Thank you everyone who took part in this important test, and without much further ado here are our winners!
- Exactly 240 people took part in the quiz.
- 9 members received a perfect score of 100%.
- The average score was 63%. While not a stellar score, hopefully this test proved a great opportunity to brush up on a challenging topic.
- 94% answered question 8 correctly, making it the highest scoring question on the quiz.
- The lowest scoring question was question number 5 regarding service animals (only 23% answered correctly). Because there was so much confusion surrounding this story, we provided more information in this news story about service animals and fair housing.
- The average time spent was 8 minutes 30 seconds.
- The longest time spent was 1 hour 46 minutes and 51 seconds.
The names in bold scored 100% on the quiz!
- Eric Axelson - Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty
- Beverly Banks - Weichert - Jenkintown
- Terry Cassady - All-Ways Agency
- James Costello - Remax Action Realty
- Mary Davenport - Century 21 Reilly Realtors
- Kim Delaney - Re/Max Keystone
- Oliver Dennison - Callaway Henderson SIR
- Jose Diaz-De Jesus - Weichert Realtors-Media
- Deborah Dooling - Better Homes Realty East Brunswick
- Anne Dozer - ERA Continental
- Maryclaire Dzik - Prudential Fox and Roach Realtors - Jenkintown
- Arlene Elefante - Weichert, Realtors - Burlington
- Victoria Gainor - Coldwell Banker Preferred - Media
- Ann Hatzopoulou - Long and Foster - Devon
- James Hetrick - Weichert Collegeville
- Deborah Hornstra - Callaway Henderson Sotheby's International Realty Cranbury
- Brenda Isakson - Smart Way America
- John Knechel - Century 21 Alliance - Newtown
- Phong Lam - Century 21 Advantage Gold
- Ken Marcellus - Prudential Fox and Roach - Newtown Square
- James McCarthy - Coldwell Banker Hearthside - Lahaska
- Sean McCarthy - Weichert, Realtors - McCarthy Associates
- Marie Meglio - RE/MAX Main St. Realty
- Carrie Piccard - D.Patrick Welsh Real Estate
- Marguerite Raymond - West Chester
- Marie Scarpulla - Prudential Fox and Roach Society Hill
- Karen Shest - Gloria Nilson, Realtors, Real Living Princeton Junction
- Jill Small - Weichert Yardley
- Ryan Sullivan - Halstead Property NJ, LLC
- Carol Thacher - PFR Rosemont
How do you effectively advertise a home that you are trying to market so that it clearly stands out to potential buyers? Of course you want to highlight all the positive attributes of the home but you may also be inclined to describe who
you think the home may be best suited for or who may be the most ‘likely’ buyer. However, describing the characteristics of potential buyers or owners may overstep the boundaries of fair housing guidelines which are in place to protect a person’s right to own, sell, purchase or rent housing without fear of unlawful discrimination.
So you should avoid making any word or statement that may be perceived as being discriminatory. TREND’s restrictive word list
is available in the Online Support Center to help you keep this in mind as you enter listings into TREND.
The deadline to be considered for a prize was Friday May 11.