Hubbard Park Real Estate is a family-run business committed to providing one-of-a-kind customer service, and at the same time giving its clients access to all of the resources available to purchase a new home, sell a home, relocate to an area, or find a commercial purchase of rental.
Vincent Picciotto opened Hubbard Park in 2010 after over a decade in the real estate business. Besides being the owner, he also serves as the office’s broker of record. “I established the business with my daughter, Vanessa, because we wanted to provide professional service with a personal touch,” says Vincent, who sold the highest priced home in Monmouth County in 2012. “We felt that we can not only build a successful brokerage but make a difference in people’s lives.”
Hubbard Park experienced and dedicated team of professionals will guide potential buyers through the purchase of a home, acreage, commercial, or investment property. “Our clients can expect a home buying or selling experience that will be completely different than any other past experience that they have had with Realtors,” says Vincent. “Clients can expect superior communication, transparent activities, and a level of clarity that will make them not only understand the process but feel excited about it.”
If you are interested in an investment property, Hubbard Park can assist you in finding the most suitable and profitable property for you. Additionally, Hubbard Park offers property management services to relieve investors of the hassles of looking after each individual property while maximizing the value of their investment.
When it comes to selling a house, Hubbard Park’s agents prepare a competitive and complementary market analysis for each client. Hubbard Park posts its listings on major real estate websites and advertises its listings in newspapers, magazines, journals as well as on its website.
No matter the service you need, Hubbard Park builds a relationship of both value and trust with its clients. “Our philosophy regarding relationships only helps our clients feel more comfortable to embark on the financial journey of either selling or buying a home,” says Vincent.
-Published in Early Spring 2015 Edition, living in Monmouth County