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Discover a Fresh Approach to Today’s Residential Real Estate Marketplace

In today’s real estate marketplace, most buyers and sellers share a generic view of the agents that act on their behalf.  You sign an agreement, the “for sale” sign goes up, ads go online and in print, buyers make inquiries, offers are made, contracts are signed, and a closing occurs.  But decisions to buy and sell real estate are rarely that simple and often require the combined skills of a trusted real estate professional that can also act in an advisory role.

Local entrepreneur and Exit Real Estate Associate Broker, Jesse Boling, first began his self-employment career at a very early age in his parent’s business and later launched two successful businesses, CH Interiors & Gifts in 2013 and Knox Graphics & Design in 2017.  Jesse’s success in retail came about largely from his unique ability to build winning teams of associates and to differentiate his companies from his competition.  Success also resulted from developing lasting relationships, comprehensive marketing strategies, and by developing all of the necessary skills needed to succeed at every new venture.

Today, as an Associate Broker at Exit Real Estate Professionals Network, Jesse has combined his years of successful entrepreneurship, along with Exit Realty’s commitment to provide the highest level of professionalism and training, offering each of their clients an uncommon level of expertise when buying and selling a home in today’s fast-paced and evolving real estate marketplace.  We hope you will enjoy this recent interview with Jesse.

EK: How have your years of experience as an entrepreneur and business owner prepared you for today’s residential real estate marketplace?

Jesse: Success in any worthwhile endeavor involves planning.  Before launching any new business, every aspect of that new venture must be thoroughly examined, considered, and planned for.  Comprehensive analysis and plans must then be developed.  But, even more importantly, you need to consider the human component for every transaction, never forgetting that there are family members emotionally invested in every home that is bought or sold.

EK: What is the most important characteristic or skill required to succeed in residential real estate?

Jesse: While there are a variety of skills required for success, the most important skill is the ability to listen to your clients.  Without the ability to listen, all of your other skills are of little value.

EK: You had multiple real estate companies to select from.  What made you choose Exit Real Estate Professionals Network?

Jesse: That’s simple.  It was their comprehensive approach and commitment to provide a level of client service that is uncommon in today’s marketplace.  It was the same commitment I made to each of my customers in my retail businesses that was required to achieve success; a commitment to provide a level of service that most people thought no longer existed today.

EK: How would you describe a typical “buyer’s” experience?

Jesse: As I stated earlier, it begins with listening.  What are the buyer’s expectations? What are their priorities (schools, shopping, proximity to work, emergency services, churches)?  We need to determine budget and pursue mortgage pre-approval.  These are just a few of the requirements we need to consider, allowing us to transform ourselves from a real estate professional to a trusted advisor and ally.

EK: How would you describe a typical “seller’s” experience?

Jesse: Well, listening still is my number one priority.  We need to establish a current market price for the seller’s home, as well as a realistic timeframe for the sale to take place.  There are also a large number of recommendations we might make to the seller to enhance the probability for success at the highest possible price.  This is also where our team goes to work to create a comprehensive marketing plan designed to achieve a successful outcome.

EK: How important is communication in the buying and selling process?

Jesse: Next to listening, communication is perhaps the most often neglected component in the real estate experience.  Buyers and sellers deserve to be in the loop to whichever degree they wish to be included.  Also, with all of the communication tools available today, there’s really no excuse not to keep buyers and sellers informed.  Regardless, it’s the number one complaint we hear from buyers and sellers today.

EK: If a reader has an interest in buying, selling, or perhaps purchasing an income property, what is the best way for them to reach you?

Jesse: Those interested in reaching me can call or text me at 865-335-7270 or email me at j.boling865@gmail.com.

EK: In closing, is there anything you would like to add?

Jesse: I would first like to thank the many thousands of people that have helped us to succeed in business, in addition to the countless friendships that have occurred as a result.  I would also like to ask you for the opportunity to earn your trust as an advisor and real estate professional on any residential real estate opportunity that you may become part of in the future.

Jesse C. Boling, REALTOR®

Exit Real Estate Professionals Network
865.383.3948 office
865.335.7270 cell
Jesse.FindKnoxvilleHouses.com

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