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209 Central Ave. , Westfield - NJ 07090

About Eileen Burlinson



Business Philosophy:

My business is based on satisfied clients referrals. I am results oriented with emphasis on outstanding service and listening skills. I am thrilled to help my first time buyers progress to their second and third homes. These traits have served my clients well for twenty years.

Education and Training:

A graduate of Mt. Aloysius College with a degree in Merchandising
Graduate Realtor Institute.
Continuing education in the Real Estate field.

Awards and Designations:

Broker/Sales Associate
New Jersey Circle of Excellence 2009
Life time member of the Distinguished Sales

Areas of Expertise:

Residential Real Estate in Union and Somerset Counties.

Community Involvement:

Hospitality for the Homeless,
Contact We Care
St. Joseph's Church

Personal Background:

I grew up on Long Island and came to the Westfield area as a corporate transferee, with a background in Merchandising and Human Resources.

Communities I Serve:

Westfield, Scotch Plains, Fanwood, Mountainside, Clark,Cranford, Berkeley Heights, New Providence, Plainfield, North Plainfield, Warren, Watchung, Greenbrook, Bridgewater and Longhill Twp.

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