Bulletin Board Magazine 2022 Volume 1

Builder Spotlight


Highland Park, NJ – In 1952, Nathan Kaplan built his first home in

started over 70 years ago. “We have the family name on it. It is important for us to maintain that culture and attitude throughout,” said Jason Kaplan. So, if you see any of our representatives, whether it is a secretary in the office or a maintenance technician, they know that they represent our family, and that they feel like they are an important part of that family.” Through all its decades in the homebuilding industry, Kaplan Companies continues to uphold the following core values: • Do the right thing. • Take care of your people. • Cross the goal line. • Always be ready to pivot.

“One of the things that makes us different is that every house that we built, each house was walked through, inspected in a very professional manner,” said Michael Kaplan, CEO of Kaplan Companies. “You can feel comfortable knowing that the products we design and create are great products. The most important product that we produce is not a nice building but a satisfied customer.” Over the past 70 years, Kaplan Companies has created homes perfectly suited for its customers by offering a variety of housing styles and price ranges to fit any lifestyle. Today, Kaplan Companies has luxury rental communities throughout the state of New Jersey. Kaplan also offers luxury finishes and state-of-the-art amenities at its communities.

Lakewood, New Jersey with the goal of creating beautiful neighborhoods built for lasting value. Now, seven decades and over 25,000 homes later – Kaplan Companies continues to make the American dream a reality for families throughout the Garden State. “Since the day I was born, real estate was flowing in my blood,” said Jason Kaplan, President of Kaplan Companies. “Whether it was my father [Michael Kaplan] talking about it at the dinner table or spending weekends "and summers out at the construction sites, building homes has always been at the forefront of my life.” Jason Kaplan’s goal today is to maintain the legacy that his grandfather, Nathan Kaplan,

• Act like an owner. • It’s always possible.

“When picking locations for our communities,

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