About Us

In 1970, Norman Mazer was the youngest principal broker in New Jersey. He was awarded a Graduate of the N.J. Realtor Institute in 1975, certified as a Real Estate Brokerage Manager in 1986 and as a Resident Specialist in 1987, both by the National Association of Realtors. In 1988 He served as president of the Camden County Board of Realtors and was named Realtor of the Year upon completion of his term. In 2010 he was awarded Realtor Emeritus Status by both the New Jersey and Pennsylvania Associations of Realtors.

Our Civic Pride

Norman Mazer has been a member of Merchantville Masonic Lodge since 1972, serving as an officer from 1973 to 1977, a charter member of the Garden State Rotary Club in 1976 serving as president in 1980 and member of the Cherry Valley Civic Association serving as president in 1981 and again in 1985. He served on the Township of Cherry Hill Blood Bank Advisory Board in 1976 and as a board member of the New Jersey Poison Information Education Center from 1989 to 1995. He coached and managed for the Cherry Hill National Little League 1994, 1995, and 1996. Mr. Mazer was named a Rotary International Paul Harris Fellow in 1981.

Our Market Area

We are Licensed Real Estate Brokers in New Jersey and Pennsylvania and are members of the Trend Multiple Listing Service serving Camden, Burlington, Gloucester, Salem, Cumberland and Mercer Counties in New Jersey and Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery, Chester, Delaware and Berks Counties in Pennsylvania. In addition, our experience includes Cape May, Atlantic, Ocean and Monmouth Counties.

Our Mission

Our mission is to provide you with competent assistance with your real estate endevours, ever mindful of our duties to deal honestly with everyone and to respect the special relationship of trust we have with you.

Why choose us

We can draw upon our experience of selling TENS OF MILLIONS of dollars of real estate over the past 30 years in assisting you at pricing and marketing your property. When your most valuable asset is at stake, don't settle for less.

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