Why Should I Work With a Buyers Agent?

April 27th, 2021

There are many online options and resources to help purchase a home, but are you missing out by not working with a buyers agent? There are some good reasons you will want the guidance of an experienced real estate agent – especially when buying a home in the highly competitive Bozeman Real Estate Market. And the best part? The commission for the buyer’s agent is paid by the seller!

  • We can help you create a competitive offer: Montana is what’s called a “non-disclosure state”, meaning only MLS members have access to our sold data. This is why Zillow Zestimates aren’t always accurate and can be far off. Zestimates also don’t take into consideration how much people are offering over asking like a local and experienced agent can. Before making an offer, we’ll pull comparable sales and guide you to make a competitive offer.
  • We help you know what you’re signing: A Buy/Sell is a binding contract. You want an experienced agent to help you understand the contract you are signing. We help you understand how to stay in contract, what your options are during the inspection phase and how to avoid getting sued! A buyer’s agent acts in your best interest during the entire transaction.
  • You want a team: Unless you’re paying cash, you’ll be working with a lender. Your agent, lender and title company will all work together to make the transaction as seamless as possible.
  • You’ll get resources: Having a local buyer’s agent is a good way to gain new resources and information. Anything from neighborhoods and parks to handymen and plumbers. They can give recommendations and information that you won’t be able to get from a website.
  • Got a question? We can help: Real Estate transactions include multiple forms and disclosures that can leave you feeling confused and uncertain. Experienced agents know the ins-and-outs of the forms and can help you understand and answer questions you may have about them.

Purchasing a home is often one of the largest purchases a family can make. You will want an experienced team by your side to help you navigate the buying process. Give us a call if you’re thinking of buying a home!

New Properties for Sale in Bozeman

June 23rd, 2021

New on the market! We’ve listed multiple properties in Bozeman for sale in the past couple of weeks.

85 Starner Drive | Bozeman, MT

Under Contract

Welcome to this beautiful custom home on 4.75 acres just West of Bozeman. Enjoy lots of natural light from the many large windows with views from every room! On the main level you’ll find an open concept living, dining, and kitchen with a 2 story fireplace in the living room. The kitchen features granite counters and tile floors. Also on the main floor is the owner’s suite with a large window seat and glass doors allowing access to the patio. Inside the owner’s suite bath is a shower, separate jet tub, and 2 marble vanities. Stay cozy all winter long with the in-floor radiant heat, powered by a new Rinnai hot water system. There is pine flooring and tile throughout this home, no carpet. Upstairs you will find 2 more bedrooms with vaulted ceilings and 1 full bath. There is extra space at the top of the stairs, perfect for crafts, sewing, or an office. The detached garage offers plenty of room for storage. The shop is approximately 30 x 40.


1336 Mountain Splendor | Bozeman, MT

Welcome to Mountain Splendor offering views and Southern exposure! This beautiful custom home features views of Mount Ellis from the living room, owner’s suite, upstairs bedroom and large back deck. The open living, dining and kitchen concept is sure to please with hardwood flooring, 2 gas stoves and vaulted ceilings. Go out to the huge deck from the living room, dining room or entry. The main floor also features the owner’s suite, half bath and laundry. Upstairs you will find 1 large bedroom, a full bath, an extra room that has a non-egress window, and a large family room with a whole-house fan, for cooling the home. There is a lot of natural light in this home with many windows and skylights. The detached garage is approximately 26′ x 28′ and has usable attic space above which could be finished out to be an office, artist’s studio or flex space. This property has an idyllic, quiet setting with mature shrubs, apple trees, and sits on 1 acre just a few minutes East of Bozeman.


503 E Elm St | Three Forks, MT

Under Contract

Cute as a button updated home with a HUGE fenced yard in Three Forks. You will enjoy this easy, 1 level living home with an open concept. The kitchen features quartz counters and stainless steel appliances. Keep cozy with the gas stove in the living room and enjoy the vaulted ceilings and laminate floors. The owner’s suite has an updated bathroom along with a walk-in closet. There are two more generous bedrooms and one full bath plus one half bath. Go outside to the deck and large fenced yard that features fruit trees and a firepit. The two car detached garage is oversized, insulated and has a covered space on one side for storage. There is a small portion of the yard fenced with a chicken coop and chickens! The owners recently installed a new water softener in the mud room area. This home is located just 2 blocks from the Headwaters golf course. 


