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Emile L'Eplattenier

As a Real Estate Sales and Marketing Analyst at Fit Small Business, Emile is responsible for the editorial direction of the site’s real estate content as well as curating actionable insights from top producing agents and brokerages from across the country. A licensed New York City Real Estate Agent and veteran of the marketing department at Tishman Speyer, Emile has been involved in every aspect of residential real estate from brand new developments to pre-war rentals and resales. Emile also regularly provides market insights and commentary for publications like Realtor.com, Fox News, Yahoo, and US News & World Report. When he’s not writing or editing, Emile enjoys collecting vintage furniture and playing his guitar.

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  1. Ah, No. As some who has studied under Anthony and Kaplan, I can assure you that Brightwood has watered down the coursework. Whereas when the company was Anthony or even Kaplan, the customer support operators had a firm grasp on the course work on offer, now they are flogging classes in different states and don’t know what they are selling. The workbooks are riddled with errors too.




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    • Hi Steve,

      Appreciate your insight here. The last time I did continuing education it was from a tiny school whose owner and coach was friends with my managing broker. Quantifying and qualifying the many different courses available is difficult enough, but nearly impossible when they keep changing curriculum, owners, course materials, pricing, etc. etc. We try to keep our articles as updated as possible, but invariably things will change. Thanks again.




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