Real Estate Broker/Owner with Blue Asset Management

If you are considering a career in real estate sales, Blue Realty / GMAC offers you a way to gauge how much you would enjoy a career in real estate and how good you may be if you tried it.  Called the Real Estate Simulator, this web-based technology allows potential Realtors to "test drive" a career in real estate in a manner that is fun and interactive. 

According to Charles Blumenkehl, president of Blue Realty GMAC, "Using web-based technologies is critical to attract the young and tech-savvy generation that continue to shape the future of our Real Estate industry. The Real Estate Simulator is compelling for the new generation of agents because it allows them to test drive a career in Real Estate - before making the commitment."  The Simulator is also used as a means of making a more accurate hiring decision on behalf of his company, says Blumenkehl.  By accurately matching the critical skills and abilities required to succeed, Blue Realty GMAC is able to avoid lower new agent success and turnover rates experienced by many of its competitors.

Blumenkehl also announced that by agreement with the American School of Business with several locations throughout New Jersey, Blue Realty GMAC offers a reduced tuition for the 75-hour Salesperson-licensing course on the Fundamentals of Real Estate Sales for potential licensees.

Those interested in becoming licensed real estate agents can obtain information about these classes and continual training and education for real estate professionals by calling the local Blue Realty GMAC office at (800) 936-SOLD(7653).  All company offices are open 7 days a week.

Founded in 1983, Blue Realty GMAC operates offices throughout New Jersey and is the largest independently owned GMAC brokerage in New Jersey.  For more information about Blue Realty GMAC, call the company or logon to their website www.bluerealty.com.

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