About Us

My Real estate career began in 1989 as a Real estate agent in the State of NJ. In a period of 12 years, 1989-2001, I worked as Sales Associate for 3 different Real Estate Firms, all located in Hoboken, until I opened my own shop.
Choice Properties opened its doors on October 1, 2001 as a new Real Estate Broker in town. We are members of the Hudson County MLS and Liberty Board of Realtors, NAR and NJAR and I personally have been a member since 1989. I am a multi-annual recipient of the New Jersey Association of Realtors Million Dollar Sales Club Award.
I have been practicing Real Estate for the past 24 years and together with my agents, have been directly involved and brokered various types of Real Estate transactions throughout my career in Hoboken and the surrounding areas in Hudson County. We have helped many people achieve their Real Estate goals, including the sale and leasing of Residential and Commercial properties, Brownstones, Investment properties and the sale of Condominiums, with an accent on the residential apartment rental market in Hoboken.

Meet Our Team

Our Agents at Choice Properties are professional, courteous, hard working, and have vast knowledge of Real Estate trends in the Hudson County market and pledge to offer our full services to you, help and guide you in every step of the way to your new home, if you let us.
Whether you’re in need to Rent an apartment , Lease new Office space, Sell your current Home, Condo or Brownstone, or Buy your very first Apartment or Home in Hoboken and close-by surrounding areas in Hudson county, we will listen to your needs, assist you and provide access to view any available property within your budget, in a professional, convenient and timely fashion.
Our goal is to provide you with excellent service and make sure that your Real Estate experience, in any aspect of it, is a positive one… So give us a call!

 

Did You Know?

In the beginning, Hoboken was a bucolic island of trees and green pastures, separated at the west by marshes and ponds. The land was inhabited by the Lenni Lenape Indians who camped on the island in the summers. 1609, Henry Hudson’s ship, the Half Moon, landed in Hoboken Cove, by the border of Weehawken, where the navigator noted the island and its green serpentine rock. Hudson and his crew were the first Europeans known to have seen Hoboken.

More than a hundred years later, in 1783, the “island” was purchased by Colonel John Stevens for 18,360 pounds sterling, about $100,000 today, and settled on the name Hoboken. From 564 bucolic acres, he and his descendants led in the creation of this thriving 21st century city.