David Sarnowski

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices

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About David Sarnowski

David is a seasoned real estate professional, specializing in residential sales, rentals and investment properties. David is an 18 year resident of the New Jersey Gold Coast, with the local knowledge needed to provide clients with the best possible service and guidance through the search, purchase and sales processes. Having purchased, managed, renovated, and sold dozens of properties personally for his own real estate investment firm, David is intimately familiar with the intricacies of the most complicated real estate transactions. David is able to leverage his extensive knowledge of design, finance and construction to provide added value and education to his clients. Prior to entering the Real Estate industry, David was a co-founder and partner in an overseas design, sourcing and manufacturing firm that created consumer products for Wal-Mart, Target, Petco, and PetSmart among other national retail chains. David oversaw the company’s marketing, operations and manufacturing, traveling throughout China 6 times per year. David also held multiple positions in Asset & Wealth Management at Deutsche Bank & Scudder Investments in Boston and New York. David graduated from Boston University with a BS in Business Administration, with concentrations in Finance and Marketing

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5 Tips When Searching For Your Dream Home

In today’s real estate market, low inventory dominates the conversation in many areas of the country. It can often be frustrating to be a first-time homebuyer if you aren’t prepared.In a 

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Home Prices Continue On Healthy Course In Q1

Inventory increased and metro market prices rose in the first quarter of 2019, but at a slower pace than the previous quarter, according to new research.From the first quarter of 2018 to the first

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Flips Hit A Peak Recently New Research Shows

Flips hit a peak recently, new research shows. In the lead-up to the recession, flipped homes made up 11.3 percent of sales in the U.S., according to CoreLogic data. In the fourth quarter of

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CAN LOWER RATES BOOST HOME SALES

Existing-home sales in March tumbled 4.9 percent, coming off a February surge, the National Association of REALTORS® reports. At 5.21 million, existing-home sales last month underwhelmed by 5.4

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