Old and New Friends – My Christmas Cards and Connecting

One of the best parts of helping people buy and sell houses in Fayetteville, NC is that I have made so many new friends as a result of my business! I’ll confess that by nature, I’m a pretty shy person. That creates a problem because I’m also very social–I love to be with my friends. […]

Cookies With Santa in Fayetteville NC

Santa was in Fayetteville NC yesterday! Did you see him? On December 4th, The Julissa Jumper Real Estate Team hosted our first annual “Cookies with Santa” event for all of our clients and friends and their children. We had a great time! The day started with set up and decorating, and at about 12:00, Santa […]

Marketing My Listings – People ARE Watching!

A week or so ago, I listed a home for sale that is located in the Haymount neighborhood, in the Terry Sanford School District.  As usual, my team did a wonderful job of photographing and creating a video to market the home. It’s a great home, at a great price, in a much-desired area of […]

When All is Said and Done, Selling Homes is Still about Relationships

Honestly, I have never felt quite this good about not getting a listing… This is a short post about a home I did NOT list for sale in Country Club North, one of the neighborhoods in Fayetteville, NC in which I specialize.  Country Club North is an established neighborhood of executive-style and single family homes […]

From Tweet to Tweetup – Making the Connection

There are times in our lives when personal and professional circumstances conspire, and we either master those circumstances or they master us!  You wouldn’t think real estate marketing would be that important, would you?  Over the past 2 years or so, I’ve had a newborn baby girl with another on the way, my top-notch buyer’s […]

Is Twitter for Real? – 3 Reasons I Use Twitter for Business and Pleasure

If you’ve spent any time at all on the internet looking through different blogs and websites, you’ve undoubtedly noticed an explosion of buzz-words or icons that make little sense to a casual observer–“Follow me,” “Link to Me,” “Friend Me,” and more.  There’s no shortage of social networking sites and communication applications with strange or cutely […]