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The Bureau of Labor Statistics Has Good News for Real Estate Professionals


The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics released its jobs report today. The report shows that total nonfarm payroll employment rose by 215,000 in March. The unemployment rate is little changed at 5.0 percent. According to the job report, employment increased in retail trade, construction and health care, while there were job losses reported in the… Read more

Real Estate and the Knowledge Gaps that Threaten the Industry


The National Association of REALTORS® published its D.A.N.G.E.R. report in May 2015. The goal of this report is to gather a Definitive Analysis of Negative Game Changers Emerging in Real Estate. “Each day, we see evidence of changes in the industry and our business that can be both exciting and unsettling. This report is a… Read more

NMLS Industry Update: 2016 Conference & 2015 Statistics


The NMLS (Nationwide Multistate Licensing System & Registry) held their annual conference and training February 16-19 in Phoenix, Arizona. Attended by mortgage regulators, licensees and educators of all types, the conference provides attendees with the opportunity to exchange information and learn about new regulatory and compliance issues that affect their organizations. Hondros Family of Companies associates… Read more

Alumni Success Series: Meet James Wise, Broker/Owner


At Hondros College of Business, we are proud to connect with our alumni who are actively working in their new profession after receiving their education. We sat down with James Wise, real estate agent/broker/owner and Hondros College of Business alumnus of 2013 and 2015, to see how life has been after entering the real estate… Read more

Tax Appeal – The Appraiser’s Role


For most of us, we have already received the first half tax bill from the county, or it will be soon on its way. For appraisers, this particular time of year can open avenues for additional clientele, apart from the typical mortgage lending appraisal work. Questions often arise from appraisers about the propriety of seeking… Read more

2015 James Dwyer Scholarship Winner: Nancy McIntyre


Hondros College of Business is proud to announce Nancy McIntyre as the 2015 James Dwyer Scholarship recipient. Nancy, a resident of Loveland, Ohio, has had her eyes set on a real estate career and is beyond excited to begin her journey in the industry! “It is an absolute thrill to be awarded the James Dwyer… Read more

Alumni Success Series: Meet Jeff Dulmage, Real Estate Broker


At Hondros College of Business, we are passionate about our alumni and the hard work and success they’ve put into their new careers. We sat down with Jeff Dulmage, real estate agent/broker and Hondros College of Business alumnus of 2013 and 2015, to see how life has been after entering the real estate industry Only… Read more

Success in Real Estate: It’s Not Just About the Listings


As a newly minted real estate agent or veteran licensee, your career goals equal bringing in commissions and forging relationships with clients. But let’s not forget, you may be a parent, PTO president, sports coach, or Girl Scout leader. So let’s be honest: getting your degree couldn’t be farther from your list of things to… Read more

Building Ohio’s Future – Continuing the Story


Earlier this year, I sent you four articles from Hondros College of Business about the value of an accredited institution of higher learning in the education of your constituents who seek out adult education. These articles addressed how accredited institutions are helping to: Develop Ohio’s workforce Build Ohio’s future Start new careers Enable student success… Read more

Student Success Story: Meet Philip and Kyle Morrical

Blog, Student Success Stories

At Hondros College of Business, we are proud to connect with our alumni who are successfully working after receiving their education. We sat down with Philip and Kyle Morrical, a father and son duo who have taken the Cincinnati real estate industry by storm. Phil, second generation Hondros real estate graduate, and Kyle, third generation… Read more

8 Steps to your new Insurance career in Ohio

Blog, Insurance

Complete your licensing education Once you complete either a 40 hr. classroom option or a self-study proctored exam with a 70% or higher, you will receive course completion certificate(s). *Certificate(s) are valid for 180 days after pre-licensing completion. Complete the required criminal history background check This must be submitted to the Ohio Department of Insurance… Read more

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