909 Jeanette Place #4 | Belgrade, MT

Welcome Home! You will love this well-maintained 2 bedroom townhome in a quiet Belgrade neighborhood. The exterior siding and most windows were replaced in 2008 and the exterior was painted in 2020. New shingles installed in 2020. The fenced backyard and mature trees provide a relaxing outdoor space to enjoy. Inside you will love the layout with living, dining, and kitchen open-concept feel. The interior was painted in 2018. The living room features a natural gas stove for heat and there is waterproof vinyl flooring on the main floor. Upstairs are 2 ample size bedrooms and 1 full bathroom with tiled walls in the shower. Storage shed in the backyard and water softener conveys.


If you’re looking for a new home in Bozeman, Belgrade or Livingston – contact us!

Wondering How Much Your Home is Worth?

December 14th, 2021

The Bozeman real estate market took off in 2021 and it’s still a great time to sell your home in Bozeman! If you’re wondering how much your home is worth, you just need a realtor in Bozeman like us to pull some comparable sold properties, view your home and put together a market analysis to give you an estimated market price.

What do we do once your home is on the market?

We want you to get the best home selling experience! We offer 10 years of Real Estate experience, stellar communication (client testimonial- backed!), market knowledge, and home staging along with our Matterport 3D virtual tours. With our years of Bozeman Real Estate experience, we can guide you through the entire real estate transaction so it is effortless and stress free! Bozeman is a hot market so you’ll want an experienced guide on your side! Once your home is listed, we provide an agent tour, an open house, social media ads and a presence on multiple platforms including the top 4 visited real estate sites: Zillow, Trulia, Homes.com and Realtor.com.

Jody is amazing. She knows the market and was able to advise us on all our many concerns. We so appreciated how responsive she was; within minutes of submitting an online request for realtor contact on a house, she had called us. All our communications with her were like that; we never had to wait long to hear back from her. She was patient and always willing to sit down and meet with us. When we found the house we wanted, she worked tirelessly to secure it for us, and she was extremely patient with us. She was easy to communicate with, understand, and a pleasure to work with – I highly recommend Jody!

J.T.

Jody Savage is knowledgeable, trustworthy and tireless. I purchased a property this spring (2017) near Bozeman; Jody represented me as well as the seller in the transaction. Jody led me through the entire process because this was the first property I had ever purchased. HOA complications and other details made the purchase more difficult. Jody undertook a boat-load of legwork to make the transaction go smoothly. I hope to work with Jody again.

J.D.

Jody is FANTASTIC!! We were first time home buyers and she was with us ever step of the way! She never made us feel silly for being new to the process. She definitely knows the area, always kept us up to date on new listings and was just a delight to work with. I would have absolutely zero hesitation recommending her to anyone. Thanks for all the hard-work Jody! We love our house!

K.G.

Jody was awesome to work with. We were new to the area and she was helpful and knowledgeable about not only the housing market, but schools, and lenders. She worked with my work schedule for showings. Jody also stayed late to write an offer to meet our schedule. I would recommend Jody to anyone needing a realtor.

M.L.

My wife and I used Jody Savage for the sale of our home in Gallatin Gateway, MT. Jody was exceptional in all phases of our sale. We had multiple offers over asking price and sold our home in two days! Jody uses up to date modern marketing, was extremely professional and knowledgeable regarding our market and addressing our needs. She was great to work with and very responsive to any questions we had. Jody is the best in the business and we highly recommend her services!

G.B.

Why 3D Virtual Tours?

Most buyers – especially those that are coming to Bozeman from out of state – are searching for homes online. Our 3D virtual home tours offer buyers a real-life walk-through experience of our listings. If buyers like the home they will schedule a showing which will feel like a 2nd showing for them. This could speed up the process for buyers bringing offers.

Contact us if you're thinking about selling your Bozeman home!

Better Than New Listing!

December 22nd, 2021

Better than NEW! This beautiful Prescott Ranch home is barely lived in. Enjoy the open concept floorplan in the living, dining and kitchen. The kitchen has warm toned cabinets and white quartz countertops, a gas range and microwave that vents outside, plus a walk-in pantry. 9’ ceilings throughout give a spacious feel. Got guests? They will love the en-suite bedroom at the front of the home. There is a half-bath along with a laundry room and owner’s en-suite all on the main floor. The owners installed top-down-bottom-up shades in most rooms and motorized shades in the main living areas, to allow control of light and views. Upstairs is a full bath and two more bedrooms plus a large bonus / family room with mountain views. The large covered patio is plumbed for a gas BBQ. The lawn, landscaping and fence are already installed along with whole house A/C. This home is move-in ready with washer and dryer included!

