Meet Cynthia Hertlik, One of Monmouth County’s Most Experienced Realtors

Cynthia Hertlik, Monmouth and Middlesex Realtor at RE/MAX GenerationsCynthia “Cindy” Hertlik is known as “Your RE/MAX Agent for today’s market.” As an experienced real estate agent with volume and transactions that rank her in the higher percentiles for regional real estate agents, she has a strong following and high success rate in selling clients’ properties quickly and for top dollar. With accuracy in pricing and adjusting, her purchase offers and sales are right on target and fall in with accuracy when it comes time for bank appraisals.

On January 1, 2011 Cynthia joined a brand new RE/MAX office in Red Bank. RE/MAX Generations is located on Maple Avenue. The elite team of four agents report over $20 million dollars worth of real estate transactions in 2010, while the number one office in Red Bank with approximately 16 agents reported at just over $29 million. The group has high expectations for being the number one office in the area.

Part of Cynthia’s success comes from more than twenty years of behind the scenes work with builders, developers, attorneys, governmental and even the interior design field, all related to land, building and homes. With education and practice in marketing and public relations, she knows how to cast the broadest net in marketing a home reaching larger numbers of potential buyers.

Knowing it is essential, especially in today’s economy, to promote and market your home outside of your local geographic area and for this reason, it is important to work with an agent, like Cynthia, who understands the international real estate market.

“Cynthia Hertlik is one of our certified International Real Estate Specialists (I.R.E.S.) and we are delighted to be given the opportunity to recommend her to you as one of our most knowledgeable and successful agents,” Audree Mevellec, Président and co-founder of IMSCE llc and co-founder of I.R.E.S. and REI  Real Estate Institute.

Cynthia Hertlik, Monmouth Realtor, Haven and HomeWith this experience and in an effort to work ahead of the curve in the developing and changing world of real estate, Cynthia has formed and works under Haven and Home, LLC. She has developed and continues to develop a business plan to bring information to her audience on real estate and all things related to home whether it is information on available properties, sales records, financing, design resources or referrals. You can also find her on Facebook.

Cindy is a sponsor of the Spring Networking and Red Carpet Gala to Benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters, on Apr 15th in Marlboro.

“I am proud to be a sponsor of such a fine event, associated with outstanding businesses and entrepreneurs and most importantly support an organization like Big Brothers, Big Sisters. It’s all an honor and part of being of service.” – Cynthia in a recent statement. Another organization she likes to support is the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN), a portion of all commissions earned by Haven and Home, LLC goes to CMN.

Cindy’s office is located at RE/MAX Generations, 169 Maple Avenue in Red Bank. Her number is 732.489.1144 and website www.havenandhome.com.

 

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