Stephanie Jacobs has been on the Sunset Creek Realty team since Feb 2017. She grew up with real estate as a foundational element of her life, having a 40+ year veteran, her father, Allen Jacobs (a 40+ year veteran of Real Estate) to rely on and learn the business. She has always viewed real estate as a match-making business that allows agents to help people find the right homes in which they will live their lives, and that idea was central in making her decision to join the team and now remain as a managing partner.
Having worked for Sunset Creek Realty in the office since high school, she has had the chance to experience the company climate firsthand, so when the time came for her to seek her license, she could not have chosen a better opportunity than she has here. Stephanie’s passion has always been to help others, and with Sunset Creek Realty’s small, tight-knit office, local focus, and agent integrity, she felt her personality and objectives were the right fit. It gives Stephanie the utmost confidence to have such a solid foundation to continue her work as a managing partner here at Sunset Creek Realty.
Stephanie’s strengths are connecting with others quickly and on multiple levels. Long before pursuing her bachelor’s in psychology at the University of Connecticut, she loved learning what makes people tick- their motivations, their perspectives, and their values. She likes to use this passion to work toward fulfilling her client’s real estate needs with creative solutions, innovative marketing, and clear communication. She views every client, be they buyer, renter, or seller, as a unique individual with their own levels of previous real estate experience, ideal criteria, and life situation. A transaction as significant as those in real estate can already be tricky to navigate, and the impact of these variables can make it seem even more complicated. Stephanie knows how to streamline and de-stress a process that can be, for many, overwhelming. She is here to help and stands ready to find solutions for you today!