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4 Nassau Street , Princeton - NJ 08452

About Aniko Molnar-Szakolczai

After being in the service industry as a small business owner for 16 years, I felt that helping others realize their dreams of home-ownership was a career for which I was well suited.
Originally born in Hungary with under and post-graduate studies in English and Art History, I began a career where art, negotiations, language and people skills were all important, giving me the foundation for my future in real estate.
My commitment to uncompromising service and attention to detail has earned me a reputation for outstanding service and the loyalty of my clients who have referred me to their friends and relatives.

Prior work experience:
Personnel Officer - Human Resources - American Embassy, Budapest, Hungary
Personal Chef - Caterer - Princeton, New Jersey
Realtor

Education and Designations:
Post Graduate School of Eotvos Lorant University (Budapest, Hungary) - Degree in English and Art History

New York University - Certificate in Appraisal Studies

French Culinary Institute (New York) - Culinary Degree

Real Estate Salesperson's License for New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Broker's License for New Jersey
GRI - Graduate Realtor Institute
ABR - Accredited Buyer's Representative
CNE - Certified Negotiation Expert
SRES - Senior Residential Specialist
e-PRO

Languages:
English, Hungarian

Hobbies and Interests:
Fine Art, Antiques, Longtime Supporter of the ASPCA, Child's Fund and PCRM (Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine)
Cooking and Gardening

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ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative
CNE – Certified Negotiation Expert
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Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
GRI Graduate REALTOR Institute
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SRES®, Senior Real Estate Specialist
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