1505 Deadwood Loop | Belgrade, MT | MLS 365959 | Listed at $769,900

Is it a Good Time to Downsize?

April 6th, 2021

2020 has brought a lot of changes to the way people live and work. Companies started allowing many more people to work from home and many families are leaving large cities for smaller town living. Did 2020 leave you thinking about downsizing or changing your lifestyle? Here are some top reasons people downsize and some Bozeman options for downsizing.

Travel

Working remote has given many families the opportunity to pick up and move to where they’ve been dreaming of going – for many that’s been Montana! Some families have taken up RV life and decided to travel the US while they work and home school. Some have sold their home and belongings to take up traveling but another option is to keep your home and rent it out while you’re gone. There are long term rental options as well as short term with sites like VRBO or AirBNB. You’ll want to check with your city zoning and neighborhood covenants to make sure you’re allowed to use your home as a rental.

Maintenance Free Living

Owning a large home comes with a lot of maintenance which can also add up financially. You have a yard to care for and the exterior and interior of a home to keep up with. Sometimes families or aging home owners want something a little more “maintenance free”. Condos are a great option for a low maintenance lifestyle because the exterior and lawn maintenance usually falls on the condo HOA. You pay monthly HOA fees that will pay for that work to be done.

Retirement

This is usually the most common reason people downsize. As people get older a large home with a lot of maintenance just doesn’t make much sense anymore. Many retirees will spend summers in Bozeman and head south for the winter. Having a condo you can rent out is a great option for this lifestyle!  Whether you want to travel or just want low maintenance living, a condo or townhouse is one of the best options for you.

It’s a Great Time to Sell

There has never been a better time to sell your home in Bozeman. With such a high demand and little inventory, prices just keep rising. It might be a good time for you to “cash in” and then use your home sale cash to buy a smaller property, condo or townhome.  If you need to sell your house to buy something else, you can write a home sale contingency. Working with an experienced agent is imperative whether you’re buying or selling – especially as you navigate contingencies.

Other Life Changes

Sometimes with life change it just makes more sense to downsize. A new job where you’re traveling a lot, divorce or a job loss can make you rethink owning a large home.

If downsizing sounds like a good fit for you, let’s get your home on the market! Here’s some info about working with us. You can also start home searching on our website. Contact us to get set up on our listing portal!

 

Kid Friendly Summer Activities in Bozeman

April 8th, 2021

Go to the Park

Bozeman prides itself on providing ample areas for parks and open space. This outdoorsy town has plenty of parks with different amenities for whatever activity you have in mind. Head to Kirk Park for skateboarding, Lindley Park for lounging and picnicking under the huge shady trees or splash in the creek at Bogert Park. There are also a number of neighborhood parks throughout Bozeman, too.

Bozeman Beach

Even though we are surrounded by mountains, there are a couple of “beaches” here in Bozeman too!  At the 100 Acre Gallatin Regional Park, there is a small pond with small sandy beach area. There is also a playground there at the Dino Park as well as walking and biking trails. On the north side of town, near MAP Brewing is the Bozeman Beach. It’s a larger pond with a small dock, volleyball courts, a climbing rock, walking trail and restrooms. This is a great spot for swimming, kayaking and paddle boarding.

Bogert Pool

Since it’s chilly most of the year, we don’t have many neighborhood pools in Bozeman. Downtown there is one city pool to cool off in when it does get hot – Bogert Pool.

Belgrade Splash Park

Belgrade is a short 15 minute drive from Bozeman and worth it to cool off in the splash park located at the Lewis and Clark Park. Along with the water park there’s a playground, skate park and open space to lay out and picnic.

Take a Hike

There’s a hiking trail close by no matter where you are in Bozeman! We have in town trails and plenty of hikes up in the surrounding mountains. Sometimes kids do better with a cool destination like a waterfall or lake.

Bozeman Library

The Bozeman Public Library has an amazing children’s area with tons of books and a play area with blocks. Check out their events calendar for kids and adult events.

Jump Time

Out in Four Corners is Jump Time – Bozeman’s only trampoline park. If the weather is bad or the kids just need to get some energy out, visit Jump Time! They have obstacle courses, dodgeball, a ninja warrior course and basketball. It’s fun for kids and adults!

