations.

Chapter 9A – Environmental Issues and Property Concerns

  • What New York State environmental law requires.

  • Why the EPA was established and what it does.

  • What constitutes wetlands and why they are protected.

  • How to recognize common environmental hazards and howto deal with them.

  • The real estate professional’s obligations related toenvironmental issues.


Date
02/29/2020 1:30pm
Event
Agency - Law of Agency
Classr. Dur.
Room A | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Steven Goldberg

Law of Agency (3.75 HRS)

Fiduciary Relationships/Agency/Listing Agreement
Obedience
Loyalty
Disclosure
Confidentiality
Accountability
Reasonable, Skill, Care and Diligence

Agent Authority
General
Special 
Universal
Agent/ Broker Relationship
Creation of Agency
Broker/Agent Compensation
 
Termination Of Agency
Completion 
Expiration of Terms
Operation Of Law
Mutual Agreement
Revocation
 
Agency Alternatives
Single Agency
Seller’s Agent
Buyer’s Agent 
Subagent
Broker’s Agent

Dual Agency 
Written
Informed
Consensual
In Advance
Designated sales Agents
Undisclosed Dual Agency 

register


Steve Goldberg is an experienced tax and real estateattorney with an active legal practice and years of experience teaching at theNew York Real Estate Institute and other institutions.  He has published four tax textbooks, numerousarticles, and given many lectures.  Heteaches real estate closings, title searches, multi-family housing, real estatetaxation, as well as basic real estate licensing and continuing educationclasses.  He adds practical experienceand stories from his legal, real estate, and tax work.  These examples help students understandsimple and complex real estate and tax strategies (1031 exchanges, residentialand commercial transactions, and estate and pension issues).  He is a dynamic and passionate teacher who assureshis students an exciting learning experience. Steve Goldberg, Esq. received his LL.M in Taxation from New YorkUniversity Graduate School of Law, his J.D. from New York University School ofLaw, and his B.S. in Accounting from Brooklyn College.


Date
02/29/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 18
Classr. Dur.
Brooklyn | 3.75hr
Brooklyn
Adminisitrator
Steve Landfield


Chapter 18 – Property Management

  • Licensing requirements for property managers in NewYork.

  • What skills are necessary to be a successful propertymanager.

  • What comprises the management agreement used to set upand support property management.

  • Which budgets and reports property managers mustdevelop and analyze.

  • How to effectively advertise, market, and lease managedproperties.

Steve Landfield boasts an accomplished background and years of experience in commercial leasing and sales, real estate education, and environmental safety training. In the brokerage arena, Steve has closed commercial transactions with several Manhattan real estate firms, including his own,  the former NYC Homes, where he was a partner. Steve has been at Nest Seekers International for over 8 years, where he specializes in the leasing of retail, office, and other commercial spaces, as well as investment building sales, development sites and purchases.

Fueling his success in serving clients in all areas of the business is his reputation in the world of real estate education. Steve is a New York State Approved Real Estate Instructor, teaching at the New York Real Estate Institute, New York’s largest real estate training school, where his  popular “Introduction to Commercial Real Estate” continuing education class led to his development of “Certificate in Commercial Real Estate”  which is a a three-day basic but comprehensive survey of commercial leasing and sales. He quite possibly teaches more commercial brokers and salespersons than anyone else in New York City.

Steve teaches sales licensing classes in Commercial Real Estate, Basic Construction, Environmental Issues, the Valuation Process and Real Estate Math, as well as his own class: "Commercial Real Estate Building Investments", where he teaches brokers how to analyze commercial building finances, utilize 1031's and the basics of New York City zoining and development rights. 

He developed and teaches an “Introduction to Environmental Health Hazards", which is a unique real estate class held at The New York Real Estate Institute. The course covers the hostory, dangers and remediation of lead, mold, asbestos, and radon hazards for real estate professionals and how to deal with them in sales and urental transactions. He is approved by the New York State, Department of State as a Technical Instructor for Home Inspectors & Appraisers for this class.

Steve is also a Real Estate Instructor in the Division of Continuing & Professional Studies at Baruch College - City University of New York (CUNY) in New York City, where he teaches "Health & Safety Codes for Facilities", "Facility Management"  and "Dealing With Distressed Properties" among other courses.

Steve is also a trainer for the Wold Cares Center in New York City, where he teaches How to Stay Safe During Pandemic and Communicable Disease Outbreaks, as well as Emotional Resiliency in Emergency Response and Opioid Prevention and Response.

Steve is a FEMA Disaster Housing Inspector with WSP USA Inspection Services. A part-time job, housing inspectors travel to federally determined disaster areas after earthquakes, tornadoes, floods and other natural disasters to confirm damage to homes and personal property impacted during the disaster, in order to assist the U.S. federal government in determining the level of federal aid to be granted to disaster survivors.

Steve was also a Real Estate Subject Matter Expert (SME) for Learning Express, LLC, for whom he reviewed the content and accuracy of real estate sales and broker's exams for use in online licensing exam preparation for the national real estate exam, for those states giving that test as a portion of their licensing requirements.

