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Rosa Wippich Joins Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties New Providence Office

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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ - Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties is proud to announce that Sales Associate Rosa “Rose” Wippich, a New Providence resident with nearly 10 years of real estate experience, has joined the company’s New Providence Office. 

“We are thrilled to have Rose join our team and embrace the same values we do,” said Mike Del Duca, Broker-Associate and Manager of the New Providence Office. “Rose’s proven success and local market expertise make her a valuable asset to our team as well as buyers and sellers throughout our marketplace.”

“My goal is to provide the finest real estate service to my clients based on the highest standard of ethics, values, and client care,” said Wippich. “I am committed to my clients and take great pride in the way I cultivate and maintain my long-term client relationships.”

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A 13-year resident of New Providence, Wippich’s primary market area is New Providence, Berkeley Heights, Summit, Gillette, and Stirling. She extends her market area to Hunterdon and Somerset counties from time to time and is always willing to serve clients where needed.

Wippich is a professional member of the National Association of REALTORS®, New Jersey Association of REALTORS®, and North Central Jersey Association of REALTORS®.  She is also the PTO President at New Providence middle school.

For information on current market activity or buying or selling a home, contact Rose at (908) 208-1738 or Rose.Wippich@BHHSNJ.com.

To discuss a career in real estate, contact Mike Del Duca at the New Providence Office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties, located at 1260 Springfield Avenue, New Providence, NJ 07974, by phone at (908) 464-5200 or email, Mike.DelDuca@BHHSNJ.com.

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About Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New Jersey Properties is an independently owned and operated real estate company and affiliate member of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices network. Serving northern and central New Jersey with more than 800 sales associates in 19 offices, the full-service residential and commercial brokerage perennially ranks among the nation’s top 100 brokerages for sales volume and offers residential resale, new construction, luxury collection, rental and commercial properties as well as relocation, mortgage, title and home warranty services. For more information, visit www.bhhsnj.com or contact the corporate office in Somerset, New Jersey at 800-LIVE-IN-NJ (800-548-3466).

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