Jordan Jacobs is a Home Advisor Coordinator at TRELORA. He works in synergy with Home Advisor Agents to deliver excellent service from initiation through closing. He crosses t’s, dots i’s and ensures both agents and clients are equipped with everything they need for a successful transaction. Having a professional like Jordan in your corner is just one of the perks of TRELORA’s team-based approach.
What does it mean to you to be part of TRELORA?
To me, TRELORA means being part of a group of people working together to save Colorado consumers a lot of dough, while providing top notch customer service. We are setting the new standard for an industry that is primed and ready for change.
What do you like about working at TRELORA?
I like that everyone at TRELORA, while all have different responsibilities, has the same common goal. It’s a real team of people who care about one another.
How do you leave people better?
I impact people by sincerely caring about what they say and letting them know they’ve been heard through asking questions.
Name 3 of your core values.
Treat people with respect
Tell us about your best TRELORA experience.
My first time explaining to a client how much money they were going to save with TRELORA was a blast. Choosing who to work with in real estate is a big financial decision; the amount of money we help individuals and families save is just plain cool.
Tell us about a work related challenge you have overcome.
In the short time I’ve been part of this team, I’ve been able to overcome what people think TRELORA is by educating them on the facts.
If you weren't revolutionizing the real estate industry, what would you be doing?
Traveling the world by plane, train or automobile.
Read any good books lately?
Patrick Lencioni’s The Five Temptations of a CEO
Pets? Family? Hobbies?
I am one of three boys who grew up in Oregon, where most of my family still lives. I love all of the Colorado outdoor activities; I take full advantage of our beautiful Colorado weather: skiing, biking, hiking, and always a great patio with a Colorado brew in hand.
Next time you save $12k (or more) on your personal real estate transaction, how will you spend your dough?
I'd invest it somewhere smart for the long term.