Daniel Fevre

Daniel Fevre


Languages Spoken:

  • English
  • French
  • 908-376-1034
  • 908-464-5200 ext 354
  • 908-464-5200
  • 1260 Springfield Avenue
    New Providence, NJ 07974
Contact Me

Ask Me about buying your first home.

I'll "Guard and Protect" Your Interests Every Step of the Way

Just like my four-legged friend, Jack, clients find me to be loyal and vigilant about their interests. 

Buyers enjoy a thorough search and together we can sniff out the best home values and understand the market one bite at a time.  When we make an offer, I won't rollover during the negotiations and will be a real watchdog for you.

No bones about it, sellers appreciate the way I can jump to the challenges of marketing homes in today's environment.  I'll chase buyers over the internet and fetch the best possible price.  We'll make the selling experience something to howl about.

Contact me and we can shake, sit and speak!   And I promise, no growling . . . .

I "rode the rails" as a NY commuter for over ten years and know all the shortcuts from the suburbs to the train stations.  Train towns on the Midtown Direct lines are always popular because they are nice communities within an hour of the world's greatest city.  I'd like to show you my neighborhoods and why you should move here, too.You can also find me at: www.NewJerseyBestHomes.com  

Professional Background

I was an executive chef and moved through the ranks hotel business where I managed two premier hotels in Times Square.  Customer service ranks highly with me and my team and I achieved "Hotel of the Year".  I bring this customer service perspective to my real estate practice. 

I am a member of these professional organizations:

  • National Association of REALTORS (NAR)
  • New Jersey Association of REALTORS (NJAR)
  • North Central Jersey Association of REALTORS (NCJAR)
  • Garden State Multiple Listing Service (GSMLS)




I enjoy working with first time buyers and New York commuters.  And, as an investor myself, I also enjoy working with investors on income property. 



Professional Interests

I enjoy achieving working with unconventional solutions to conventional problems.  This is particularly helpful making difficult transactions work.

Community Involvement

I have been an active supporter of Sunshine Kids, the Prudential charity of choice, for several years. 

In addition, I support animal welfare causes -- please see the paragraph entitled "Charity Begins with Homes" below. 


Charity Begins with Homes

My wife, Teri, and I are animal lovers.  We enjoy our numerous pets and care deeply about issues relating to the well being of all animals.  It saddens us to see the animal shelters filled with lost or homeless pets.  We are grateful that there are shelters with dedicated volunteers and staff to give these animals a chance. 

In New Jersey we are particularly impressed with the work done by a local animal shelter, Mt. Pleasant Animal Shelter, in East Hanover.  This shelter provides a high standard of care, offers community outreach programs, endorses spay/neuter programs, and, of course, depends heavily on donations to continue their fine work.

In our case, "Charity Begins with Homes" and a percentage of our brokerage fees for each home transaction is donated to this fine organization.

We thank you for your support -- and please consider sharing your new home with a homeless pet.  We did.

Personal Background

I was born in Toulouse, France and moved to the United States in 1979.  

My wife, Teri Danahey, and I work as a team for the benefit of our real estate clients.  We were residents of New Providence for 8 years before moving to Warren, NJ.   

Personal Interests

I enjoy biking and am determined to form a "Realtor on Wheels" bike tour where we take a Sunday and bike to open houses.  I also enjoy sheepherding with our German Shepherd dogs.


  • Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource
  • MLS


BA Micro-Mechamic 1976, St Denis College France




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