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Coccia - Farmbrook Merger Announced

Jan R. Kwapniewski, President of Coccia Realty, Inc., one of Northern New Jersey’s fastest growing & top selling independent real estate companies, recently announced the acquisition of Farmbrook Realty of Montville Township, rebranded, Coccia Realty, Inc.,” Farmbrook Division”.

“We are very excited to have Farmbrook become part of our team” boasts Kwapniewski, “Farmbrook Realty’s presence in the Montville area market, combined with Coccia Realty’s tools and support is certainly a “win-win” for not just our agents, but more so for our clients and customers.” Farmbrook brings to the table knowledgeable, skilled and professional Realtors. I am proud to have them on our team.” He added; “This merger, as well as the recent opening of our flagship office in Madison, will strengthen and solidify our position throughout Morris County giving consumers an advantage when looking for the best in a real estate office.”

Farmbrook Realty, established in 1993 by Anita Bineau, who started her career in 1974, and her business partner/husband James Bineau, licensed since 1988, had established themselves as a boutique real estate firm specializing in new construction as well as existing home and commercial sales and rentals. Their location allows them to cover a vast region, not just Montville Township(which is made up of Montville, Towaco & Pine Brook), but communities such as Boonton, Boonton Township, Denville, The Caldwell’s, Fairfield, Lincoln Park, Kinnelon, Pequannock, Wayne, Parsippany, and much of the Rte. 287/Route 23 corridor & throughout Morris and Passaic County.

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“Our firm’s success is due to the very personal attention and dedication given to all phases of the business,” states Anita Bineau, “We dedicate ourselves to providing the best service possible to our clients. By teaming up with Coccia Realty, we enable our team and most importantly, our clients, the best tools possible to accomplish their goals as we continue to strive towards meeting the expectations of both.” Jim Bineau added: “We are very excited to part of the Coccia Realty organization, as it allows us and our agents to utilize innovative systems and tools needed to be competitive in today’s market and assist our clients in getting their home sold”.

The acquisition of the Montville office brings the total number of offices to 5 within the Coccia Realty Network of offices with over 120 agents and staff, which includes the addition of 36 agents from Farmbrook , serving Essex, Hudson, Bergen, Passaic, Morris, Union and Sussex County, with offices in Madison, Kearny, Lyndhurst, Rutherford and now Montville Township, as well as the entire rest of the state and the country through the auspices of the Leading Real Estate Companies of the World connections.

Coccia Realty, Inc. has been established in the business of selling real estate since 1961 and is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year. They are members in good standing with the local, state and National Association of Realtors and with the Garden State MLS, the New Jersey MLS, being in the top 2% of selling brokers of transactions closed in the latter and the Hudson Multiple Listing Service (MLS).

For more information about the company, for any of your real estate needs or interested in joining their team, please contact Coccia Realty, Inc, Farmbrook Division, at 973-334-1232 or or visit their website at or visit their offices at 670 Main Road, Montville Township.

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