Franchisee Spotlight - Meet Julie Kaley, Modesto, CA

In this edition of Franchisee Spotlight, we would like to introduce you to one of the newest members of the Assist 2 Sell family. Meet Julie Kaley from Modesto, CA.

Q. One unique thing about you someone wouldn't learn until they got you know you.

Julie. I am a runner, and aspire to be a triathlete. And I teach a small business entrepreneurship class at the local Community College. Okay..well that is two things!

Q. Where would you build your dream home, and why?

Julie. Most definitely North Lake Tahoe, it's so beautiful up there. I love to go in the fall when nobody else is around. The Big Island of Hawaii is a close 2nd for obvious reasons. 

Q. How long have you been in the real estate business? 

Julie. I got my license in 2003, so this is my 10th year in real estate. 

Q. How did you get your start in Real Estate?  

Julie. I originally started as a title rep, and got into real estate from there. It really helped knowing the title side of transactions.

Q.What do you enjoy most about the real estate business?

Julie. It's a very interesting and fun business. I love to solve problems, and enjoy the uniqueness of the business as well as the flexible schedule. It's really a feeling a great accomplishment to close each and every transaction.

Q. Why Assist 2 Sell? 

Julie. I joined Assist 2 Sell after careful consideration. I called and asked lots of questions, and they had all the right answers. I love being able to provide high level of service to my clients at a very reasonable fee. The Assist 2 Sell corporate office is very friendly and run by people who have actually sold real estate-that was really important to me. I know it's a proven model and a great way to differentiate yourself in the highly competitive market of real estate. 

Q. The value piece of real estate advice you received? 

Julie. Real estate is really a "people" matter how much technology advances...people (buyers and sellers) want to be able to drive by properties and talk to a real person! I don't think that will ever really fundamentally change.