Looking for Investor Friendly Agent in Essex, Union, Bergen-NJ

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I'm an experienced real estate investor and developer mostly with a focus on Hudson County, NJ...mix of condo development, retail and multifamily. I'm looking to meet investor friendly agent(s) or property managers that work in Essex County, Union County and Bergen County of New Jersey. NJ has too many towns to list, but I'm not looking for deals in places like Newark or Irvington. I'm looking for safe, working-class neighborhoods like Nutley, Lyndhurst, etc. or nicer towns like Montclair, West Orange, Maplewood, etc. My target investments would be buy and hold single family, multifamily (up to 20 units...maybe more), retail or land. The properties can be turnkey or rehab. In the end, the properties have to generate decent returns (i.e. usually cap rates on real NOI>7%). I can buy all cash or with financing. I can usually qualify easily with standard mortgages or commercial financing. If you're an agent who might be able to help, please send me a private message. I'm also interested to chat with other experienced investors or property managers in these areas.

If you're a commercial broker with expertise in commercial real estate (mostly multifamily or retail), please send me a private message also.

Keywords: New Jersey, North Jersey, Essex County, Bergen County, Union County, Roselle, Cranford, Westfield, Scotch Plains, Union, New Providence, Summit, Millburn, Maplewood, Livingston, West Orange, Verona, Montclair, Nutley, North Arlington, Englewood, Teaneck.

@Kevin K. I am a licensed NJ Real Estate Salesperson, and investor, based out of Dumont, New Jersey.  I do residential, commercial and investment properties.  Currently have a 1 1/3 acre parcel of land for sale in Closter, New Jersey (Bergen County).

Hi Kevin

Welcome to BP. I am an investor focusing on Union and Somerset Counties. Mostly buy and hold single, multi family and Condos.

I am looking to start doing flips and light rehabs if the right opportunity presents itself. Like yourself I prefer blue collar working class downs and try to stay out of the rougher areas.