STATEN ISLAND, NY--After college, Anthony C. Guglieri became a retail stockbroker on Wall Street.  While interacting with his clients, Anthony was curious about the wealth his clients amassed through real estate. Anthony decided to take real estate classes at night in Staten Island to get his real estate license and become a broker.

At first, Anthony’s objective was to buy and sell properties just for himself. But then he liked it so much, Anthony bought out the company he was working for which was Prime Time Real Estate in Staten Island.

The company was owned by a NYC firefighter and Anthony felt a connection to the company because his own father was a NYC firefighter! The business grew! Today Prime Time Real Estate has two locations, the original one in Staten Island, New York and since 2003 in Aberdeen, New Jersey.

Mr. Guglieri met builders who were looking for land to build houses. Anthony was able to help contractors find property, construct and sell the homes. Once again, Anthony being curious about construction, wanted to learn all he could!  The builders took Anthony under their wings and eventually he was able to get his general contracting license. Anthony’s quest, ambition and determination led him to learn the real estate and construction business from the ground up: how to build a home, how it's constructed, buying and selling, finance end, the legal end, the title end, inspections, closings.

In an exclusive interview with www.NJnewsjersey reporters Anthony mentions “I wanted to learn every aspect so that when I deal with customers, I can guide them the whole way through!”

The fact that Anthony is a licensed general contractor overseeing projects from start to completion allows his customers to understand that if there a material defect in a home, for instance, he knows how it can be corrected.

All this has enhanced and added into Anthony’s wealth of knowledge and experience in the world of Real Estate!

Putting it all together, Prime Time Real Estate prides itself as a full service real estate company, guiding the client through each and every side when building homes, buying and selling homes, marketing, financing, legalities and titles and more. A full-on comprehensive real estate service with a 3% commission.

Anthony Guglieri’s Prime Time Real Estate’s unique approach and worthiness is due to Anthony’s and his team’s strong commitment to guiding clients past the superficial look of a home or commercial property, checking every feature of the structure, identifying and addressing any issues, problem solving, all the while listing any property for 3% commission!

Prime Time Real Estate Inc. is a Full Service Broker and Member of Multiple Listing Services in both New York and New Jersey.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Anthony’s strong background in finance has allowed him to offer his clients the ability to save money without sacrificing any service. There is no situation he cannot handle!

Anthony enthusiastically passes on his knowledge and experience onto his clients. When a client is looking for a home, Anthony will look past the “beauty” of the home and will check every detail of a structure including electric panels, beams, utilities, water issues, load bearing walls, etc. as well as the home’s history and comps.

When a client is selling a home, Anthony stresses there is no reason to overpay to sell. Why pay someone 5% or 6% to list your home on MLS? Most homes are not even sold by the listing agent!

Prime Time Real Estate, in business since 1999, deals in residential and commercial real estate, land purchases, new and existing construction and renovations anywhere in New York State and New Jersey. It doesn’t matter if you are buying or selling a home for $250,000 or a million dollars! Every client is deeply valued, and supported every step of the way.

Anthony Guglieri is all about family and community and sharing his knowledge and expertise in navigating the world of real estate without clients having to sacrifice any services.

Prime Time Real Estate is located in Staten Island, New York . 718-980-3000 and in Aberdeen, New Jersey. 917-991-1005.

www.primetimerealestate.com 

JAMAICA, NY--Robert Allen Gatling, long time resident of Jamaica Queens, NY passed away in his battle against cancer on Thursday, the 23rd of January, 2020 at the age of 76. He was surrounded by his loving children. Born February 5, 1943 to Olive (née: Crum; affectionately known as ‘Mother’) and Claude Gatling (both deceased), Robert has four siblings from this union and an additional nine half brothers and sisters from other unions. He is survived by: Donnie Gatling, Julio Gatling, Ida Mary Snooki Hearon, Denise Davis, Steven Davis and Sandra Davis (twins), Cecil Davis and Russell Davis (twins). Robert (also known as ‘Kumbali’ and ‘Bobby’) enjoyed a famed young adulthood as an athlete and track star, garnering numerous local honors and features in the NY Times during his high school and college tenure before transferring to Southern University in Louisiana on an athletic scholarship where he met and married Rita Metoyer. Together they had nine children who all survive his death: Diemetrial Gatling, Robert Gatling Jr., Alice Gatling, David Gatling, Ruby Gatling, Musatye Metoyer, Olive Gatling, Iman-Ivon Gatling, and Nkrumah Gatling. In addition to his siblings and children, Robert is survived by numerous nieces, nephews, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Planted firmly in his New York roots, Robert lived by four pillars of culture, health/wellness, education, and spirituality. These values he inculcated into his children and espoused to everyone he touched. Over the years, he amassed a very large network of friends and family who were drawn to his unforgettable personality. He continued to compete in athletics well into his fifties, including several triathlons.

