Ann Flanagan NH Real Estate School
Call / text: (603) 225-5266
email: [email protected]
Ann Flanagan, accredited by
the State of NH Real Estate Commission
Meet my grandson - Max has autism
Max playing with his Fraggles
Max's programs have helped him tremendously with his behavior and social skills.
Our hope and prayer is that he will also learn to understand language and learn to talk.
"And the mute will sing His praises!" (Isaiah 35:6)
SOUTHERN NEW HAMPSHIRE UNIVERSITY, M.B.A. in Business Administration
NOTRE DAME COLLEGE, M.Ed. in School Counseling
SMITH COLLEGE, B.A. in Psychology
NORTHEASTERN UNIVERSITY, A.S. in Law Enforcement
ANN FLANAGAN NEW HAMPSHIRE REAL ESTATE SCHOOL (2015-present)
Instructor of real estate Pre-license & CE renewal courses & Reciprocity, various classroom locations and online.
Adjunct Faculty, University of New Hampshire.
Available for consulting matters (not an attorney; cannot provide legal advice).
New Hampshire real estate broker license #059877.
Member of National Association of Realtors.
NEW HAMPSHIRE REAL ESTATE COMMISSION (1992-2015)
Investigator of violations of real estate laws and administrative rules; auditing of real estate broker accounts.
Prosecute and present testimony and evidence at hearings.
Legal writing including Hearing Notices, Findings of Facts and Rulings of Law, Orders, Settlement Agreements, and Investigative Reports. Respond to questions and/or complaints from real estate licensees and the public.
Guest speaker at Franklin Pierce Law School, Community College System of New Hampshire, New Hampshire Real Estate Commission Instructor’s Workshops, and Realtor Association meetings.
HILLSBOROUGH COUNTY SHERIFF DEPARTMENT (1990-1992)
Deputy Sheriff assigned to variety of duties including: criminal, fugitive, civil, prisoner transportation, dispatch communications, patrol, undercover drugs, and special assignments.
ODYSSEY HOUSE, INC. (1989-1990)
Special education teacher/counselor at Stark House, a State of New Hampshire certified residential adolescent treatment facility at the Youth Development Center in Manchester, NH.
MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE POLICE DEPARTMENT (1977-1989)
Police officer duties including: criminal complaints, rescues, crisis intervention, domestic disputes, juvenile work, accident investigations, dispatch communications, and court appearances.
Graduated New Hampshire State Police Academy, receiving awards in shooting, physical fitness, and academics.
Received Letter of Commendation from Attorney General’s Office for murder convictions.
NEW LIFE HOME FOR WOMEN, Manchester, New Hampshire
Volunteer G.E.D. tutor for adult women residentially placed for drug/alcohol and/or criminal issues.