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About The Lazarus Team

The team now consists of Ian Lazarus,CRS, Rami Lazarus,CRS, Kevin O’Brien, Ken Discount, Vaughn Glapion and Ray Brown. Each bring substantial qualities and abilities to the group. We established the group in neccessity that any one agent can not be in more than one place and that with the extreme advent of the internet has risen the bar for more technology based marketing strategies.

Since 1984 Ian Lazarus has had tremendous success marketing resort properties in South Jersey. Ian has held senior marketing positions for luxury condominiums, townhouse developers, adult communities, and Real Estate Agencies in Atlantic and Cape May Counties. Real Estate licensed in NJ since 1985 and a Broker since 1987 and received his CRS designation in 1996. He was 2008 Past President of The Cape May County Association of REALTORS and will upgrade your overall real estate experience.

Rami Lazarus,CRS has brought marketing and operations experience to the team. Licensed in Indiana at the age 18, he was assistant to one of the top brokers in Bloomington, IN. Coming back to NJ after school he was licensed in January, 2007 and has been a positive force in bringing the team into the 21st Century. Continuing his real estate education received his Certified Residential Specialist designation in 2009 after two years of coursework and sales production standards.

Kevin O’brien is a full time real estate agent in the Outer Banks, North Carolina, and is dually licensed in New Jersey. Kevin has a great understanding of resort second home properties and is an accomplished website and Blog designer. His marketing prowness has proved to generate substanial exposure for our listing properties and buyer contacts. Find him on Facebook at both his Jersey Shore and OBX pages !

 

About Atlantic County

America’s Favorite Playground hosts 37 million visitors each year who enjoy the beautiful beaches, 24-hour gaming, rolling chair rides on the world’s first boardwalk.

When the sun goes down, the stars come out! Headline entertainment, revue shows, and exciting nightlife reverberate throughout the region. Historic Boardwalk Hall hosts professional boxing and -hockey, family shows and concert performances.

Just a short stroll down the boardwalk, Ripley’s Believe It or Not Museum astounds visitors; The Atlantic City Art Center and Historical Museum at Garden Pier expands one’s horizons.

The newly restored Absecon Lighthouse offers a birds-eye view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Brigantine Inlet. The Ocean Life Education Center gives you an underwater view of marine life. And you do not want to miss “Lucy the Elephant” in Margate, South Jersey’s own Trojan Horse that has been used as a private home, then a real estate office and is now a museum.

Hidden Treasures are not just found along the coast. The Noyes Museum in Oceanville displays vintage bird decoys and outstanding American art. The Edwin B. Forsythe National Wildlife Refuge features more than 42,000 unspoiled acres.

Championship golf courses, deep-sea fishing, sailing, surfing and more…the Atlantic City region is a recreational wonder.

It is easy to see why so many visitors choose the Greater Atlantic City Region as their favorite playground.

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