Stacey is a real estate agent who achieves top results for her clients. As a residential specialist, she has extensive knowledge of the local real estate market and helps all of her clients attain their real estate goals. Stacey first started out as a leasing agent at a 175-unit garden apartment complex at Crossroads Gardens in Woodbridge, NJ. After a year there, she decided to add real estate sales into her area of expertise and obtained her NJ real estate license in 2011. While maintaining her license, Stacey has become a Certified Home Marketing Specialist (CHMS) and she holds the Military Relocation Professional Certification (MRP) to help military personnel and veterans find housing that best meets their needs, the Short Sales and Foreclosure Resource Certification (SFR) to guide sellers through the complexities of short sales as well as help buyers purchase short sale and foreclosure homes, and the Better Homes and Gardens Staging Certification which is an essential marketing tool for every home seller.
Stacey is a Bergen County native who was born and raised in Hackensack (Go Comets!) and she has lived in Essex and Hudson Counties. She is also an avid sports fan and you can often see her cheering on her favorite local professional sports teams. Her love for sports started at an early age as she was a student-athlete from elementary school through high school. After high school, Stacey focused on her studies and obtained her Bachelor’s degree from Rutgers University in New Brunswick. A few years later, she obtained her Master’s degree from Montclair State University. Stacey’s studies at the universities taught her to be a self-starter, a strong communicator and negotiator which are essential skills for the real estate field.
Aside from real estate, Stacey is an active participant in the community. She is a member of the Eastern Bergen County Board of Realtors (EBCBOR), Community Service and Outreach Committee, which works for the betterment of local towns by performing volunteer work and outreach throughout the year. Stacey and her committee also volunteer at the Boys & Girls Club of Lodi by assisting the staff with scheduled activities for the children. Along with their volunteer work, the EBCBOR and its Community Service and Outreach Committee have contributed generous donations to the Boys & Girls Club.