Choosing a Realtor can be an arduous task per say. In Bozeman Montana there are over 1000 Real Estate Agents in a population of 50,000. I am a person that makes careful well thought out and
measured decisions. It took me over a year of interviewing agents to find the right one to represent me. The agent that I choose was Jamie Chu of Montana Real Estate Experts.
In order to explain what makes Jamie different from her contemporizes I’ll have to explain what I was looking for in an agent. Over 10 years ago I suffered a stroke which has changed the way in which I handle my daily life. I needed someone who recognized my limitations and could help me but also someone who would not pander to my constraints. Some agents I interviewed were oblivious to this, while others were kind and considerate of my challenges. Jamie had a kindness and compassion that was truly genuine and professional. She understood that the cold snowy winters of Bozeman where something that I no longer wanted to deal with. Her regular follow up was impressive even before she represented me.
Her marketing strategy and team are first rate. The photography was outstanding and made my property look impeccable. Within 24 hours of my house being put on the market, Jamie had my home under contract. Of course, this was only the first step. I decided to relocate out of state. Jamie assisted with this and helping to locate a Realtor as well as facilitated finding a lender who could navigate the lengthy process of VA Loans. Once I had found a property and put in an offer all that was left to do was wait for my property to close. This was the most stressful time due to contingencies of the out of state buyer needing to sell their home in order to buy mine. Jamie was in daily contact with not only my out of state agent but also the buyers out of state agent. She effectively managed three multiple transactions in three different states at the same time.
In closing I would like to say I am thoroughly impressed with Jamie’s honesty, integrity, and dedication to my needs. The only bad part of this transaction is that I now miss the community and people of Bozeman. It is a special place and its absence will be felt.