XAVIER University’s first-ever BS Real Estate Management (REM) graduates stood out in the August 2016 Real Estate Appraiser (REA) Licensure Examination.
Sixteen out of the 20 REA exam passers nationwide were Xavier Ateneans who finished the REM degree in March 2016.
XU garnered a passing rate of 84.21% (16 out of 19 takers) above the national passing rate of 74.07% (20 out of 27).
“Congratulations to our new Real Estate Appraisers!” greeted XU president Fr. Roberto C. Yap SJ. “All 16 graduated in March and are already Licensed Real Estate Brokers. ... They have done really well in the [two] licensure exams.”
Yap also expressed his gratitude to the School of Business and Management (SBM) on this latest feat of the inaugural REM graduates of Xavier. “Let us thank SBM dean Dr. Ruth Love V. Russell, REM coordinator Edgardo A. Palasan, the SBM faculty and staff for the guidance and support they have given to our students.”
The REA exam was conducted by the Board of Real Estate Service in the cities of Manila and Cagayan de Oro on August 14.
The Professional Regulation Commission announced the results of the REA exam on Wednesday, August 17, two days earlier than the intended date of release.
The successful XU takers were:
-Andaling, Lovie Leannie Legara
-Baldon, Lianne Bantugan
-Calingin, Cleo Jovie Tomines
-Calva, Krizia Camelle Ordiz
-Gaputan, Lyrra Carmel Odchigue
-Guerra, Mike Edgielou Dagumo
-Meneses, Arsenio III Fermano
-Mercado, Yrna May Dalman
-Nisperos, Clarmagne Adelan
-Pacana, Easter Angela Torres
-Pailagao, Ivana Alech Nario
-Palarca, Mari Kris Evans Deloso
-Plaza, Glorie Mae Daaca
-Potolin, Jecelle Gepiga
-Ramos, Maria Elena Kriztina Bugo
-Salcedo, Vanesa de los Reyes
Earlier in May, 17 XU-REM graduates also passed the Real Estate Broker Licensure Examination.
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