Gee Dunsten, a graduate of the University of Maryland, has been in the trenches of the real estate business for three decades, having helped more than 3000 families achieve the American Dream of homeownership. Nationally recognized as a residential sales and marketing specialist, Gee is currently an associate broker with Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. in Salisbury and Ocean City, MD. He has co-written and developed the Recreation and Resort Specialist Training courses and is recognized as a Recreation and Resort Specialist. Gee also co-authored the Military Residential Specialist® Certification (MilRES) course and teaches the course nationwide.
Gee has been a Certified Instructor with the Residential Real Estate Council, formerly the Council of Residential Specialists for over 25 years, having served as their 2001 national president. Gee also teaches PMN designation courses for the Women’s Council of REALTORS® and is president of Gee Dunsten Seminars, Inc. A prolific author and speaker, his hands-on approach to real estate training with leading-edge ideas and systems has made him a popular speaker at NAR conventions, as well as numerous state and local association meetings and conventions. Gee has taught in all 50 states, and as far away as Australia, New Zealand and Chile.
Gee also provides one-on-one coaching/mentoring to agents who are looking to grow their business and stay on top of the new challenges they face in the business each year.
In addition, Gee and Allan Dalton, the former CEO of Realtor.com, co-authored a recently released book, “Creating Real Estate Connections”, a comprehensive marketing resource completely devoted to providing real estate professionals with the latest proven strategies, systems, services and methods to secure saleable listings.
Gee was inducted into the Real Estate Experts Hall of Fame in 2012 and has also been selected as one of ten Top5 Elite Speakers.
With all his career accomplishments, Gee views his greatest success as the building of his family. Gee and his wife Susan have five children and six grandchildren.