Museum of the Rockies

The Museum of the Rockies is another great option for a rainy day. Check out the latest exhibition, visit the planetarium or the massive dinosaur complex.

Camps

There are camps for every interest: arts, sports, music, theatre and more! The YMCA offers several day camps during the summer. Camp Agape is another option for summer camps.

Volunteer

Summer is a great time to get kids into volunteering and teach them the joy of giving back to your community. The Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter has a cat cuddler program and canine story time for younger kids. Older kids and adults can be trained to work with dogs.  The Gallatin Valley Food Bank also has great volunteer options for kids.

Bozeman Real Estate – Common Real Estate Questions

September 8th, 2020

If you’ve been thinking about getting into the Bozeman Real Estate market – now is the time! Here are the answers to some common questions when considering real estate.

What is the first step of the home buying process?

The first step in the home buying process is getting pre-approved for a mortgage by a lender. They will give you a pre-approval letter that will be submitted with an offer.  Getting pre-approved will help you determine how much you can borrow and help you find a home within your budget.

Getting pre-approved for a mortgage is the first step of the home buying process. Getting a pre-approval letter from a lender get the ball rolling in the right direction.

How long does it take to buy a home in Bozeman?

Once you go under contract, it usually takes about 5-6 weeks.  If you are paying cash and don’t have to jump through any hoops for a loan, it can be even quicker.  Bozeman is a hot market and the demand for appraisals and home inspections are high.  Lenders are also busy with refi’s, all of which may slow down the process a bit.

Is Bozeman a Sellers Market? What does that mean?

Bozeman homes are in high demand but we have low inventory which drives up prices. This is what is called a seller’s market. Here are some of the drivers of demand:

  • Economic factors – the local labor market heats up, bringing an inflow of new residents and pushing up home prices before more inventory can be built.
  • Interest rates trending downward – improves home affordability, creating more buyer interest, particularly for first time home buyers who can afford bigger homes as the cost of money goes lower.
  • A short-term spike in interest rates – may compel “on the fence” buyers to make a purchase if they believe the upward trend will continue. Buyers want to make a move before their purchasing power (the amount they can borrow) gets eroded.
  • Low inventory – fewer homes on the market because of a lack of new construction. Prices for existing homes may go up because there are fewer units available.

What is a buyer’s market?

A buyer’s market is characterized by declining home prices and reduced demand. Several factors may affect long-term and short-term buyer demand, like: Economic disruption – a big employer shuts down operations, laying off their workforce.

  • Interest rates trending higher – the amount of money the people can borrow to buy a home is reduced because the cost of money is higher, thus reducing the total number of potential buyers in the market. Home prices drop to meet the level of demand and buyers find better deals.
  • Short-term drop in interest rates – can give borrowers a temporary edge with more purchasing power before home prices can react to the recent interest rate changes.
  • High inventory – a new subdivision and can create downward pressure on prices of older homes nearby, particularly if they lack highly desirable features (modern appliances, etc.)
  • Natural disasters – a recent earthquake or flooding can tank property values in the neighborhood where those disruptions occurred.

What is earnest money?

Earnest money is usually about 1%-2% of the purchase price and is paid shortly after going under contract. It demonstrates to the seller that the buyer is serious. Earnest money will be deposited in a trust or escrow account at the title company. When the deal is closing, the earnest money will be applied to the down payment or closing costs of the buyer. Generally, if the contract falls apart, the earnest money will be returned to the buyer.  It’s important to have an experienced agent help you understand the contract and how to protect yourself and your earnest money deposit.

How much do I pay an agent when I buy a home?

Real Estate agents are essentially paid by the Seller. When a listing broker represents a seller, they charge the seller for marketing and advertising their home.  Agents who represent the buyer (called a Buyer’s agent) are paid by the listing broker for bringing a buyer for that home.

Do I have to put 20% down?

For many years, conventional loans required a 20% down payment, however, some newer conventional loan programs are available with just 3% down. With these types of loans, the buyer will have to pay for PMI (private mortgage insurance).

There are several first-time home buyer programs that don’t require big down payments. There are programs that allow you to only put 3 – 5% down on a home. The FHA loan requires 3.5% down. There are also some programs that allow down payment contributions from family members in the form of a gift.

