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SPARTA — Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Sparta, voted one of 2016’s most ethical companies, is pleased to announce that Mary Pat Spekhardt continues to be one of their top producing agents. Mary Pat is a consistent “Million Dollar Producer” with seventeen years of real estate experience. She was among the top three agents in the Sparta office. Most recently she has had multiple properties list and go under contract within seven days.

Mary Pat is a relocation specialist with Coldwell Banker which was awarded the Platinum Excellence Award by the Cartus Broker Network. She has also received the Circle of Excellence Award and has been awarded Agent of the Month numerous times.

Mary Pat specializes in real estate throughout Northern New Jersey. Her experience covers the full range of real estate including, but not limited to single and multi-family homes, condominiums, multi-acre horse and farm properties, rentals, vacant land and commercial properties; from fixer-uppers to multi-million dollar lakefront estates.

According to the National Association of Realtors, 88 percent of prospective home buyers shop for their next home on the internet before contacting a real estate agent. To attract these buyers to her listings, Mary Pat uses a professional photographer to stage and photograph her listings. These photos then appear on the most frequently visited real estate websites. This innovative marketing has been featured on CNBC-TV, The Huffington Post, The Star Ledger, The Sparta Independent, CNBC.com, NJ.com and on the TAP Into websites.

Mary Pat attended Seton Hall University where she earned a Bachelor of Science degree. She is a member of the Sussex County, New Jersey and National Associations of Realtors and the New Jersey and Garden State Multiple Listing Services.

Mary Pat’s contact info is: Cell (973) 670-3631, E-mail MaryPat@earthlink.net


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