Chamber Business of the Month: April 2019

I love helping people, and what better way to do that, than to help them with one of the largest investments they will ever make financially and even emotionally. What better career could there be than to help someone, whether an individual, a young couple, a family, or retirees with the process of finding that “perfect for them home.” It may even be time to make a change with the selling of a cherished, well loved home.

Homes are where we come to relax and retreat at the end of our work day. It is where memories are made with family and friends. I consider it a great honor and privilege to help people with their real estate needs, and have enjoyed working in this profession for almost fourteen years. Guiding people through the complex process of buying or selling a home or land is never dull; each transaction is unique. I enjoy helping my clients through the journey; it is very fulfilling.

As I began my real estate career, my managing broker said, “Take the easy ones when they come. Through the years, I have learned how true this statement is; almost every real estate transaction has some “bumps” along the way. Some of them are little mole hills and others are huge mountains. My job is to help my client work through the process, and make a transaction go as smoothly as possible. Next to getting married, having a child, or starting a new career, this is one of the most important decisions people make in their lifetime. My goal is to make it as pleasant  a journey as possible for my clients, who often become friends in this process.

I am privileged to be a broker at Real Estate Marketplace NW Inc., where serving our clients with honesty and integrity is the golden rule. Our company motto is: “We provide legendary service at the highest level of professionalism, to earn the trust of our customers for lifetime relationships. “

I put my heart and soul into helping my clients and do whatever I can to assist them through the process. From start to the finish of a transaction, I will do my absolute best.

I have been fortunate to call Deer Park my home for almost thirty years. With fabulous outdoor opportunities just outside our doors, and hometown events from music, parades to sports, we truly live in a beautiful place. Each of my three children received a wonderful education here and were involved with 4‐H, FFA, band and sports. Deer Park and our surrounding towns and communities are warm and welcoming. I consider it a great honor to call Deer Park home.

If I can assist you or someone you know with real estate, please give me a call, Jane Reilly, 509‐951‐1143.

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