Joyce G. Wopat has an exceptional and distinguished reputation in real estate. Joyce joined Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty in 2001 as a top preforming sales associate and then selected as Rumson Office Branch Manager two years later. Joyce’s innate ability to motivate and mentor agents of all experience levels set her apart in the business. During her tenure as Manager of the Rumson office, she grew the team from 15 to 60 agents, successfully recruiting some of the top performing agents of the county. Her efforts contributed to impressive growth in that office, with sales volume 650% higher than when she first began in her role of Manager. Joyce has now pivoted from the role of Manager and contributes to the growth of the company by servicing her clients at all stages of their real estate journey with the highest level of professionalism. Joyce is a second-generation Realtor who gained her insight and knowledge of real estate from her mother, Lois Geiling, who was a broker-owner of the Ray Van Horn Agency, a well-established and respected agency in Fair Haven. Since joining her mother’s business in 1985, Joyce has never stopped. She has listed and sold properties in every price range, providing a superior level of personal service to her clients. Having been a lifelong resident of the two rivers community, Joyce can trace the history of many properties back several decades. Her expert knowledge of the area and the real estate business truly set her apart in the industry. And each and every one of Joyce’s clients has benefitted from her expertise, positivity and tenacity. Born and raised in Fair Haven, Joyce is an active member of the business and civic communities. She is an involved, active voting member of the Monmouth County Board of Realtors and has served on several subcommittees. She is a volunteer and avid supporter of Lunchbreak, including spearheading the Adopt-a-Family program at Heritage House Sotheby’s for 6 years. She is also a supporter and participant of the annual Rumson St. Patrick’s Day Parade. She is a member of the Women’s Council of Realtors, and has also served as president of the Highlands Crest Investment Club, as well as being a member of the Fair Haven Fields Committee and the Nativity Church in Fair Haven. In her spare time, she enjoys the zen and peacefulness of gardening, golf, travel and the arts. Joyce resides with her husband, John W. Wopat, an attorney in Red Bank and their children. Joyce can be reached at 732.842.8100 at Heritage House Sotheby’s International Realty.