Living in a Coastal Community like Ocean City, New Jersey, is an inspiration every day! We are so fortunate to be realtors in this island community, helping our clients to realize their dreams of owning a coastal home!
My husband, Robert Farnsworth, and I moved to Ocean City from Pennsylvania in 1998. We raised our son, Zach, here from the age of 8, attending many Ocean City sporting and educational events. Now, many years later, Zach and his fiancee return to Ocean City in sunny, summer skies to take part in everything Ocean City, and also love to come for visits in winter (they especially love the wild, stormy, coastal weather that may occur in the offseason).
As realtors, Bob and I now get to share our love of Ocean City and the surrounding area with our clients. Whether helping our clients to buy or sell property, we offer our clients comprehensive research into properties, resources, and potential pitfalls. As the transaction progresses, we offer our clients the highest levels of supervision and service through closing and beyond. After the sale, we are known for helping you when needed -- checking your home before and after a storm, meeting repair people -- whatever can help you save time or travel.
Bob and I are both graduates of Franklin & Marshall College, Lancaster, PA. We have amassed many years of experience in corporate sales and buying, marketing and advertising, and have been small business owners ourselves. I am currently an Executive Director on the Ocean City Board of Realtors.
After many years of work with another Ocean City real estate firm, Bob and I recently joined Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc., 14 E 9th Street, Ocean City. Long & Foster offers us a wonderful working environment, coupled with amazing technology that will help us and our clients as well! We are thrilled with the change!
I am a member of the South Jersey Shore Regional MLS, along with the Cape May County MLS. Bob and I are happy to assist our clients in sales or purchases anywhere along the coast and offshore from Atlantic City to Cape May!