About Steven J Kozusko

Dedication, Commitment, Market Knowledge, Integrity and Communication are essential elements that I, your full-time real estate agent professional, guarantee to provide you with.

I am a lifelong resident of Monmouth County, having lived in Tinton Falls and Eatontown.  Having sold my Eatontown home in 2007 as the housing market began to crumble, I truly understand challenges that confront home sellers today.  My personal and professional experiences have proven to be invaluable to my clients.  I will be there to support and guide you through the sales Monmouth and Ocean County Realtorprocess.

I believe my commitment, dedication and negotiation skill are unsurpassed when working with you to find your dream home.  Like most buyers, a home is the most expensive purchase you’ll probably ever make.  I’ll take the time to find a home you will enjoy at a price you are comfortable with.  Please take a moment to review my client testimonials as they will attest to this.

I graduated with a degree in Business Administration and Economics from Upsala College in 1977.  I received my Real Estate Sales License in 1998 and my Brokers License in 2006.  Prior to my Real Estate career I worked as a Senior Manager in the technology field.  My responsibilities required me to work closely with all types of employees.  I attributes my success in Real Estate to my ability to carefully listen to each of your specific needs.

I have been involved in the Eatontown community, having served as a past member of the Shade Tree Commission.  I also served as a Board of Director, Coach and Umpire for the Eatontown Little League and District 19 Little League.  Past volunteer efforts include the United Way, Jason’s Dreams for Kids, the Hemophilia Association of NJ, and the Metuchen Youth Development Association. I am active officiating High School Sports in Monmouth and Ocean County for the NJSIAA.  I am the proud father of 2 sons.  Along with my former wife Carol, we continue to provide support and guidance for them, when asked, as they pursue post graduate academic careers.