Jameson Real Estate has more than weathered the storm brought on by the housing crisis. It has flourished.
The real estate firm, which encompasses Jameson Sotheby’s International Realty and Jameson Commercial, announced in a recent press release that its sales volume has increased from its 2008 mark by 400 percent. Also, Jameson is on track for a record breaking year, having already surpassed the $1 billion worth of sales volumes it recorded last year.
Jameson was able to sustain such growth because it remained aggressive and constantly tended to client relationships despite the housing crisis, according to Chris Feurer, Jameson’s CEO.
“The reason Jameson has been able to not just survive, but actually thrive, over the past several years, is that our team focused on our collective strengths and continued to nurture client relationships even when there was little activity in the market,” Feurer said in the press release. “This commitment and professionalism truly sets us apart from other firms, and is the reason why we’re looking toward an exciting future serving our clients.”
The firm has introduced a few new tech tools to aid both agents and clients, including a social media platform that sends information to clients to keep them in the loop. Also, the firm felt it was necessary to cater to its international clients spread across nearly 50 countries, so it implemented a website platform that allows for language and currency translations.
Jameson President Mike Sato said the firm’s sales volume for 2013 is projected to be more than $1.3 billion.