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113 Grove Street , Montclair - NJ 07042
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About Irma Brainard

Irma uses her industry expertise and her creative problem-solving skills to make every real estate transaction smooth from start to finish.

Equipped with a broadway costume designer's creativity, a loving mother's compassion, and a true desire to help the community, Irma became a Realtor®. Since then, she's been helping members of the New Jersey community negotiate top-dollar deals and make worthy home investments every day. Irma's ready and excited to work with all types of clients, and she specializes in helping first-time home sellers navigate the market as they move on from their starter homes. She brings her industry expertise, her great communication skills, and her stellar intuition to every transaction.

Irma has lived in New Jersey her entire life; from Jersey City to New Brunswick, Lyndhurst, and West Orange. Her knowledge of northern & central New Jersey towns and commuting options into New York City is extensive. She loves helping clients navigate the world of real estate. Irma is eager to help you buy or sell your home!

Irma Brainard
Compass New Jersey, LLC

Compass New Jersey, LLC

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