Julie Garton-Good, DREI, C-CREC
Active in the real estate industry since 1974, Julie Garton-Good founded the National Association of Real Estate Consultants, LLC, in 2001 as a vehicle to educate professionals and consumers on real estate research, trends, and home affordability.
She is the author of ten real estate books, most recently, “All About Mortgages: Insider Tips to Finance or Refinance Your Home in Today’s Economy, 4th edition, published by Kaplan. Julie’s penned a Pulitzer Prize Award-winning(see below)real estate column for the Miami Herald, and has appeared as a subject-matter expert on CNBC, CBS, NBC, and numerous NPR and public television shows.
The sole three-time recipient of the prestigious “International Real Estate Educator of the Year” award from the Real Estate Educators Association, Julie was twice named on the National Association of Realtors® “Twenty-five Most Influential People in Real Estate” list. In 2014, she received the coveted Jack Wiedemer Distinguished Career Award from the Real Estate Educators Association.
Julie and her husband, Scott, live in north-central Idaho, overlooking the Clearwater River.
Pulitzer Prize Contributions