Our goal is to enhance the effectiveness of property managers, supportive housing agencies and landlords through real estate acquisition, public and private training and/or consulting services.
Established in 2013, our focus has been on creating positive contributions for positive change in the real estate marketplace.
Through education and community outreach efforts, It is our belief that housing relationship gaps can be bridged throughout all housing communities thus realizing the change for which we strive.
Director, Real Estate Agent and Senior Instructor
jammie gray, Director
Jammie R. Gray is the proud Owner and Director of GBM Instruction; an approved Georgia Continuing Education School. She holds Real Estate licenses in Georgia and Alabama where, in addition to purchase and sales, she has developed excellent property management experience over the past decade managing single-family and multi-family properties. The rental portfolios she has managed produced over 2 million dollars of actual annual net rental income.
Ms. Gray has extensive property management experience with various tax credit entities such as LIHTC, Bond, HUD’s PHA and PBRA properties and conventionally financed residential and multi- family properties. She has specialties in marketing, increasing profitability, re-positioning and effectively reducing delinquent accounts.
Early in her career and continuing familial traditions of serving voiceless and unknowing populations; She began writing real estate curriculum. Although, available to the public, her material is authorized by Georgia’s Real Estate Commission, to offer continuing education credits to attending Agents and Brokers.
Ms. Gray’s library of self-authored works concentrates on practical matters and solutions surrounding homelessness, homeless prevention, foreclosure prevention and protecting stakeholder interests. It also highlights missing or broken property management practices.
Originally intended for Real Estate Agents, Property Managers and Investors, her target audience was expanded to include civilian and veteran supportive housing organizations. Ms. Gray recognized the benefits of offering education to supportive housing organizations and its clients could lead to an enormous but positive societal economic impact. She realized there could also be a reduction in homelessness and tenant rights violations and eventually- investor participation would increase.
Jammie R. Gray’s compassion for others is an inherited characteristic from her grandparents and parents whom provided meals and affordable housing to disadvantaged citizens and veterans. The same love and compassion for the real estate marketplace continues through Ms. Gray’s diligent education classes and advocacy.