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1709 Hwy 35 N , Oakhurst - NJ 07755
Office: 1-732-695-1600

About Ellen W. Kale

  • Broker Associate for Re/Max Gateway
    Oakhurst, NJ 07755
  • 732-695-1600 #108 Cell 732 895 5990
  • I have been a REALTOR for 40 years.
  • Work mostly in Monmouth County.
  • Residential listings for sellers and buyers.
  • Past President of MORR.
  • NJR and MORR REALTOR of the Year 2008.
  • MORR Special Service Recognition 2016
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