Neal Jackman is the Branch Broker. Born in Oregon and moving to Utah in 1970 to attend the University of Utah on a Navy ROTC scholarship, Neal has served in the United States Marine Corps and Army Reserve. He has been a Personal and Real property appraiser and currently teaches pre license education classes for sales agents and broker candidates.

I have been a life long teacher. I began teaching real estate prelicense classes for sales agents and brokers in 2006 teaching the entire spectrum of the courses. I have been writing real estate continuing education classes since 2005 and currently have five classes for real estate and appraising. I have recently completed a new agent course to meet the mandatory training requirements for agents. I also teach the “Pricing Stratagy Analyst” certification class for the NAR and I am a member of the Real Estate Educators Association (REEA).

Other areas of education include 7ththrough 12thgrade science courses, elementary math, 5thgrade, and algebra. I was a Scoutmaster for 18 years and in addition to scouting skills at the Troop level. At the Council level I led five National Youth Leadership Training courses and was a staff member of a Woodbadge (adult) training course. I have also co-authored and taught family oriented multi-week courses with my wife. In the Marine Corps and Army Reserve I was a helicopter instructor pilot as well as other military skills.

I have served on the Salt Lake Board of Realtors as the Education Committee Chairman, have taught instuctor development classes for local instructors. I have taught in many of the local Real Estate Boards including the Salt Lake, Park City, Tooele, Central Utah, and Northern Wasatch Association of Realtors.

I am also a subject matter expert for Pearson Vue reviewing pretest questions for content and application for both sales agent and broker general examinations for licensing.

Married for 27 years, Neal and his wife have raised 7 children, are active in their church and community. They love the outdoors and the variety of Utah’s landscapes and locals.