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About Jon Speich

I am a licensed, full-time, professional realtor with JP Willman Realty Twin Cities, specializing in buying and selling residential real estate. My clients trust me for being a real estate expert who knows the market, who can effectively negotiate in my client's best interest, and who can seamlessly manage a transaction to a successful conclusion. I create value by utilizing the latest technologies, market data, and business strategies in ways that deliver the most amount of money, in the shortest amount of time, and with the least amount of anxiety and inconvenience. I am passionate about discovering your needs and goals by listening and seeing you as a whole person who requires real expertise and genuine professional guidance. “A sign of a good realtor is if you see your client not as a transaction, number, or paycheck, but as a whole person, with real needs, who require real expertise and genuinely professional guidance.” I sincerely want to help you. I’d love to hear from you today!

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5 Ways to Write a Winning Offer in Today’s Real Estate Market

Our nation is in the midst of a serious housing crunch. Last year, a lack of inventory and soaring prices left many would-be homebuyers feeling pinched. But now, with interest rates climbing, many

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Seller’s Checklist: A Timeline to Prep Your Home for Sale

We’re still in a seller’s market, but that doesn’t mean your home is guaranteed to easily sell.1 If you want to maximize your sale price, it’s still important to prepare your

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Who is this guy "Patrick" and why was he such a big deal? ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣

Patrick is known as the apostle of Ireland. When he was a teenager, he was captured and taken from Britain to Ireland as a slave, but he was rescued and returned home in a ship that he had seen in a

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Hedge Against Inflation With These 3 Real Estate Investment Types

The annual inflation rate in the United States is currently around 7.5%—the highest it has been since 1982.¹ It doesn’t matter if you’re a cashier, lawyer, plumber, or

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