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520 Route 9 North , Manalapin - NJ 07726
Office: 1-609-389-7091

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About Philip B. Stock

Over 15 Years of Real Estate experience in Middlesex, Monmouth and Ocean Counties.

Stress Free Great Customer Service is what this business is all about!

It is key to work with a real estate professional you can trust. I am dedicated to providing the absolute finest service and expertise possible for my clients. Whether you are buying or selling your primary residence, a second home, or relocating to a new neighborhood, I can help make your home ownership dreams come true.

I get great personal pleasure out of being able to help my clients succeed and move forward to that next place they will call Home Sweet Home :)

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