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Why Realtor Jack Less is Known as The ‘Real Estate Guy’

Jack Less

Realtor Jack Less has been disrupting the real estate industry for quite some time now. The skills and knowledge he had experienced throughout the years had made him one of the top real estate professionals in the country. 

Jack is well versed in the San Fernando Valley because he has been a resident there since 1963. After serving in the United States Army, Jack utilized his degree in Engineering and Science at such prestigious firms as Lockheed Martin, Litton, RCA, and Rockwell International.

Jack expanded his knowledge base by acquiring his contractor’s license in 1986 and later managing many residential and commercial building projects. He also set out on his own projects, buying “fixer” homes and remodeling and reselling them. Jack then created his own business: Furniture Showplace and later, American Pine Furniture, where he led the interior design and manufacturing of custom-built furniture.

Jack now specializes in residential real estate in the San Fernando Valley and Ventura County. His expertise in real estate, building and construction, and interior design make him a one-of-a-kind, highly sought-after agent. In addition, his calm demeanor and well-organized business practices keep Jack’s clients comfortable at a time when tensions can otherwise be surmounted.

Jack is the recipient of Berkshire Hathaway’s Chairman’s Circle Award for being in the top 3% of agents nationwide. His real estate prowess has also been called upon to write a monthly column in Casual Living Magazine, where he doles out advice and helpful suggestions to eager readers who have named him “The Real Estate Guy.”

Others have acknowledged Jack Lees as a knowledgeable source on real estate. Given Jack’s extensive interior design and contracting background, he literally knows real estate both inside and out. 

On another note, Jack is married and has four kids, and now he has ten grandchildren; he shared, “I love dogs and have had them most of my life. My hobbies mostly include being a musician since 1964. I play a number of instruments and have been in many bands. I do a solo gig now and have soundtracks that I have put together so I can sound like a complete band.”

Jack primarily serves San Fernando Valley, Ventura County. He said, “I know these areas well and have been selling homes for over twenty years. Many cities in these areas can be for first-time homebuyers, move-up buyers, and investors. There is lots of shopping and employment available.”

Jack works with first-time homebuyers as well as seasoned buyers and sellers. He shared, “ I have also sold commercial and industrial properties and am currently a property manager for several investors.” When asked about how the market is performing right now, he replied, “The market is very active, and I also do loans for my clients. However, interest rates are still low, and that makes homes more affordable.”

Jack shared some pieces of advice for potential clients; he said, “The best advice I can give to potential clients is to make sure you have a strong FICO score and pay your bills on time.  Try to manage your credit cards to where your credit balance is only 30% or less of your credit limit. Know what you can afford and stay in your comfort range when making a purchase. Sellers should prepare their homes to sell properly.  I have books and videos that I have given my clients to help them manage money, making fixups to get the most for their house without overpricing.”

He added, “I’ve been a contractor since 1986, a real estate professional since 2000, and a mortgage broker since 2017. I have been a Valley resident since 1963 and know the home values and benefits of different areas. That’s why it’s the best decision to hire me as your realtor.”

Reach out to realtor Jack Less by calling him at (818) 2620924 or sending him an email through thelees@earthlink.net

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