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Press Release: Rookie Realtor Sells Over 1 Million Dollars in First Year.

Kevin Reeve, Realtor with Production Realty in Jackson MI has hit a goal that very few agents ever hit. In one of the most competitive industries to break into, Kevin Reeve sold 1.2 Million Dollars of real estate in his first year. While 85% of new agents drop out of the business within 2 years, Kevin’s dedication to his clients has made him stand out.

Congratulations! We love our new home!” Sheri S. – Client

Kevin Reeve Realtor

Kevin Reeve, who is also a successful race car driver on the side, knows what it takes to be a winning Realtor.

Whether selling or buying real estate, Kevin has your back.

Watch as he races to the top of the real estate industry.



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Time Moves Us Forward – Realtors Are Therapists

Realtors are therapistsOver the years, some of my clients have mentioned that I wear a lot of hats. Realtors are therapists, counselors, financial advisers, accountants, attorneys, relationship advisers, and life coaches. We don’t enter into our relationships with these thoughts, but it inevitably ends up that way. We don’t mind. It’s part of why we enjoy our job.

So many times during a transaction, issues arise that need to be sorted through. Sellers might be going through a divorce so decisions need to be made while emotions are flared. Maybe adult children are faced with the finality of selling their childhood home; trying to negotiate a price is hard when sentimental value is running strong. Or maybe shortly after finding the perfect house, a buyer loses a job… or a parent… or faces a medical diagnosis. As the agent, we go through all the emotions alongside our client. Continue Reading →

Honestly, Tell Me What I Need to Hear

Truth Builds TrustYears ago when I was a high school teacher, my principal sat me down for my annual review. He listed all the things I did well, but then gently told me that I didn’t seem to have a passion for teaching, that I didn’t appear comfortable or confident in front of the class, and therefore I wasn’t engaging my students. These comments hurt. I cried for days. But then I thought about it, and he was right. I’m sure it was hard for him to tell me Continue Reading →

Don’t worry, it’s in there – How To Write An Offer

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“How do I write an offer?”

This is the question I was asked by a buyer this week after finding the right house. Because they aren’t first time buyers, I was caught off guard because I assumed they had been through the process before and already knew what to do. This got me thinking… just because someone already owns a house, it doesn’t mean they understand the process. Things have changed so much over the years with real estate that a crash course is necessary. So let’s explore how to write an offer and what that entails. Continue Reading →

Highest and Best – The Agony of Dealing with Multiple Offers

Highest and Best OfferIt’s 4:30 am and I just shot an email over to my buyer requesting more documentation for our offer. To my amazement, she responds immediately. Why are we both awake so early on a Friday morning? One word: Stress!! We are both anxious about the offer we wrote on their dream home last week. There is always anxiety during the negotiation process, but when you add the pressure of a multiple offer situation, it makes it 10 times worse. Continue Reading →

Idiots Can Buy a House, So Can You

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Buying a house, especially if this is your first one, can sometimes be a little daunting at the beginning. Your friends have bought a house, your parents have done it, and even the idiot down the street managed to buy a house.  So obviously you can buy a house too.

“How do I buy a house? Where do I start? I know I can’t just pick a house and buy it.”

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