Joshua Mrozinski

eXp Realty in Pocono Mountains

About Joshua Mrozinski

My clients’ interests are paramount. I advocate for my clients, communicate regularly and remain steadfastly engaged. I work diligently to make certain that my clients achieve their goal of either buying or renting their home or selling their house. I get the job done and I care.

I believe that Realtors® can make what seems impossible happen. The seemingly impossible happens when all parties cooperate to reach the shared goal of closing the sale. When all parties remain engaged and communicate, the sale happens.

I live in Moore Twp. in Northampton County. Married to a wonderful person, Ellen, and have one child, Maverick. I am a member of the Morning Star Rotary Club of Bethlehem. Prior to operating a real estate business, I had spent more than a decade as a journalist and had written largely for local newspapers (i.e., the Times-Tribune of Scranton) , as well as various online news sites and blogs. I most recently wrote about the capital markets, commercial mortgage-backed securities and commercial real estate transactions of at least $15 million across the country for Commercial Real Estate Direct at

I ultimately left my career as a fulltime journalist to build a real estate business to not only engender a better life for family, but also to help people and to contribute to the community.

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