A Long Search. A Happy Ending!

510 highland

Some home searches take time. That’s just the way it is especially when looking for just the right house in the storied section of Newark known as Historic Forest Hill. So when 510-512 Highland Avenue came on the market my clients, Amy and Tim Hoey, were ready to pounce. And pounce they did.  The following paragraphs say some nice things about how I represented them for which I am most appreciative. But there’s a larger message in their words: use a realtor like me who will find the house you want rather than push you into something that you’ll wish you hadn’t bought. It’s the way I serve my clients.

Call me at 973-865-1863. Let’s talk about what you want to buy.


We had the good fortune to have Brian McCabe represent us for our home purchase. As first-time home buyers, we wanted an agent who thoroughly knew our target community, took time and care to understand us, and had a reputation for great follow through. Brian admirably filled that bill.

He quickly established trust through his accessibility, his listening, his grasp of our goals, and his candor. He communicated clearly throughout the process and responded to us in a timely way. He thoughtfully pointed out and clarified issues in ways that made us feel comfortable with our appraisals. His experience and skillful advocacy on our behalf during contract negotiations were invaluable. Those qualities helped create the atmosphere of mutual trust between the seller and us essential to a successful agreement and closing.

Brian was professionally committed to us, and put in the time and attention to embrace our individual and financial needs. We highly recommend you consider using Brian McCabe’s services for your home purchase or sale.


Author: Brian McCabe, Sales Agent
United Real Estate – North Jersey
18-19 River Road, Fair Lawn, NJ  07410
Cell: 973-865-1863
Office: 888-503-6963
Email:     bmccabe362@gmail.com


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