VA and USDA loans can be made with 0% down but you must qualify for these.  VA loans are only made to former or current military servicemembers. USDA loans are only available to low to-middle income buyers in USDA-eligible rural areas.

How long can the seller take to respond to my offer?

As your agent is writing up the offer, you will be able to write in a response time – it’s usually at least 24 hours.

Should I have a home inspection?

Yes! Home inspections are required for some loans such as FHA or VA. For other mortgage programs or if you’re paying in cash, inspections are not required. We always suggest having the home inspected to make sure there aren’t any defects that aren’t easily seen. If it’s in your contract, you can negotiate inspection items during the inspection phase. Even if you don’t negotiate inspection items, it’s a good idea to know what shape the house is in before you buy!

Do I need to do a final walk-through?

Walk throughs aren’t required but if you’re in town and can go, we highly recommend it. They allow you to make sure nothing has changed since your last showing. If you had repairs made during the inspection phase, this is a good time to make sure they have been completed.

For more information on other real estate terms, check out our blog post!

COVID-19 Affects Home Staging and Design Industry

September 16th, 2020

When getting your home ready to sell, there are lots of ways to make sure you best present your home to buyers. Read our article about ways to get your home ready to sell.

The pandemic has influenced the home staging and design industry. According to REALTOR Magazine bloggers, home staging professionals are shifting their focus on a few key elements when staging a home.

Cozy Vibes

With so many people spending so much time at home these days, buyers may want to see some cozy spots in your home.  Think soft blankets, coffee stations or adding a hammock outdoors.

 

 

 

 

Home Office

These days, a lot of people are forced to or choose to work from home. Staging a home office helps buyers see how they can work from home. If you don’t have a true office in your home, consider setting up an “office space”.  Staging a desk (or two!) showing that space can be used for that purpose. Not only are adults working from home, but many schools are opting for virtual school so staging a home school area as well isn’t a bad idea!

 

 

 

 

Outdoor Living Area

With so much time being spent at home, people want a space outside they can use as a “getaway”. Staging this year will focus on using all of the property – not just the interior. Do you have a bonus room you could turn into a “sun room”? Or a great back patio you can add furniture to? Make the spaces comfortable and a place you’d like to spend time in.

Affordable Condo in Belgrade, MT!

April 6th, 2020

Don’t miss this end-unit townhome with a large fenced yard and hot tub! On the main level, you’ll find living, dining and kitchen plus a half bath. Upstairs are 2 bedrooms, 1 bath plus a master bedroom and bath. Go downstairs to the garage and large utility / laundry room that offers a ton of storage. The main floor is bright and airy with lots of windows and has laminate floors. Pop out to the deck located off the dining area which has room to BBQ with guests or entertain. From the deck go down to the yard and and enjoy the HOT TUB or do some gardening! Virtually walk through with our 3D matterport tour link below:

If you’re looking for more townhomes in Belgrade, visit our listings page.

 

Tips for Owning a Rental Property

October 19th, 2020

Real estate is a great investment, especially in our Bozeman, MT market. If you’re thinking about becoming a rental property owner or are already one, here are some tips and things to keep in mind while owning a rental.

 

First, weigh your risks and rewards:

Investopia.com lists some risks and rewards to help determine if an investment property is right for you:

Risks

  • Although rental income is passive, tenants can be a pain to deal with unless you use a property management company.
  • If your adjusted gross income(AGI) is more than $200,000 (single) or $250,000 (married filing jointly), then you may be subject to a 3.8% surtax on net investment income, including rental income.
  • If your adjusted gross income(AGI) is more than $200,000 (single) or $250,000 (married filing jointly), then you may be subject to a 3.8% surtax on net investment income, including rental income.
  • Rental income may not cover your total mortgage payment.
  • Unlike stocks, you can’t instantly sell real estate if the markets go sour or you need cash.
  • Entry and exit costs can be high.
  • If you don’t have a tenant, you still need to pay all the expenses.

Rewards

  • Because your income is passive, notwithstandng the initial investment and upkeep costs, you can earn money while putting most of your time and energy into your regular job.
  • If real estate values increase, your investment also will rise in value.
  • You can put real estate into a self-directed IRA (SDIRA) .
  • Rental income is not included as part of your income that’s subject to Social Security tax.
  • The interest you pay on an investment property loan is tax-deductible.
  • Short of another crisis, real estate values are generally more stable than the stock market.
  • Unlike investing in stocks or other financial products that you cannot see or touch, real estate is a tangble physical asset.

