Buying or Selling a Home?

If you need a real estate agent, please use Jesse Parsh from The Advantage in Real Estate (a local company! holla!).

He is: Honest. Fair. Everywhere.

Seriously, he's a go-getter who works hard to get people the house they want (or sell the house they've got). Plus, he's my boyfriend. He puts food on the table. But I'm not just advertising him for those reasons--I'm really proud of how well he's done. He works for people in any price range and is totally honest--not all slimy and schmucky like those other agents! ;) He's blue collar to the core!

Anyways, just have to get the word out!

Email: jesseparsh [at] yahoo [dot] com for more info.

Snatch up those $1 houses while you still can!


  1. After just buying my first home, I just can't tell you how important it was for me that the real estate agent has thorough knowledge of the property.

    If I would have had the money and if I had been looking at multiple houses, I would have hired an agent to work for me in dealing with the homeowner's agent. I encourage first time house hunters to hire your own agent.

    I lost my house several times. The homeowner's agent was very sick and got confused on a lot of things. She was in and out of the hospital and was often unable to follow through on various things and died several months after I moved into the house.

    Maybe, if I had hired my own agent, the buying process would have been less stressful.

    I wish Jesse well!

  2. Thanks!

    Yeah real estate agents can save you a lot of hassles. Plus they're free to use for home buyers.