Arizona School of Real Estate sold to Ohio company

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The Arizona School of Real Estate and Business, founded in 1969 and purchased by Don and Elaine Miner in 2007, has been purchased by a Westerville, Ohio-based firm, The Hondros Family of Cos.

Don Miner will stay on as a faculty member of the Phoenix-based school, and Elaine Miner will serve as an adviser, the company said.

The Hondros Family of Cos. operates the Hondros College of Business, which offers professional certificates, continuing education, and an associate degree in business management. Professional programs include real estate, appraisal, home inspection, mortgage, insurance and title insurance. Source: