HAWTHORNE, N.J. -- The Rand Real Estate Academy has partnered with the American School of Business, the latter of which will be operating with the RREA out of the academy’s location at 200 Grand Ave. in Hawthorne.
“We’re thrilled to be teaming with the American School of Business to help in further educating those interested in pursuing a career in real estate,” said Jeffrey Halpern, director of the Rand Real Estate Academy. “The series of classes we will be offering with the ASB will offer students an extensive and valuable knowledge of what they need to know in order to be successful agents.”
The American School of Business, which was established in 1983, is the largest independent school in New Jersey to offer pre-licensing, continuing education, exam prep courses, and seminars, as well as training that’s available in the classroom, online, or in private group instruction. They offer classes for real-estate salespersons and brokers; classes for life, health, property, casualty, and title insurance; loan officer classes for mortgage; securities series six and 63; and classes in appraisal licensing.
The American School of Business has locations throughout New Jersey and online classes for most programs they offer. All classes are state-approved or accepted nationally as required. The partnership will also allow students to receive discounts for their classes by using the coupon code “RREA100,” which will take $100.00 off the NJ Real Estate pre-licensing course; as well as the coupon code “RREA10,” which will take 10 percent off the other aforementioned courses. You can call 1-800-288-5154 or visit www.RandAcademy.com for more information.
“The American School of Business is very excited about our partnership with the Rand Real Estate Academy and the opening of our new location,” said Edward Davies, director of operations for the American School of Business. “We have been working with Mr. Jeffrey Halpern of the RREA over the past couple of months to make this happen and are excited about getting our students invested in the always-evolving real estate industry.”