Get to know Jim Lonz
Jim is a veteran and graduated from the University of Toledo, Toledo Ohio. Prior to making Real Estate a career, Jim was a contractor in the home construction field. Jim also worked as an appraiser for both the government and for a private appraisal company. Jim has been in and around real estate his entire life and has been selling real estate in the Charlotte Metro Area for over twenty years. Jim founded and is the owner of the Real Estate Company EXIT Metro Realty which been in existance for over six years. Jims vast knowledge and background in construction, apprasals and sales has made Jim one of the most respected and knowledgable Real Estate agents in the area. First time home buyers, investors or people moving from one house to another will appreciate Jim's knowledge and expertise.
No matter what house you are buying or selling, it is the most important investment you are making and I will do everything in my power to make it the best investment you have ever made. I promise.
Jim has the following certifications and designations. GRI: Graduate of the Real Estate Institute. A designation requires hours of study to inprove a Realtors understanding on investiment properties, marketing statigities, customer care and services. CSP: Certified Staging Professional. A course and designation on how best to show and display a house to maximize the potential of the house. CDPE: Certified Distressed Property Expert. A course and designation that less than 5% of Realtors own that teaches Realtors how to work with property,property owners and banks who's properties are upside down with their mortgage our property value, and how to work with the banking industry to get the property sold without the owners of the property going into bankruptcy or forecloser. CMRS: Certified Military Residential Specialist . A training program and designation that teaches Realtors the ins and outs of VA Fiancing. Working and meeting the needs of both returning veterans and their spouses andalso veterans who have never used their bennifts.