Karen Foust of CENTURY 21 Affiliated
Century 21 Gold Producer Award: 2019 Century 21 Quality Service Producer Award: 2019 Century 21 Quantum Leaper Award: 2019
A native of Toledo, Ohio, I moved to Hillsdale County in 1996, which led to my interest in real estate. As a career sales person, I have been one of Hillsdale County's most trusted Realtors ever since. I believe my clients choose to work with me for my ethical standards, experience and expertise. I am continually blessed to receive referrals from past clients which has allowed me to remain successful for so many years in this incredibly competitive sales environment. Among my buyers and valued clients are some of Hillsdale's most influential business owners and developers. I am honored to have earned the trust of many past clients, many of whom I can now call friends. I strongly believe that it is not only my duty to represent my clients to the best of my ability, but also to educate them throughout every step of the process. Armed with top notch information and market insight, my clients can make the best decisions possible. I am very honest, sometimes telling clients things they might not want to hear about the necessities of preparing their home for a successful marketing plan...after all, getting your property SOLD is the desired result! My extensive knowledge of the residential real estate market in Southern Michigan is unparalleled. I pride myself on giving my clients the most up-to-date feedback on the state of the market, its trends, comparable sales and property values, giving them a realistic outlook on what they can expect to achieve in today's real estate market. As a career sales person for the past 30+years, I am very comfortable with the art of negotiations. Prior to real estate, my other sales and marketing positions were in the residential/commercial alarm industry and as major account representative of copier/facsimile equipment.
All areas of real estate sales, specializing in assisting First-Time Home Buyers and Senior Sellers.
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