With an education in Business Management, Maggie had worked as an Executive Administrator for Bronx Lebanon Hospital Center for over 10 years before embarking on the real estate industry. Starting in early 2004 for Weichert Realtors she began her career in real estate with the same passion and dedication she had for her patients in the healthcare industry in previous years, and it is evident with her track record.
Beginning in May of 2005 with RE/MAX Village Square, Maggie has consistently ranked among the top Sales Associates within the company. After only 6 months establishing herself as a member of RE/MAX President’s Club and in December 2005 winning the Veteran Rookie of the Year (top sales producer who transferred from another brokerage). Maggie has also consistently ranked among the top Sale Associates in the West Essex County Area with her outstanding customer service and enthusiasm. When you work with Maggie you will receive the benefit of her knowledge, judgment and expert negotiating skills. Maggie achieved the NJAR Circle of Excellence in 2007 –2014 with average of over $6 Million each of those years in transactions.
Additionally, Maggie is so very fortunate to be voted a Five Star Professional for Realtors the past 5 years. This honor is voted upon by buyers and sellers to the top 400 realtors statewide out of over 90,000 New Jersey licensees. These realtors are recognized for providing excellent customer service to their clients.
Maggie has been a resident of Woodland Park since 1990. She is very active in her community and the surrounding Montclair area with her fight against roadside litter campaign.
Growing up in, and frequenting Rutherford in Bergen County for 50 years, living in Woodland Park, Passaic County for 24 years, and working in Upper Montclair, Essex County, for 10 years, Maggie has the value of her endless knowledge of a variety of towns and amenities which will fit her client’s needs best.
She is a Dame in the American Association of Order of Malta Charity Organization which serves the poor and the needy of the area and is very active in many athletic activities.