Ocean County Real Estate Agencies

    Clayton & Clayton Realtors

  512 Main Avenue - Bay Head, NJ           
Proudly serving Monmouth and Ocean County for almost 80 years of service, Clayton & Clayton has remained family owned and dedicated to handling their client’s properties “quietly” while publicly…“we just simply produce.” Three full time partners, Sharon & William Clayton, whose father Stanley C. Clayton founded the firm in 1930. The tradition of being the broker of choice continues with a third generation, Shawn and Amy Clayton, the family business will continue with Shawn’s two daughters, Madison and Alexa, one day they will become the fourth generation.
Combining knowledge, local connections, extremely aggressive & protective of their elite clientele, the firm remains focused primarily on properties of special interest. The company is recognized as the finest, most reputable & most productive in its market. Offering Ocean front, Bay front, River front , & Superior Horse Farms, creating an ability to serve those seeking to buy, sell or rent luxury properties.
    Coldwell Banker Flanagan Realty
  1541 Route 37 East - Toms River, NJ             
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"If you're looking for homes for sale in Toms River, NJ or Manchester,NJ, our offices conveniently located in Toms River and Manchester, will give you the most up-to-date information on Real Estate opportunities available.
Serving these Ocean County Communities: Toms River, Beachwood, Bayville, Brick, Dover Twp., Island Heights, Ocean Gate, Pine Beach, So. Toms River... and in numerous Beach areas such as: Ortley Beach, Lavallette, Seaside Heights & Seaside Park.
    Williamson Realtors
  429 Hooper Ave. - Toms River, NJ           
"A traditional full service real estate firm located in the Village Section of Toms River New Jersey. Our offices are located in a converted 1920's vintage home where much of the architectural integrity of the building has been preserved. This early 20th century character reminds us of a time when our grand tradition of home ownership was only in it's infancy and owning a home was still out of reach for many. This lends perspective to the work we pursue today in helping people to achieve their dreams of home ownership, and makes us proud to be a part of this continuing American tradition that has enabled so many of us to achieve that dream."