Jay Rosenthal

    O: 410-465-6900

    The #1 Keller Williams Team in the World

    Jay was born in Brooklyn New York and attended Pace University. After college he served six years in the Army Reserve National Guard. He moved to Maryland in 1976 to join Martin’s Caterers and enjoyed a career spanning over 25 years in the hospitality industry. Jay has lived in Howard County for more than 37 years and currently resides in Ellicott City with his wife, Leslie and four rescue dogs.
    In 2002, Jay retired from the restaurant business and became a mortgage lender. His affinity for working with home buyers prompted his move into Real Estate. He enjoys working with everyone from the first time home buyer to the empty nesters looking to downsize.

    Working with Jay to buy or sell your home will insure you of:

    · Great communication- Jay is available when and where you need him.
    · The ability to explore all of your options to find the home which is best for you.
    · Strong negotiating skills to help you get the most for your home.
    · His patient guidance throughout the process from his first contact until the transaction has been completed.

    My favorite thing about Maryland is: the Baltimore Orioles.

    My life motto is: treat others the way that you would want to be treated.

    If I could time travel, I would go back to: the 70's.

    If I could be anyone in the world, I would be: Bob Dylan.

    If I didn't work in real estate, I would: open a dog sanctuary.

    A random fact about me is: I attended Woodstock in 1969.

    I can't live without my: Dogs.

    When I'm not working, I: enjoy live music, theater and baseball

    People who know me would say, I: am pretty easy to get along with.

    My favorite quote is: what goes around, comes around.

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    SRES

    Jay Rosenthal
    Realtor/ Partner, SRES
    Carroll County
    6229 Sykesville Road
    Eldersburg, MD 21784
    Phone: 410-465-6900
    Fax: 410-465-6922

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