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Glen Kelly Real Estate Celebrates Grand Opening of their Colts Neck Office


COLTS NECK, NJ: On Saturday, March 3, Glen Kelly Real Estate LLC celebrated their official Grand Opening of their third location.

Their new office is located at 273 Highway 34, Suite 204 in Colts Neck. Radio 95.9 TheRAT radio station streamed music at the entrance, welcoming guests as they arrived for the event. Guest mingled and enjoyed refreshments as introductions were made.

Colts Neck Mayor, JP Bartolomeo visited the Grand Opening and commented, “Welcome to Monmouth County and Colts Neck, a great place to live, work and raise a family! We wish you the best of luck in your newest location!”

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Glen Kelly Real Estate has nearly 50 agents. Originally based in southern New Jersey, they have now officially expanded into Monmouth County with the opening of their new Colts Neck office. Founder of Glen Kelly Realty, Glen Kelly comments, “It’s great to be based in beautiful Colts Neck as we begin to expand our company throughout Monmouth County. I bring over 20 years of real estate experience and founded our business with the philosophy that I now share with all of our agents; we treat our clients like family. At Glen Kelly Real Estate, we have a team work philosophy. Our nearly 50 agents work together as a team and I am always available to assist my brokers and agents. I look forward to meeting all of the great residents and business folks in Colts Neck. If you did not have a chance to make our open house, please stop by our Colts Neck location during office hours to meet our team.”

Glen Kelly Real Estate, LLC has two additional offices locate in Beachwood, NJ and Little Egg Harbor, NJ. For more information about Glen Kelly Realty LLC visit

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