Ron believes that professional real estate service begins with personalization-with one agent who listens, who tailors his service to your wants and needs, and who not only communicates well, but is available to answer your questions and concerns both day and night.
And those don't need to be about buying or selling a home. Along time resident of Central Texas, Ron not only knows the community, he's glad to share his knowledge.
Ron learned early on that service must be tailored to the individual client, and that exceeding client expectations leads to success. He also learned that with determined action most problems can be solved, and that he loved both the challenge and the gratification of meeting that challenge.
Ron has served on many social service boards and is a dedicated servant at the Catholic Church. His belief is that the best things in life happen when you're fully engaged with your community.
Let Ron put his experience and knowledge to work for you. Give him a call!
Marcie Jenkins has lived in Wimberley for 15 years. She is active in her church, the lives of her adored family members, and her community. She was graduated, with honors, from Texas State University where she earned a Bachelor's degree in education, specializing in Special Education. She enjoys working with and helping people, both young and old-a key factor in her becoming a member of the Century 21 Real Estate team in 2013. She views real estate exciting because it brings joy to so many as she helps them fulfill their home buying/selling dreams, an activity she considers to be a real privilege. Call her and let her work for you!
Patience - it's a rare quality in today's hurry-up world - and a cornerstone of Nanette's real estate practice. Time and attention are gifts she gives freely - listening while clients share their dreams and goals, then answering their questions and helping them explore their options without pressure.
Although buying or selling a home is hopefully a happier venture, it still can come with stress. To ensure a successful experience, Nanette utilizes her talent for guiding people through unfamiliar and emotional processes, as well as her skill and experience in understanding and explaining contracts, negotiating, and remaining calm under pressure.
Real estate is a relationship-based business, and Nanette strives to create client relationships built on trust and confidence. Her ultimate goal: a business built entirely upon referrals from clients who are completely satisfied with the professional and caring service they received.
Nanette's dedication to customer satisfaction, her fun personality, her take-charge attitude, and her drive to succeed soon turn clients into friends. They know she's going to get the job done for them and that she won't let "getting it done" compromise their best interests.
In addition to going all out for her clients and taking extra classes to enrich her real estate skills, she's actively involved in the community. An avid supporter of Education, Community outreach, helping the homeless by volunteering her time at the Southside Community Center, and serves as Chairman of the Adventist Junior Academy school board. Of course, her ongoing community involvement, reputation, and networking skills are a benefit to her buyers and sellers. When her clients come up against real estate issues, and conflicts, she knows exactly who to contact and where to go for a successful resolution.
When Nanette takes a little time off, you'll find her enjoying time with her husband Ty, her son Hayden, their 3 dogs, kayaking, trail-hiking, motorcycling, fishing or relaxing on one of Texas' fabulous beaches.
When you want an agent who gives freely of her time, attention and expertise, call Nanette Kobza.
With over thirty years experience in a variety of properties management, Clay uses this background to bring to bear knowledge and expertise in all aspects of real estate, from marketing for sale to representing the buyer through the sometimes complicated process of selling or buying real estate.
Since it's your property and your money, this is why he says: I don't buy and sell real estate, but I have the privilege of helping those who do.
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