Your Local Real Estate Connection
Is this the right time to sell? Is this the right area? How are the schools?
Buying or selling your home can be a tricky process. Dennis is a Realtor™ that will help you achieve your Real Estate goals and dreams! Originally from Bergen County, Dennis now serves the Hoboken and greater Hudson County community with Coldwell Banker. Licensed in NJ, he works daily with buyers, sellers, and renters from all over New Jersey.
The Hoboken and Jersey City Downtown areas provide easy access to the city and are consistently ranked the most walkable cities in New Jersey. Families and Professionals from NYC are realizing the Hudson Waterfront is a perfect location for their homes. You can’t beat that view! As a photographer, Dennis has an eye for beautiful architecture and open spaces and will help you find the perfect home that’s waiting for you!
Dennis was very knowledgeable about the market I was looking in. Highly recommended.
-Jim Stroh, Client
Dennis is a very hard worker and will drop everything to make sure his clients get all the info they need. His number one priority is to make sure the client finds their perfect home. He also provided me with sound advice and was always there to help me with any questions I had while I was in the process if buying my own house. Highly recommend
-Justin DeCrescenzo, Friend
Best agent I’ve worked with.. 100% recommend Dennis
-Achilleas Hoppas, Client
Dennis is an insanely hard-worker. Dennis is one of those individuals that when he puts his mind to get something done, it is completed at an extremely high level. Dennis is an individual that is always working to get better at his craft but does so with an attitude that is both inviting and humble. He is someone will listen to your ideas and help you achieve them. He …
-Jacob Cook, Other
Dennis' instincts and willingness to do what it takes to get a deal done makes him an absolute asset. He's been providing me with salient and timely real estate advice for years and my family and I have been all the better for it.
-Patrick O'Brien, Colleague