I provide high quality real estate services as a result of years of experience, innovative marketing, and superior negotiating skills with a competitive edge. I strive to make the selling and buying process as smooth as possible while working on your behalf.
"Very professional. Good balance between understanding our needs and being compliant to the process. Steady and good awareness of the situation, knows when to step up and when to patiently be on standby - very important when assessing offers. Actively participate in creating solutions to sell the house. Represented (NOT relayed) us well meaning she vouch for us and articulated our sentiments."
"Jean understands the market and encouraged us to trust her with the higher than expected listing price for our home. To our surprise, we had an offer, above the asking price on the first day. By the end of the second day we had a signed contract. Jean has sold three homes for us. Repeat customers proves we trust her."
"Jean's business acumen and personal touch are a winning combination! I was an out-of-town seller and she took on tasks to prepare my house for sale that few, if any, agents would do. She represented my best interest in all dealings. I can confidently say that if you want your home sold quickly and for top dollar, Jean Raga is the Professional Real Estate Agent you should call."
Jean has lived in Cincinnati for over 25 years, obtained her real estate license in 1999, and wed her twin passions of cooking and real estate by creating her custom “Recipe for Real Estate." And that's just the beginning of her story.
Tom and Jean visiting Monument Park, the museum in the outfield at Yankee Stadium.
Rick, Colleen, Jean and Tom at Jean’s niece’s engagement party in Haddonfield, NY.
Tom and Jean with Jean’s sister Kate (a realtor in Haddonfield, NJ) and brother-in-law Wayne at a Princeton University football game.
The fifth member of the Raga Household. Lucy joined the family as a rescue in 2016. She has become very protective of the family but has never met a person she does not like. Lucy always greets people with a wag of the tail and a “pet me" look.
Now that it is just Tom and Jean, charcuterie and a bottle of wine are often dinner.
Fall 2020 marked the end of an era for Tom and Jean. It was the final season of children’s sports after 25 years. Colleen played volleyball from grade school through college, and Rick played football grade school through college.
To give you outstanding service from start to finish, I could not do it without these people.