Hi! My name is Justin Werner and I'm a REALTOR with RE/MAX Exclusive. How can I help you meet your real estate related goals?
Each time I work with a client, I put myself in their shoes and do my best to help them achieve their desires and goals as if they were my own.
I have been a REALTOR since 2007 and have enjoyed every day since then being with RE/MAX. It's great to work for the best real estate company and the only brokerage that can say (legally): NOBODY IN THE WORLD SELLS MORE REAL ESTATE.
I've lived in San Antonio since I was 5 years old, so I'm very familiar with our diverse city. I'm a Full-Time REALTOR and this is all I do for a living. Whenever interviewing agents, don't settle for someone doing this as a hobby (part-time) or just an "agent". Ask if they are a REALTOR. We've taken a pledge and must adhere to a strict code of ethics.
I have been very well trained and I am highly motivated to get you where you need to go. I am constantly taking extra continuing education classes above & beyond the required classes; such as classes in Marketing, Short Sales, Mortgage Finance, Advanced Contracts, Appraisal, Buyer Representation, Certified Distressed Property Expert, and Certified Residential Specialist classes. I have an approach to pricing that very few REALTORS know how to do. It's quite similar to the approach the appraisers use. When sellers put their house on the market in the price range I develop, they are 80% of the way to closing.
My goal is to make a client for life each time I work with someone new. At the end of the transaction I want to make sure you feel like I did the best I could for you and that you rave to your friends/family how good of a job I did, so my (growing) work-by-referral business can expand one client at a time.
I have a background in graphic design and architecture. I worked in the field of architecture for many, many years doing CAD drafting/design (CAD = Computer Aided Drafting) and I actually have an Associate's Degree in Architecture. So, yes, I know a well-built house when I see one.