Supplementing his real estate industry knowledge, is Steve’s background as an Industry Skills Instructor, and his extensive knowledge of the environmental hazards found in residential and commercial buildings. He is an EPA Certified Lead-Based Paint Risk Assessor, allowing him to perform residential lead-based paint risk assessments, which includes performing on-site inspections, taking samples, determining the severity of lead hazards, and developing options for eliminating those hazards. He is an expert in lead paint health hazards and safe removal procedures. He is also a Principal Instructor in EPA/HUD Lead-Paint Safe Work Practices for Renovation, Repair and Painting.

He works with Environmental Education Associates (EEA) and The Safety Group, Ltd., as a Principal  Instructor, where he teaches initial and renewal classes in EPA Lead-Based Paint Safely for Renovation, Repair & Painting. He is heavily involved in the training of hundreds of workers at the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), after a recent city investigation revealed that they had not been trained in lead safe work practices or in the inspection for lead in NYCHA housing.

Steve is also a Principal Instructor for Environmental Education Associates, in New York State Mold Assessor, Mold Remediation Contractor & Mold Abatement Worker training for licensing under the New York State mold professionals law, effective January 1, 2016, being administered by the NY State Department of Labor. He has completed OSHA 30 hour general industry safety training.  He has traveled the country, giving EPA Lead Certified Renovation, Repair & Painting training classes. He is a licensed New York State Mold Assessor as well as a Mold Abatement Worker - Supervisor.

Steve is also an Environmental Training Instructor for ZotaPro Professional Training and Airtek Environmental Corp. teaching lead, mold and safety classes.


Steve also teaches industry safety courses in NYC Lead Safe Work Practices and in Mold and Asbestos Awareness, Bedbug Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, "Chemical Safety in the Workplace", Integrated Pest Management and "How To Manage Renovation Projects" for New York City building superintendents, at Local 32BJ Thomas Shortman Training Fund of the Service Employees International Union. If you want to become a certified union building superintendent in New York City, chances are you’ll take environmental safety classes with him. 

In 2015-2016, he taught Asbestos Awareness, Carbon Monoxide Compliance, Integrated Pest Management, Mold Awareness and New York City Lead Paint Safe Work Practices as part of the Next Steps Program, through Hostos Community College in The Bronx & The City University of New York, for the NYC Department of Correction, to inmates at the Rikers Island Jail facility, to help them learn skills to get employment upon their release and to help reduce violence in the jails.

Last Fall he testified before the EPA in Washington, D.C. at a Regulatory Reform Hearing, in an effort to save the RRP program from regulatory cuts under the Trump Administration.

He was appointed in 1999 by the NJ State Legislature to the New Jersey Human Relations Council (NJHRC) (www.njhrc.og), which deals with issues of bias and prejudice reduction, and where he served for two years as Vice-Chair. In 2014-2015 he served as the Chair of the NJHRC Advisory Board, working on human relations and civil right issues in the state.

Steve is a member of the Jersey City, NJ Community Emergency Response Team, made up of  trained volunteers who aid disaster victims when emergency responders are not readily available due to an overwhelming demand for their services. He is trained in emergency preparedness, mental health first aid, fire safety, medical operations, first aid, light search & rescue, disaster psychology and terrorism awareness.  He is a trained weather spotter for the National Weather Service Skywarn Program and an FCC  licensed amateur radio operator (KD2FWU).

He is also a Trainer for World Cares Center, where he teaches several classes, including flood and disaster resiliency and response.

Steve has expertise in building operations and management, holding a Certificate in Advanced Property Management Techniques from The City of New York, Department of Housing Preservation and Development. He is a New York Accredited Realty Manager, as designated by the New York Association of Realty Managers (NYARM).

Outside of real estate, Steve is a commercial print model and actor who he has appeared in national newspaper and magazine ads (Vytorin & Jet Blue) as well as on several TV shows on the Discovery Channel (where he played an Irish mobster in "Paddywhacked" , a History of the Irish mob in America), The History Channel and as a high school principal on an MTV show.

Among his past jobs, Steve worked as an aide in the White House, in Washington, DC, during the Carter Administration.

Steve has a BA in Urban Affairs from George Washington University and a JD/MBA from Washington University, in St. Louis, MO. 

He can be reached at: [email protected]

Date
02/29/2020 1:30pm
Event
Sales Class 7
Classr. Dur.
Room B | 3.75hr
Manhattan
Adminisitrator
Kristen Bacorn

Chapter 7 – Estates and Interests

  • The elements and characteristics of real property.

  • What constitutes real property and personal property.

  • The difference between freehold and leasehold estates.

  • Alternate ways people can take ownership of realproperty.


As a lecturer and educator in great demand, Kristen is tirelessly spreading the green message. She has addressed the United Nations twice, spoken annually at the NY Javits Center GoGreen Expo, appeared on national Talk Radio and filmed a pilot for Lifetime TV, along with other television appearances. She has also granted interviews to the Wall Street Journal, Newsweek, the Village Voice and other publications.


Kristen is also a dedicated educator. She wrote the 1st environmental building course accepted by NY Dept. of State. At the request of State University of New York, she created a  Corporate Sustainability curriculum, the first of its kind to be offered at a major university.

Date
02/29/2020 3:00pm
Event
Sales Exam
Classr. Dur.
Westchester | 1.5hr
Westchester - Cortland Manor
Adminisitrator
Richard DeLorenzo

NYREI School Exam


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