Graduate Designations of the Real Estate Board of New York

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Anthony E. Westreich is a real estate management executive and an engaged community member of New York City. Presently the CEO of Monday Properties, Anthony Westreich supports organizations including the American Israeli Public Affairs Committee and Mt. Sinai Hospital. He is also a member of the Real Estate Board of New York.

The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY) was originally founded in 1896 as the Real Estate Board of Brokers of the City of New York with the goal of protecting and advancing the real estate business in the city. A real estate trade organization, REBNY features a membership base of over 16,000 who have access to a range of state certified professional education programs.

Graduate Designations are one component of these programs. These courses are targeted toward real estate professionals with high levels of experience and include four designations:
New York Commercial Professional – a continuing education certification that facilitates ongoing skill development.
New York Residential Specialist – a certification targeted at residential brokers and exemplifies high levels of customer service and satisfaction.
Certified Buyer Representative – a certification with a focus on agency presentation that provides education on laws, best practices, and ethics.
Certified Negotiation Expert – a certification in partnership with the Certified Negotiation Expert Institute that provides education on negotiating strategies and techniques.

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Real Estate Board of New York Revives Project 421-A

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Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY)
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As the owner, chairman, and CEO of Monday Properties–a real estate property firm in New York City–Anthony E. Westreich is responsible for leading the entirety of the firm’s business activities; this role includes dealing with major leasing and capital transactions. An engaged participant in his professional field, Anthony Westreich is a member of the Real Estate Board of New York.

The Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), together with the administration of Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo, reportedly had talks in August 2016 to discuss resurrecting an old housing project known as 421-A that would offer more affordable housing for low to moderate-income earning families of New York City.

The proposal that was sent to developers stated that they would be required to provide below-market housing that would entail setting aside 20 to 30 percent of units per project for this purpose. Although there is no clear-cut plan on how 421-A will be financed and managed, union leaders expressed the sentiment that wage subsidies and tax-abatement may be viable resolutions to the issue. For now, it is up to the REBNY to decide on the matter.