Keller Williams Luxury Real Estate Specialist Mary Lee is the Newest Life Goes on Roadmap™ Licensee

Keller Williams Luxury Real Estate Specialist Mary Lee of Mary Lee Real Estate has signed on as the newest Life Goes on Roadmap™ licensee and the first agent within Keller Williams to say YES to this refreshing new way to say ‘thank you’ at every closing.

December 6, 2018 —

Keller Williams Luxury Real Estate Specialist Mary Lee of Mary Lee Real Estate has signed on as the newest Life Goes on Roadmap licensee and the first agent within Keller Williams to say YES to this refreshing new way to say ‘thank you’ at every closing.

Real Estate Professionals give Life Goes on Roadmap as a ‘welcome home’ gift when they share the new house keys with their buyers and when they help their sellers sell their homes and start the next chapter of their lives.

It’s a home and hearth tool customized to the agent’s name and contact information that offers personal, practical, profound, and lasting value. It helps homeowners organize crucial financial information and documents in one day before crisis, disability, disease or death stop them.

“When my clients close on their home purchase or sale, I’m now proud to share a thoughtful gift that guides them to organize their most crucial financial information, household operations, personal contacts, and information about their valuables, and more,” Lee said.

Nancy Juetten, co-founder of Life Goes on Roadmap, created this system with her husband Steve Juetten. He’s a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER Professional. The system prepares clients and their families for “God Forbid” and “What If” moments before they become hardships, while igniting powerful conversations that need to happen before life serves up a bump in the road.

One of the ways this system sets itself apart is that it transforms getting organized into a game to win instead of an administrative task to put off. Real estate and mortgage professionals can offer this system to their valued clients as a gift at closing to add value, deepen client relationships, set themselves apart in the marketplace, invite referrals, and ultimately make more money.

Real estate and mortgage professionals interested in how they can use a customized version of Life Goes on Roadmap system for personal financial information organization as a gratitude gift for their clients can visit www.bit.ly/gratitude-RE  to learn more.

About Mary Lee:

Mary Lee has been a licensed Realtor® since 1987 and has since become a prominent agent on the Eastside of Seattle, Washington. In 2005, Mary created The Ultimate Home Selling Success System, an exclusive results-oriented system that creates the best home selling experience and results for sellers. Through her innovative marketing and negotiation expertise, her sellers enjoy a smooth and stress-free home selling experience without the normal buyer contingencies. This innovative process creates a faster sale, higher price, and typically with multiple offers, giving sellers their choice of buyers, price, and terms. Learn more at www.whyworkwithMary.com

Contact Info:
Name: Nancy Juetten
Email: Nancy@lifegoesonroadmap.com
Phone: 425 641 5214
Organization: Life Goes On Roadmap

Release ID: 456187

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