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Good morning Mr. Coccia, I wanted to take the time and let you know about our experience with Ryan Palianto. My wife called Ryan on a Sunday afternoon in February 2016 to look at a house. She was browsing one of the real estate apps and he was the listing agent. He met her at the house, but it wasn’t the home for us. We continued to work with Ryan until we closed on August 25th and it was a pleasure every step of the way. We put in many offers and were outbid on a few occasions. We expanded our search, so that we would have more options, but the market was very competitive. On Sunday, July 17th we looked at two homes with Ryan in Lake Hiawatha, but the homes didn’t appeal to us. We were growing frustrated that we weren’t find the right home, so we told Ryan to remove Parsippany from our search criteria. We wanted to purchase before the start of the new school year. He said that he would, which he did as he is a man of his word. A few days later he calls me and says I found THE ONE!! and it’s in Parsippany. We went to look at the home and immediately loved it. It was the 1st time that my wife, son, and myself all agreed. Ryan kept looking in Parsippany even though we asked him not to. Ryan is the reason that we purchased our dream home. He went above and beyond helping us purchase our home. He was always available and answered all of our questions. When he didn’t know the answer he would consult with his peers and you. Many Thanks to Ryan and to your agency.
Hector & Lidia Rojas

The Best Protection You Can Get When Buying A Morris County House Is Picking The Right Buyers Agent

As you know, buying a Morris County New Jersey area property can be a big investment.

You’ve been searching online for properties, maybe for months. Pulling up Zillow or Realtor.com is probably a daily habit by now and you’ve seen lots of properties come and go since you started searching.

But now you’re ready to get serious, right?

That’s where it can be critical to work with the right Morris County real estate agent.

But, how do you know if you’ve found the right one?


Does it even matter who you use as your buyers agent? After all, any agent can drive around and show you houses… right?

Well, that’s what many local home buyers think at first…

… and some choose their friend who has their real estate agent license or that person they saw in the newspaper thinking that “All real estate agents in Morris County are the same“.


But many later find out that the wrong buyer’s agent in Morris County could cause you to…

  • Lose the home you really want to another buyer because of an ill-prepared offer
  • Pay too much for a house based on emotion vs. solid facts
  • Waste hours and hours seeing homes that aren’t what you’re looking for
  • Miss out on an amazing house because it was a “For Sale By Owner” or Foreclosure and that agent isn’t experienced dealing with those types of sellers (or finding those properties) 
  • Overlooking issues with the house that could cost you tens of thousands of dollars and would have been noticed with years of experience working with the right inspectors and professionals
  • … and more

The Right Morris County Area Buyers Agent Can Save You Thousands Of Dollars, Dozens Of Hours, And Lots Of Headaches

Real estate is usually the single largest financial decision most of us make, Coccia Real Estate Group can help you make sure you not only find the house, land, or commercial building you’re looking for… but we’ll help you avoid the common pitfalls and mistakes that only comes with decades of experience and an amazing full-service team backing you up.


Yes! I Want To Work With Coccia Real Estate Group!

Simply fill out the short form below or give us a ring at (973) 887-2500 and let us know a bit about what you’re looking for so we can best help you buy your next Morris County property.

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