 

Robert Allen Gatling was laid to rest in Spring, Texas.

Memorial Service will be held on:

Wednesday, February 5th 2020 from five o'clock in the evening until eight o'clock in the evening.

Roy L. Gilmore's Funeral Home

19102 Linden Blvd

Jamaica, NY 11412

718-528-7765

Please send flowers/ condolences to the above.

 

 

JERSEY CITY, N.J.--Girl/Group is a musical memoir and a celebration of generations of women in music.  It is a story of mothers and daughters, of ambition and aging, of doo wop and dreams deferred.

At its center is the real-life tale of Jersey City’s own Carmelettes, an all-girl teenage harmony group who found themselves in the midst of one of the most exciting periods of American pop music history.  Discovered in the choir of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, these innocent teenage girls find themselves catapulted from their sheltered Italian-American working class neighborhood to the halls of the Brill Building during its heyday.  There, they are whisked in and out of the offices of Don Kirshner, Al Nevins, and Don Costa, and soon they are singing among the likes of Neil Sedaka and Carole King. When the grip of ambition threatens the simple joy of singing together, these girls are faced with making the few choices there are to make for women of that time.

But the story doesn't just live in the past. Told in parallel to the goals of a 50 year-old inner city theatre teacher— the daughter of one of the Carmelettes — who is trying to reach her fullest potential and live up to the family legacy, Girl/Group is a story about finding your voice and living the life you were meant to live.

Nearly a decade after its sold-out run on the New York stage, writer and performer Susan Murphy has teamed up with award-winning filmmaker Ashlei Hardenburg to adapt Girl/Group for the screen.

On Saturday, October 19, Murphy and Hardenburg will launch into the moviemaking process with a benefit kickoff party, diving into the development process for this exciting new feature film and celebrating these talented Jersey City women.  More information about the project and the event can be found at girlgroup.eventbrite.com.

To contact us, contact Susan Murphy at (201) 615.5257 or email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..  You can also visit the official Girl/Group social media sites:

 

Instagram @girlgroupmusical

Facebook @girlgroupmusical 

Twitter @GirlGroupNYC

 
OLD BRIDGE, NJ--Joseph “Joe” F. Schneider II, age 67, passed away peacefully in his home in Old Bridge, NJ, on Sunday, February 17, 2019. He was born on November 6, 1951, in Brooklyn to parents Joseph and Jean Schneider. He grew up in the Cobble Hill neighborhood of Brooklyn before moving to Staten Island, where he graduated from high school. Joe completed his BA in English Literature from SUNY Cortland, then moved to Miami, where he achieved his Master’s and ABD PhD in English with a concentration in Irish Literature from the University of Miami. While on a trip to Dublin, Ireland, he met the love of his life, Mary, who was also from Staten Island. The two married and moved to New Jersey, where they raised daughters Danielle, Kathleen and Mary Theresa Stoddard. While raising his family and working a full-time job, Joe completed his JD from the Fordham University School of Law, which he applied in his work as an editor of law books. Joe was a voracious reader and life-long learner with a powerful love of music – both classical and contemporary. His great knowledge through reading led him to being a contestant on Jeopardy! Later in life, he found his peace in Zen Buddhism and practiced zazen (meditation) daily, becoming an active member of Cold Mountain Zen sangha where he will henceforth be ordained a Zen Priest. Joe was known to all as a kind, bright soul and a life-long animal lover. Joseph was predeceased by his mother, Jean, who passed away in 2009. He is survived by his wife, Mary Theresa; his father, Joseph Schneider; his three daughters, Danielle, Kathleen, and Mary; his four brothers, Dennis, John, William, and Thomas; his son-in-law, Sean; and his beloved cat, Tilly and grand-cat, Belle. Family, friends, and others whose lives were touched by Joseph are invited to Old Bridge Funeral Home on Route 516 to express their condolences on Thursday, February 21, from 2-4 p.m. and 7-9 p.m. A Zen Buddhist funeral service will take place at the same location on Friday, February 22, at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to the Lakota Wolf Preserve, the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Greater New York Chapter – Manhattan, or Joe’s sangha, Cold Mountain Zen.
 
Joseph and his wife Mary is seen above 
Photo sent from family 2-19-19
 
 
 
Reported Story By Travis Dunham