Jackson, NJ --(PR.com)-- Assist-2-Sell Realty Brokerage Group has a new agent on its team. Francine Einhorn joined Assist-2-Sell® in June and will serve Ocean and Monmouth Counties. Francine has three years of real estate experience, and previously served as an agent at a real estate brokerage in Howell, NJ.
Francine is married and has three children, and is a lifetime resident of New Jersey who has resided in Howell Township since 2001. She is also a member of St. Veronica's Parish in Howell Township since 2001 and is a CCD teacher there as well as a member of the Howell High School PTO and Taunton Elementary School PTA.
"As a full time, dedicated, real estate professional taking pride in my profession, I consistently strive at providing the highest level of service to all my clients." Continues Einhorn, "One of the most rewarding aspects of what I do is building relationships with my clients as I help them acquire their goals with one of their most valuable assets, their home."
Based in Jackson, NJ, Assist-2-Sell Realty Brokerage Group was opened by Kimberly Kelly in April, 1998. As "North America's Leading Discount Real Estate CompanySM," Assist-2-Sell® provides home sellers with full brokerage services for a low flat fee, saving consumers nationwide more than $1 billion in commission. The company also offers a full range of services to homebuyers, including access to millions of listings through Assist-2-Sell's unique databases. Kelly and her agents are fully licensed and members of the National Association of REALTORS®. For five straight years Entrepreneur Magazine has recognized Assist-2-Sell as one of the leading franchises and Assist-2-Sell Realty Brokerage Group has been honored as a top-producing office in the national franchise. Assist-2-Sell Realty Brokerage Group is individually owned and operated.
 Savings based on statistics since January 1, 2000 for all Assist-2-Sell offices in North America compared to paying 6% commission. Six percent used for comparison purposes only. Commissions may be negotiable and are not fixed by law.