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Jordan Baris Realtors is on Cutting Edge of Real Estate Industry

Front Row, L-R: Ellen Quentze,l Ken Baris, Jordan Baris, Carol Abdo, Jose Alduende Back row, L-R: Colin Dibley, Dennis Byun, former employee,  Diane Rodrigues, Brenda Dobbs Credits: Cynthia Cumming

WEST ORANGE, NJ - Celebrating 62 years in the real estate business may be enough of an accomplishment for some companies, but for Jordan Baris, Inc. Realtors, their dedication and commitment to excellence have propelled them to national fame.

Jordan Baris began his career marketing real estate on Long Island in 1950. In 1952, Jordan Baris moved to New Jersey and opened Jordan Baris, Inc., which is now headquartered in West Orange. They also have a branch in South Orange. Their title insurance agency, JB Title Agency, LLC, has its offices in Springfield. Providing services in Residential, Commercial and Investment Property Sales and Leasing, last year, the companyconducted business in 9 counties and 47 towns in New Jersey.

From high profile clients, such as a Middle Eastern Crown Prince, athletes, entertainers, and business leaders to families, Jordan Baris is also considered a “Realtor’s Realtor,” providing services for other independent realtors across the country. Always in demand as a speaker at industry events, Ken Baris, President of Jordan Baris Realtors, in New Jersey, is a driving force behind the infrastructure that houses the professional and technological cutting-edge programming that provides the tools for success to its realtors and clients.

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Their commitment to a great client experience is what sets Jordan Baris apart from so many other realtors.

The company offers its team ongoing training, marketing, data packages and leads, free of charge, that drive sales and enhance their success. Long considered an industry innovator in the field of technology, Jordan Baris is also a technology innovator, with the creation of the award-winning “Top Presenter,” software, which won the award by the National Association of Realtors for the best software of that year. Unique to the company is JB Advantage, which was created by eLumindata for Jordan Baris, Inc. It is a mobile technology that provides high-end analytics that instantly ascertain Market Performance comparisons of schools, neighborhoods, price ranges, real estate sales, towns, and more. The insights unlocked by JB Advantage provide a distinct competitive advantage to Jordan Baris clients--both buying and selling, as well as to the Baris team.

As a member of The Leading Real Estate Companies of the World, Jordan Baris Realtors is part of an elite group of brokers that realize more annual real estate volume than any other national real estate consortium. Ken is the recipient of their 2012 President’s Award for Service, and 2010 Transaction of the Year for outstanding client experience. He is also the past President of the NY Metro Group of Leading RE, member CRB Board of Directors, Zillow Broker Advisory Board, Mobile Real Estate ID Board and Executive Committee of eLumindata Inc. Ken and his dad, Jordan, are also actively involved in the community. Ken is a Board member for the JCC of Metrowest, and a former board member of the Oscar Schindler Performing Arts Center, and the West and South Orange Chambers of Commerce.

Based on the testimonials of satisfied clients that arrive at the Jordan Baris offices on a weekly basis, it is clear that they continue to achieve their goals. For more information on Jordan Baris Realtors, please visit their website at

Editor's Note: Jordan Baris Realtors is an advertiser on For advertising information, please call Jackie Schatell at 201-618-7444 or


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