Maryann Abromitis McFadden

Thirty years ago, Maryann Abromitis McFadden adopted the slogan “No one works harder, no one cares more,” and she has proven it true every single year on the job.  
“Real estate is not just a job for Maryann. it’s a passion,” explains broker and owner John Abromitis.
“Buying or selling a home is one of the biggest life challenges that people face and my goal is to make it as stress-free, rewarding, and yes, even a bit of fun, as possible,” Maryann adds. “In addition, I educate my clients about the latest sales trends and prices in their area. I want to find that perfect home for my buyers, or determine and attain the best sales price for my sellers.” Because of her honesty, caring, and dedication, Maryann has consistently been one of the top producers not just in the office, but in Northwest New Jersey. 
 “I am so fortunate that in my thirty years in this career I have so many happy clients that I have consistent repeats and referrals from those satisfied buyers and sellers. That is a realtor’s dream,” according to Maryann. 

In 2007, another of Maryann’s dreams came true. She became an internationally published bestselling author. She wrote her first novel, The Richest Season, which chronicles the journey of a corporate family, while working as a full-time realtor. She is now the author of 3 novels, which include So Happy Together and The Book Lover, and continues to sell real estate full-time.“Real estate and writing have been perfect companions for me, as one gives me the excitement and people contact I love, not to mention the rewards of helping my clients make their dreams come true, while the other indulges my creative side,” she explains. Maryann is part of a prominent and successful real estate family. Her brother John and his wife Linda took over CENTURY 21 North Warren Realty in the early ‘80’s. In addition, another brother, sister, niece, and mother have all worked alongside her over the years. Her mother, Angie Abromitis, retired at nearly 80 years young.“Real estate is in our blood,” Maryann says. “I couldn’t imagine doing anything else.”

Maryann can be reached at 908-852-0007 (office), 201-874-9331 (cell), or via email: maryannmcfadden@comcast.net