Your rental investment is a business

Your rental property will be a source of extra income and treating it like a business is imperative.

  • You’ll want to be familiar with federal, state and local laws concerning rental properties to avoid potential legal problems.
  • Keep your finances organized and thoroughly screen possible tenants with applications and credit checks.
  • Protect yourself from possible liability claims by getting landlord insurance.
  • Make sure your rental unit is safe and up to code by installing and checking smoke and carbon monoxide detectors.
  • Take preventative measures to keep everything in working order
  • Always have a plumber, electrician, handy man and locksmith on hand to address any issues that arise while a tenant is living there.

Should you Hire a Property Manager?

Having a property manager might be a worthwhile investment if you want to have a more hands off approach in real estate investment. Hiring a property management company will alleviate the headache of marketing your property, finding and qualifying renters and dealing with tenant issues. This might also be great option if you don’t live near the property. If you can afford the expense of hiring out the management of your rental, it will save you time and the day to day hassle of managing a property. You’ll want to interview multiple management companies and check out reviews before hiring one on.

Require Renters to Have Rental Insurance

Requiring renters to have rental insurance will help you avoid legal hassles should your renter’s belongings get damaged.  It’s generally low in cost so most tenants can easily take it on.

Note: it’s important to consult a legal professional before adding a clause to your rental agreement about mandatory renters insurance. Laws regarding this issue differ state to state.

Have a Written Rental Agreement

Protect yourself and communicate clear expectations with written rental agreements. In some instances, oral agreements may be legal, but the best way to protect your property and yourself is to put it in writing! State your property rules and communicate clearly the terms of your agreement – deposits, repairs, pet allowances, late fees and term lengths are some of the things that should be included. Check out these lawyer-reviewed, state specific rental agreements.

Be Prepared for Seasonal and Regular Property Maintenance

You can take it on yourself or hire out property maintenance like mowing, landscaping, snow removal and leaf removal. There are lots of local Bozeman area landscape and snow removal companies that will clear your property’s driveway and sidewalk each time it snows. Be sure to also keep up with things like siding, windows and appliance maintenance to prevent long lasting damage.

Keep Photos and a Condition Checklist

Take a lot of photos before you rent your property out in case there is any damage from the renter. Having photographic evidence of your home “before” will help when you go for the final walk through to check for damage. You should get new photos in between each tenant. It’s also a good idea to do a “walk through” with your tenants with a condition checklist when they first move in and again when they move out so everyone is aware of the condition before and after.

 

What our clients are saying:

Jody was awesome to work with. We were new to the area and she was helpful and knowledgeable about not only the housing market, but schools, and lenders. She worked with my work schedule for showings. Jody also stayed late to write an offer to meet our schedule. I would recommend Jody to anyone needing a realtor.

M.L.

Jody Savage is knowledgeable, trustworthy and tireless. I purchased a property this spring (2017) near Bozeman; Jody represented me as well as the seller in the transaction. Jody led me through the entire process because this was the first property I had ever purchased. HOA complications and other details made the purchase more difficult. Jody undertook a boat-load of legwork to make the transaction go smoothly. I hope to work with Jody again.

J.D.

My wife and I used Jody Savage for the sale of our home in Gallatin Gateway, MT. Jody was exceptional in all phases of our sale. We had multiple offers over asking price and sold our home in two days! Jody uses up to date modern marketing, was extremely professional and knowledgeable regarding our market and addressing our needs. She was great to work with and very responsive to any questions we had. Jody is the best in the business and we highly recommend her services!

G.B.

Jody is FANTASTIC!! We were first time home buyers and she was with us ever step of the way! She never made us feel silly for being new to the process. She definitely knows the area, always kept us up to date on new listings and was just a delight to work with. I would have absolutely zero hesitation recommending her to anyone. Thanks for all the hard-work Jody! We love our house!

K.G.

Jody is amazing. She knows the market and was able to advise us on all our many concerns. We so appreciated how responsive she was; within minutes of submitting an online request for realtor contact on a house, she had called us. All our communications with her were like that; we never had to wait long to hear back from her. She was patient and always willing to sit down and meet with us. When we found the house we wanted, she worked tirelessly to secure it for us, and she was extremely patient with us. She was easy to communicate with, understand, and a pleasure to work with – I highly recommend Jody!

J.T.