Our Approach

The Azimuth Way

Built on a detail-oriented regiment incorporating best practices, we're constantly working harder to make the real estate process easier for our customers, for other brokers, and especially our clients.

Mission Statement

Azimuth Real Estate was built to be the ideal place to work.  Great office space.  Great people.  Great communication.  Competent agents. Happy customers.

The Story

Founded with the belief that the race to bottom among real estate agents leaves many people (agents, vendors, and clients alike) feeling like much is left to be desired.  We're here to fulfill that promise and be so honest, gracious, and honorable that all other brokerages are measured by ours.

Meet the Team

Agents are the lifeblood of our business.  We are only as good as our lowest standard and only as strong as our weakest link.

Fletta O'Sullivan, Broker-Salesperson: License # 1647517
LaToya Degree, Salesperson: License # 1755565
Elizabeth Sanmartin, Salesperson: License # 2297490
Qiana Farres, Salesperson: License # 2297489

John Khellah

Broker-of-Record; License #: 1222229

John was raised and currently lives in Jersey City. John went to (McNair) Academic High School which was rated the best high school in NJ and the sixth in the US at the time he was a senior. The oldest of three siblings, he attended Montclair State University and graduated with a B.S. in Math as well as a B.S. in Computer Science. While moving up and down the East Coast over a period of several years, he's worked in multiple industries {defense, supply-chain management, real estate, insurance} in various roles {accounting, IT, finance, sales}. He also possesses an MBA with a concentration in Finance from Villanova University. John Khellah is currently the broker of record for Azimuth Real Estate in Jersey City, licensed to purchase or lease in NY state, and a real estate instructor as well for multiple real estate schools.

Next Steps...

Pick up the phone to call or text, use social media, email, fax, pony express, telegraph, carrier pigeon, smoke signal, or whatever else floats your boat.  Just don't use any ESP; my head hurts just thinking about it.