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Communities We Serve

Feeling good about the community you live in can be just as important as selecting the right home. As a local expert, I can help you find a neighborhood that best suits your needs. From local restaurants and activities to school information and market trends, explore the communities I serve below.

Barnegat Light Community

Barnegat Light is named after its most well known local attraction, Old Barney (the Barnegat Lighthouse) - which happens to be one of the Jersey shore's most famous landmarks. Despite being know as a quiet, relaxing shore town, the boroughs location on the southern side of Barnegat Inlet has led to the development of some interesting local history. View Homes For Sale

Barnegat Community

The Township of Barnegat offers a wide variety of programs and activities for all ages, from preschoolers to senior citizens. From the Summer Concert schedule to recreation activities and organizations, you will find a wide variety of things to do. With free tours and numerous shopping opportunities, please enjoy all that Barnegat offers. View Homes For Sale

Beach Haven Community

Beach Haven remains the premier spot in New Jersey for quiet relaxation by the ocean. Since Long Beach Island is only a quarter mile wide, visitors are close to both the sea and the bay. Only one town on the island has an amusement area, and there is no boardwalk. Beach Haven boasts some of the most naturally beautiful beaches on the east coast.  View Homes For Sale

Brick Community

While the majority of Brick Township is located on the mainland, Ocean Beaches I, II and III are situated on the Barnegat Peninsula, a long, narrow barrier peninsula that separates Barnegat Bay from the Atlantic Ocean. The township of Brick is New Jersey state's 13th-largest municipality and the third most populous municipality in Ocean County. View Homes For Sale

Harvey Cedars Community

Located between Loveladies and North Beach, Harvey Cedars is situated on one of the narrowest portions of Long Beach Island. The community is primarily residential yet has less than 400 full time residents. Its commercial area is smaller than what you can find further north and south of town but there are a few places to shop and eat. View Homes For Sale

Lacey Community

Lacey Township is located in Ocean County and is considered part of the Jersey Shore and is the second largest municipality in Ocean County. More than 95% of Lacey's residential dwellings, are located in the areas of Lanoka Harbor and Forked River near a mostly undisturbed pine and cedar forest, part of New Jersey's vast Pine Barrens. View Homes For Sale

Little Egg Harbor Community

Originally part of Burlington County, Little Egg Harbor got it's name by Dutch sailors because of the eggs found in nearby gull nests. An active adult retirement community, there are a variety of places to shop and dine. While the township was formed in the 1700s, it has remained predominantly rural and undeveloped well into the late 20th century. View Homes For Sale

Long Beach Island Community

One of the reasons people are attracted to Long Beach Island is because of the things it lacks, urban sprawl. The island boasts many different communities that each have their own personalities. This means you can travel to different parts of Long Beach Island and find places that have their own special features and distinctive charm. View Homes For Sale

Long Beach Township Community

The township is located on Long Beach Island, a barrier island along the Atlantic Ocean whose summer population swells to as much as 130,000, including part-time residents and tourists. The township is divided into four discontiguous land areas. The most populous, is located north of Beach Haven and south of Ship Bottom.  View Homes For Sale

Manahawkin Community

Manahawkin is the gateway to the resort communities on Long Beach Island, with Route 72 providing the sole road access, ending in Ship Bottom as it crosses Manahawkin Bay via the Manahawkin Bay Bridge. Manahawkin boast a vibrant retirement community with lots of local shopping and dining experiences to enjoy. View Homes For Sale

Point Pleasant Beach Community

Point Pleasant Beach is centrally located and close to many popular attractions. From beautiful estuaries and preserves, to world class amusement parks, to lively casinos, and historical sites all within close proximity to New York City and Philadelphia. Adults and children alike will find something of interest within this beach community. View Homes For Sale

Point Pleasant Borough Community

Point Pleasant was incorporated as a borough on April 21, 1920. The borough is a Jersey Shore community situated on the Barnegat Peninsula, a long, narrow barrier peninsula that divides the Barnegat Bay from the Atlantic Ocean at the Manasquan Inlet, and the borough derives its name from this location. View Homes For Sale

Ship Bottom Community

Ship Bottom is often referred to as the "Gateway to Long Beach Island" because of the Causeway linking the Borough to the mainland. Ship Bottom is one of the oldest place names on Long Beach Island. According to the local historian John Bailey Lloyd, the name dates from an unusual shipwreck that occurred in March, 1817. View Homes For Sale

Surf City Community

Surf City, NJ remains the premier spot on the New Jersey Shore for quiet relaxation by the ocean. Since it is only a quarter mile wide, visitors are close to both the sea and the bay. Surf City boasts some of the most naturally beautiful beaches on the east coast, as well as hundreds of boutiques and fine restaurants. View Homes For Sale

Toms River Community

Toms River Township consists of a town center, Downtown Toms River, and many suburban neighborhoods. The proximity to the River, Bay, and Ocean make it an ideal spot for boaters and summer vacationers. Toms River is a great spot to enjoy beautiful beaches as well as easy access to shopping, dining, and other beach town activities. View Homes For Sale

Tuckerton Community

Nestled in Southern Ocean County between the Pine Barrens and the Bay, Tuckerton Borough was once a thriving seaport community from the mid 1700's to the late 1800's . Rich in history, visitors are encouraged to walk the streets, shop there quaint stores, and enjoy the many fine eating establishments. View Homes For Sale