Darlene Cecich Sales Associate

Darlene is a self-motivated individual who is committed to helping her clients make the best match between their personal needs and real estate goals. She has both professional and personal experience in selling, purchasing and building homes. Darlene will act as your real estate consultant advising you of current market conditions while guiding you on home prices. She uses the most updated technology to help you find or market your home and will give you the utmost personal attention while communicating regularly during the entire process. Given her negotiation skills and commitment to getting the job done, she will manage your real estate transactions with the most care. Her organizational skills and attention to detail will help to make the process go smoothly.
Darlene resides in Spring Lake and is a lifelong resident of New Jersey. She received her B.S. from the Rutgers University School of Business. For more than 20 years she worked in the pharmaceutical industry for Fortune 100 companies holding positions of increasing responsibility and for several years was a successful project manager receiving achievement awards. These keen management and business skills are well utilized in managing real estate transactions for her clients.
Darlene is also committed to social responsibility in the community. She currently serves as second Vice President of the Woman’s Club of Spring Lake which is engaged in many charitable giving activities. Darlene also collects donations for local area animal shelters & rescue organizations. She enjoys biking, the pristine Spring Lakes beaches and, of course, helping clients make their next real estate decision.

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