Robert Tuzzo

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Robert Tuzzo
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Born (1976-09-03) September 3, 1976 (age 45)
New York
OccupationEducator, businessman

Robert Tuzzo is an American investor and educator known primarily for co-founding the New York School of Real Estate,[1] a pro bono educational institute based in New York.[2]

Education and career[change | change source]

Robert Tuzzo studied at St. Lawrence University and graduated from Hofstra University.[3] He started his career as a VP of Sales in Contour Mortgage Corporation and later joined Mortgage It SLD, a subsidiary of Deutsche Bank as an account executive.[4] After working for several years in different organizations, he accumulated his experience and co-founded the New York School of Real Estate in 2015 which is a pro bono institute that has claimed to have helped more than 30,000 real estate professionals.[5][6]

Robert also serves as the Vice President of the Cross Country Mortgage Northeast Division,[7] one of the nation's largest private mortgage banks.[8]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Roberto Tuzzo "Başarının Dört Temel Dayanağı İletişim, Teknoloji, Ağ ve Dürüstlüktür"". CNN Türk (in Turkish).
  2. "Robert Tuzzo is making a difference in the industry with his drive and goodwill". Vanguard News. 11 May 2021.
  3. "How Robert Tuzzo is making a difference to underserved communities - L'OFFICIEL Austria, the latest fashion trends, beauty, accessoires". L'Officiel (magazine).
  4. "Charting a success story helping real estate professionals become more proficient". The Bangkok Post.
  5. "Changing The Face of the Real Estate Industry With His Expertise is Robert Tuzzo". LA Confidential Magazine.
  6. "How Robert Tuzzo Leveraged The Need For Distance Learning Amidst The Pandemic". Leadership News. 11 May 2021.
  7. "Why Robert Tuzzo's journey is one to learn from". VCpost. 31 March 2021.
  8. "Meet Robert Tuzzo who is making a difference in an underserved real estate community". Vanguard News. 30 March 2021.