I have kept pace, adapting to rapid growth and a changing economy while maintaining exacting standards and integrity. Please explore the resources within this website, and contact me with any questions or comments.
Originally from New Jersey, from a town directly across the Hudson River and Manhattan skyline, I attended the University of Maryland and immediately after graduation began my career as a full time REALTOR® at the age of 22. I was fortune to be associated with a firm that not only listed and sold properties to consumers but encouraged me to invest in buying real estate in order to build on my investment portfolio. In 1984 I became a managing partner and Broker Owner of a CENTURY 21 franchise which expanded my role in buying and renovating properties, running a property management division, acquired mortgage notes and recruited/trained agents. My company merged in 2016 with CENTURY 21 New Millennium where now I can solely concentrate on my first love - helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs.
I understand that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why I have surrounded myself with a team of highly-seasoned real estate related professionals from loan officers, home inspectors, contractors, title attorneys, etc. in order to give you a stress free experience.
My past clients will attest to the fact that I just don't only work real estate, I live it. They tell me I have a passion for my profession, boundless energy and dedication to helping people achieve their goal of homeownership. My Branch Leader and Vice President of CENTURY 21 New Millennium has said it is evident in each transaction I do by giving impeccable personalized service. If these are the qualities you are seeking from a REALTOR® who will be representing you in your largest investment, whether purchasing or selling a home.
Away from work I enjoy the beach, live music and aviation. Let’s connect by phone, email or text.
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