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Welcome Jeff Hogg

Welcome Jeff Hogg
Jeff Hogg joins RE/MAX Metro as a realtor. He services the Wasatch Front.

Before becoming a real estate professional, Jeff attended the University of Utah and received a degree in project management. Jeff’s mentor recommended that he consider joining RE/MAX Metro. Turns out, he found it to be a great fit.

When not working, you can find Jeff riding his bike or hanging out with his kids. They enjoy cycling, mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, water sports and gardening.

Welcome Lori Blake

Welcome Michael RiosWarm Welcome to Lori Blake! We are excited to have you part of our RE/MAX Metro team!

Lori Blake Anderson joins RE/MAX Associates as an up and coming realtor. She is thrilled to service Southern Utah especially the St. George community.

Prior to obtaining her real estate License, Lori attended Dixie State University and received a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting. During her career in accounting Lori helped open and mange a truss manufacturing company and was involved in the beginning stages of real estate improvement. She finally made the paradigm shift and is excited to be affiliated with RE/MAX. She joined RE/MAX Associates for their supportive environment. Not only does RE/MAX Associates have “the best people,” but the organization provides the quality training that Lori seeks.

When not working, you can find Lori spending time with family including her little granddaughter. They enjoy hiking, playing pickleball, reading and cooking. Lori enjoys solving jigsaw puzzles and attending live music events.

Welcome Jeff Hogg

Welcome Michael RiosWarm Welcome to Jeff Hogg! We are excited to have you part of our RE/MAX Metro team!

Jeff Hogg joins RE/MAX Metro as a realtor. He services the Wasatch Front.

Before becoming a real estate professional, Jeff attended the University of Utah and received a degree in project management. Jeff’s mentor recommended that he consider joining RE/MAX Metro. Turns out, he found it to be a great fit.

When not working, you can find Jeff riding his bike or hanging out with his kids. They enjoy cycling, mountain biking, snowboarding, skiing, water sports and gardening.

Welcome Michael Rios

Welcome Michael RiosWarm Welcome to Michael Rios! We are excited to have you part of our RE/MAX Metro team!

Michael Rios joins RE/MAX Metro as a sales agent with more than 10 years’ experience in customer service and sales. He services the Wasatch Front.

Rios previously worked with Mansell Real Estate, but found RE/MAX to be a better fit for his team. He believes that you must train with the best to be the best stating that “steel sharpens steel.”

When not working hard for his clients, you can find Michael spending time with his family. They enjoy running, biking, hiking, traveling and learning. You may not know that Michael also bartends and appreciates an excellent motivational speaker.

Welcome Jacqueline Hoff!

Welcome JaciWarm Welcome to Jacqueline Hoff! We are excited to have you part of our RE/MAX Metro team!

Jaci has over 20 years experience in sales and marketing and is helping more than 30 sellers and buyers each year. She gives back to the community by serving on the Habitat for Humanity Board of Directors and is an Ogden Weber Chamber of Commerce Spiker – local business ambassador. Jaci (pronounced Jackie) started her professional real estate career with Wolf Creek Resort in Eden. She is affectionately referred to as “the valley girl”.

Topping her list of impressive accolades is the Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) designation This designation proves her experience, training and commitment to be among the best in her profession. Extensive education and experience as well as residential transaction history must be obtained prior to receiving this designation

Trick Or Treat Safety

candy-2518372_640This is a wonderful time of year, and with the October season, many children are excited to go trick-or-treating. As the night draws closer and children are picking their costumes, here are a few things to remember to keep everyone safe.

  1. Mind where you are walking. Be sure to use sidewalks, driveways, and paths while trick-or-treating. Also, cross the street at the corner or on a crosswalk.
  1. Carry a cell phone. Not only can you call the authorities or emergency services (if needed), but the flashlight feature can help if you go into a darker area.
  1. Make sure kids are visible. Put a light or reflective tape on their costumes and have them carry a glow stick or flashlight.
  1. Feed kids first. To keep kids from hitting the candy before they get home, give them a snack or dinner beforehand. Also, before kids start eating their candy, check it out to make sure it is safe.
  1. Don’t lose the dog. If you bring along the family pet, use a leash and collar with ID.
  1. Drive extra carefully. If you drive, stay super alert and go extra slow through neighborhoods to ensure you don’t hit a child or family pet.
  1. Have ground rules. If your child is old enough to go trick-or-treating without you, agree on the route and make sure it only goes through familiar neighborhoods. Also, have them carry a cell phone.
  1. Go over stranger dangers. Remind kids they must never get into a stranger’s car. Tell them to scream loudly and run if someone stops and asks for help or offers them candy.
  1. Don’t forget to have fun. Halloween is all about having fun and enjoying time trick-or-treating. This year, make the most of the holiday with these fun ideas.

This information was provided by Danene Strand.

Welcome Shawn Cottle

Shawn CottleWarm Welcome to Shawn Cottle! We are excited to have you part of our RE/MAX Metro team!

Shawn Cottle joins RE/MAX Metro with nearly 4 years’ experience. Currently, Shawn serves Weber, Box Elder and Davis counties.

Shawn previously worked with Equity Real Estate as one of their top producers. He joined RE/MAX Metro due to their esteemed reputation, valuable training and a chance to learn from some of the industry’s best. By joining RE/MAX he knows it will better serve his clients.

When not working hard for his clients, you can find Shawn boating, hunting, camping and anything else outdoors. He also enjoys spending time with his family including both watching and coaching football for his two boys.

July 2017 Housing Market Stats

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