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Julie Reber joins Sotheby’s International Realty

by Julie Reber
04/12/2016
Category:   Happy Home, Market Tracker

Ch, ch, ch, changes.  “Making a big life change can be pretty scary, but you know what’s even scarier? Regret.”

This quote resonates with me. When we were given the news that my Dad has brain cancer; it didn’t take long to decide what’s important in life. And the answer, for us, is family.  It’s been a heck of an interesting ride, but we landed in Bend, OR and are embracing the changes that make such a colorful life.  We get to live near my mom and dad and be a part of the remainder of his life.  So, you pick a path and work with it….

And with all the worries and fear, it turns out that I am now able to merge my real estate career into something much, much larger than I had anticipated. And by joining Sotheby’s International Realty (SIR) , I’ve just taken another step in making me a better realtor for YOU.

The SIR brand allows me to become sharper in marketing, reach a broader audience when selling your home and find you that property you thought you’d never have. Life is a gift. Let’s live it happily. Let’s do it as a team. I am Your Realtor for Life.

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  • I was more than happy with Julie Reber as my agent.
    My house needed some upgrading to fully realize its potential. Without even a firm commitment on my part to sell, Julie Reber helped guide me through some tough decisions for almost a year right down to what kind of light fixtures to choose and where to place the stager's furniture. She worked with the contractor while I was traveling and often played the role of project manager without asking for anything more than a chance to sell the house if that was my decision.
    When a couple offers came in she went for a little more money than I thought was on the table and go it for me. When there was a slight misunderstanding about an appliance, she settled the issue out of her own pocket.
    I would recommend Julie to anyone.
    Jim Forbes