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ERA Meeker Realty Joins Clark's ERA Village Green Realtors

Vita Zoltak of Cranford's Meeker Realty Joins Forces WIth Anthony D'Agostino of ERA Village Green in Clark. Credits: (c) Elizabeth Clee-TAPinto 2017

CLARK, NJ  - ERA Village Green Realtors recently announced the addition of ERA Meeker Realtors to its team of real estate sales professional serving consumers throughout the Clark and Cranford markets.

“In today’s market, growth is the only option, and attracting top talent is a surefire way to achieve that goal,” said Anthony D’Agostino, Broker Owner of ERA Village Green Realty.  “We are thrilled to have Vita Zoltak, of ERA Meeker Realty and agents of her Realtor Associates’ caliber join our firm.  Her firm and ERA Village Green Realtors have combined 76 years of real estate experience here in local markets.”

The decision relates to today’s trending towards consolidation of operation and to offer potential home buyers and sellers expanded area coverage and full service with buying, selling, and leasing of residential/commercial properties including residential appraisal services.

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“Attention to consumer needs has always been a trademark of both our real estate firms,” said Vita Zoltak. “Now we will be able to deliver our commitment to service to our customers at the Clark location, throughout Union County, in to Middlesex and Monmouth/Ocean county market areas and fully leverage the ERA core values of innovation, collaboration and superior service.”

“Unwavering commitment to clients has been critical to my success, and ERA Village Green Realtors’ culture of team work and knowledge sharing, combined with its reputation for superior service, will not only enhance the day to day operations, it will enhance the experience of all of our clients as well,” said D’Agostino.

As part of ERA Village Green, The new ERA group will be able to continue to offer homebuyers and sellers a wide variety of innovative and market- relevant products and services such as the ERA Sellers Security® plan and the ERA Gold Star Property®  program as well as robust online marketing programs, extensive listings distribution partners and related services including title and th e ERA home warranty.

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