Catch The LBI Vibe With Judy Seddon

Dated: 01/08/2018

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I am so excited to be a licensed real estate salesperson for The Van Dyk Group.  This is an amazing change I am making in my career and am very optimistic.  I spent my childhood living as a year round resident on Long Beach Island. It was a unique experience to grow up here. We had three schools functioning full time at full capacity.  As kids, we ran all over from the school yard to playgrounds to the bay and ocean and back again. Each town hosted a girls’ softball and boys’ baseball team, which changed to the winter basketball program at the St. Francis Center.   As a young adult, the opportunity to find summer jobs and make friends was endless.  The Long Beach Island vibe has stayed in the heart of all who experience coastal living.  I love it here and hope to help you reach your real estate goals. Whether renting, selling or buying, I have spent my adult life in careers that have trained me to come to the point of jumping into the business with an enthusiasm to provide outstanding customer service. Working with The Van Dyk Group, I am able to capture the flow of the wave through associating with a company that has the most real estate experience on Long Beach Island.  I look forward to helping you catch the LBI Vibe, too!

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