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Jeffrey “Mr. Tech” Raskin | Lead Instructor

Graduating from Arizona State University in 1992 with a bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Jeffrey has been actively practicing in the real estate industry since 2000; buying, selling and investing in residential real estate. His industry designations include the following: GRI (Graduate, Real Estate Institute) and the e-Pro (Internet Real Estate Professional) designation awarded by the National Association of Realtors®. He is also an Associate Broker working with computers and creating systems throughout his professional career. Jeffrey has developed and utilizes the ultimate “techno” paperless office.

Being a practicing REALTOR®, the tested techniques taught are the latest and greatest and work flawlessly in the real world. These basic, but effective applications, are coupled with experience, humor, and the “anybody can understand,” as Jeffrey has made them usable by any tech level.

Jeffrey is a certified zipForm®, RPR, & Transaction Desk-Instanet Solutions instructor and is accredited by the Arizona Department of Real Estate (ADRE) along with previously giving CE classes in Nevada for the Real Estate Division (NRED) and in California for the California Department of Real Estate (DRE) to teach his technology classes, giving accredited continuing education classes to REALTORS® across the US. He also served on the ADRE 2007 Technology Group to help the department discover better ways to solve their technology woes. He also previously served on the Phoenix association of REALTORS® as a director and currently serves as a director for ARMLS, the 5th largest MLS in the country.

His article has been published in the AAR (Arizona Association of REALTOR®) magazine and has been featured in local real estate periodicals. Teaching many REALTORS® and other real estate industry related professionals over the years, his classes have taken thousands of professionals to new levels- making careers and life a little easier and more productive.

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