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We're so honored to be recognized, not only for our Top Production, but also our Pinnacle Level Quality Service.  Our customers have spoken. They responded to surveys after the sale and gave us the highest service ratings!  Thank you to everyone who bought and sold real estate with CENTURY 21 Mack Morris Iris Lurie and took the time to rate their agent and our office.  Also, a very special thank you to all our agents and staff for consistently delivering award-winning service!

We could not be more proud!!  Check out some of our customer testimonials.  Thank you Rick Davidson for the congratulatory video!

Congratulations To Our Shining Stars of 2016!!

We are pleased to recognize our New Jersey Association of REALTORS® Circle of Excellence Sales Award winners for 2016!

Platinum Level recipient is Laurin LaLima, Gold Level recipients are Ruth Cole, Brian Lichtenthal, Andrea Mesh and Carrie Moyer.  Silver Level recipients are Frank Fortino, Alan Katz, Sheryl Kerner, Garry Klein, Stacy Prestigiacomo and Lori Ragovin. Bronze Level recipients are Lorraine Broccoli, Ianina Fishman, Michael Kalagassy, Susan Kaplan, George “Adam” Russ and Marcia Sokal.

All of these award winners are leaders and innovators, empowering local homebuyers and sellers with valuable information, helping them to make informed real estate decisions. As local market experts, these sales professionals are uniquely qualified to help consumers navigate the opportunities that exist in the local real estate market and provide current sellers with an excellent opportunity to gain additional exposure for their properties.

Marlboro County Acquires 56 Acres To Preserve As Open Space

Marlboro Township completed the purchase of Stattel Farm, at Rts. 520 and 79 in Marlboro, a project they have been working on for more than nine years. A total of 56 acres will be preserved as open space forever.

The acquisition of this land does not impact the budget or local taxes. The Township applied land preservation funding already authorized and in place, including the Township’s dedicated Open Space Trust Fund, NJ Green Acres Matching Grant and state Agricultural Development Committee funding in order to complete the acquisition.

Marlboro Township has logged several open space preservation successes with the Tennent Road (30 acres), Smith Farm (16 acres), Penksa Farm (21 acres) and Baydock Holdings (50 acres) projects.

The Township's continuing efforts to maintain open space is important for the quality of life in our community today, as well as preserving our community's lifestyle for future generations.