- 225 Maple Avenue
South Plainfield, NJ 07080
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I have been in the Real Estate business since 2001. Below are additional areas in which I am proficient.
- Forecasted and tracked departmental budgets and submitted information to the financial organization.
- Established financial controls to determine departmental/project related costs. Ensured erroneous expenditures were routed to the proper organizations.
- Researched and gathered statistical data and maintained reports.
- Point of Contact to the procurement group to ensure appropriate billing of vendor services and that payment was completed in a timely fashion.
- Initiated and coordinated performance and salary reviews.
- Served as Point of Contact for facilities management for employee moves and/or redesigns of work areas including offices, laboratories, equipment, etc. Ensured outdated equipment/supplies was disposed of or donated to various charities.
- Responsible for the recruitment, selection, staffing and employment processes.
- Calculated initial hiring salaries and submitted salary information to payroll.
- Investigated issues, researched company policies, and negotiated optimum resolutions.
- Established performance criteria to ensure associates were rated fairly.
- Responsible for ongoing payroll issues, communication and implementation of benefit plans.
- Established time reporting processes and ensured approval of variations from normal workweeks.
- Designed, developed and instructed various PC applications and secretarial procedures.
- Directed secretaries, clerks and word processors to meet the demands of various research and development organizations.
- Resolved issues concerning absenteeism, employee conflicts, unprofessional behavior, performance problems, etc.
- Responsible for overseeing the daily production of a mail opening center and a data entry center (remittance processing).
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties, South Plainfield, NJ Administrator/ Sales 4/01 – Present
First Data (REMITCO),
AT&T Bell Laboratories,
Short Hills, NJ Secretarial/PC Instructor 2/88-10/91
AT&T Certified Instructor, Test Administrator and Recruiter
Licensed New Jersey Real Estate Agent
I have lived in Plainfield, NJ; Glenarden, MD, Nashville, TN and Columbus, GA. I received my HS diploma from McGavock Comprehensive High School in Nashville, TN and received a Certificate in Management from the College of St. Elizabeth in Madison, NJ. I obtained my Real Estate license in 2001.
McGavock Comprehensive High School - Diploma
College of St. Elizabeth - Certificate in Management
NJ Real Estate License
I specialize in first time home buyers, residential, condo, townhomes, rentals, single and multi-family homes.
Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties supports the Sunshine Kids Cancer Foundation, which is dedicated to pediatric cancer research and to improving the quality of life of pediatric cancer patients and their families.
10 Ways to Prepare for Homeownership
- Decide what you can afford. Generally, you can afford a home equal in value to between two and three times your gross income.
- Develop your home wish list. Then, prioritize the features on your list.
- Select where you want to live. Compile a list of three or four neighborhoods you’d like to live in, taking into account items such as schools, recreational facilities, area expansion plans, and safety.
- Start saving. Do you have enough money saved to qualify for a mortgage and cover your down payment? Ideally, you should have 20 percent of the purchase price saved as a down payment. Also, don’t forget to factor in closing costs. Closing costs — including taxes, attorney’s fee, and transfer fees — average between 2 and 7 percent of the home price.
- Get your credit in order. Obtain a copy of your credit report to make sure it is accurate and to correct any errors immediately. A credit report provides a history of your credit, bad debts, and any late payments.
- Determine your mortgage qualifications. How large of mortgage do you qualify for? Also, explore different loan options — such as 30-year or 15-year fixed mortgages or ARMs — and decide what’s best for you.
- Get preapproved. Organize all the documentation a lender will need to preapprove you for a loan. You might need W-2 forms, copies of at least one pay stub, account numbers, and copies of two to four months of bank or credit union statements.
- Weigh other sources of help with a down payment. Do you qualify for any special mortgage or down payment assistance programs? Check with your state and local government on down payment assistance programs for first-time buyers. Or, if you have an IRA account, you can use the money you’ve saved to buy your fist home without paying a penalty for early withdrawal.
- Calculate the costs of homeownership. This should include property taxes, insurance, maintenance and utilities, and association fees, if applicable.
- Contact a REALTOR®. Find an experienced REALTOR® who can help guide you through the process.
My hobbies include:
- Breeding Maltese Puppies