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Below is a selection of articles featuring New York Real Estate Institite graduates.

Bought for a Song (Many, Actually)

Article features Jeffery Lorenzo Williams, a disabled Real Estate Agent, also a graduate of NYREI.

THE entrance to the building on Anderson Avenue at 167th Street in the Highbridge section of the Bronx looks like something out of Hansel and Gretel. Two small stone guardhouses with peaked roofs frame a landscaped courtyard, with a mulberry tree hung with bird feeders in the center.

For Charles Wamble, an energetic 4-year-old who likes to play in this space, the courtyard is a magic kingdom and the guardhouses are miniature castles. And it would be no exaggeration to say that for Charles's parents, Janna Baty and Doug Wamble, their three-bedroom two-bathroom apartment in this building is also a castle of sorts.

NY Times: November 15, 2009

Long Island Hires and Promotions.

Jennifer Rusinek of East Hills has joined as a licensed sales agent. She is a recent New York Real Estate Institute grad and was a sales representative at Mindleaders, an e-learning company in Columbus, Ohio.

Newsday: April 12, 2015

Real Estate's Rising Stars

They've brokered billions of dollars in deals, broken records, and launched companies. And they've all done it all in a cutthroat and unforgiving industry that's not known for being kind to novices.

This month, The Real Deal polled dozens of sources to shake out the names of the newest crop of real estate's 35-and-under rising stars. For most of them, getting to this point wasn't easy, especially since they've come up during the recession and post-recession years, which derailed many real estate careers.

"If you can survive your first three to five years and find your niche, it can be a truly rewarding career," said Jonathan Tootell, 32, a broker at Newmark Grubb Knight Frank and chairman of the Young Men's/Women's Real Estate Association of New York, which has about 450 members ages 23 to 44.

The Real Deal: April 01, 2015

The Closing Costs

NEW YORK, New York — Loft six of 17 East 16th Street, near Union Square, is buzzing. It's Saturday night just past 6 p.m. and the elevator hums with activity. Its steel green doors open into the apartment, where geometric paintings line the spacious entry and sparkling lights dangle from the ceiling. The smell of burning candles wafts through the air, mingling with the sounds of a live jazz band tucked by the entrance. Paint chips off the walls; the dark wood floors are trodden and faded.

Everything is in its place, designed to make guests feel chic and rustic — and ready to spend millions of dollars. This is how you sell New York real estate to a guest list of millionaires looking to buy their own slice of the city.

Mashable.com: February 21, 2015

Most Promising Agent Looking To Be The Best

At just 26, Corcoran broker Antony Bitar is a rising star in NYC residential real estate, earning honors for his high volume of transactions and REBNY's "Most Promising Salesperson of the Year" award, all in just under three years in the business.

Bitar, a native of Little Falls, NJ, came to real estate from a musical background, and recently moved to Corcoran from Coldwell Banker AC Lawrence in December.

"I got into it (real estate) thinking it was just something I'd do on the side," said Bitar. "I didn't realize how much success I'd see early on, and how much I'd fall in love with it."

Real Estate Weekly: January 23, 2015

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