MARC GOLDBERG

Born, bred and schooled in Philly (Central High and Swarthmore College), Marc currently lives at the edge of West Philly with his wife Fran, where they raised their daughters who attended Temple and Penn and now live in Fishtown and Point Breeze. Yep, they are all Philly fanatics.  He’ll tell you they’re a family that loves all the character that our city neighborhoods reveal and our area has to offer.

Marc’s professional history reflects his engagement with innovative, charismatic and out-of-the-box business leaders through his past executive positions and marketing consultancies at companies like, Five Below, Zany Brainy, The Philadelphia Zoo and The NJ State Aquarium. His career began at one of Philly’s most creative Ad Agencies, SonderLevitt as well as leading marketing efforts at 2 of Atlantic City’s Casino Hotel properties. He even worked for one of our U.S. Presidents, but it’s a long story and he invites you to ask him about it when you meet or he welcomes you to give him a call.
Marc bought his first property in his 20’s, then another a year later. Then met Fran who also owned a couple of homes. They have bought, sold, held, flipped, improved, and rented their own homes and properties over the years, and Marc brings that experience to the table as a realtor with a clear understanding of what top of the line client service is all about. That role of guiding others as a trusted advisor toward their most important investments at whatever stage in their lives, remains his highest priority.

No matter who you are or where you come from, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia believes that everyone deserves a decent place to live.
Since 1985, Habitat for Humanity Philadelphia has built or sold 216 affordable homes to first time homeowners in Philadelphia. The organization has also strategically partnered with more than 500 families to make critical home repairs. As a member of the real estate community, I find it important to embrace and support their mission to improve the affordable housing crisis in the Philadelphia area.

— Marc Goldberg