My goal is to make the process of buying, selling, or owning a home efficient, enjoyable and rewarding for you. See what my clients have said about my real estate services...
"I just wanted to take a minute to thank you for all the hard work you did in helping me and my family in the process of purchasing our new home. We are still busy settling in, but we love the house, and the neighborhood! Thank you for answering all my questions, and for being very patient with me." ! Deb T. July 31, 2009
“Jack Mulrooney epitimizes the label professional realtor. Jack earns his living selling real estate full-time and does so selling one property at a time. Jack truly believes that each property and its owner is unique, and requires individualized attention. Jack studies each property so that he understands everything about it and the market of which it is apart. Each customer’s needs come first and foremost, and enough is never enough for his customers. Nearly all of Jack’s customers are either past customers, or referrals from those customers. Many realtors today work in the industry part-time and do not have their fingers on the pulse on the marketplace nor the needs of their customers. In the realty business, hard work and timing is everything. Knowing the available inventory, and spotting opportunities is crucial to success. Satisfying customers is what Jack is all about.” Attorney Patrick Frazier January 5, 2009
“Jack is not only an amazing Real Estate agent who managed to sell my property in a sinking market, he also dealt with the insanly crazy drama of a volatile divorce-in-process! If the need and circumstances again arose, I would hire Jack to act as my agent in a heartbeat!” Client Jennifer N. June 7, 2007
“I highly recommend Jack Mulrooney as a real estate agent. He offers great knowledge of the market, what to expect, what to look for and how to negotiate. He was always very attentive to his clients and their needs as well as advising them of what to expect without leaving out any details.” Client Jennifer M. October 1, 2008