Welcome

Treating customers like family is both a guiding principal and a way of life for Justin Jones. He is dedicated to listening intently and matching individuals and families with the right properties, buildings and neighborhoods that best suit their needs.
Boasting almost 15 years of experience in the real estate industry and deep roots in Regina city , Justin excels in navigating the complicated terrain of condo boards, investment acquisition, property management, and more. Throughout this time Justin has won many awards and received several testimonials , for the outstanding knowledge and service he provides.
Justin brings a strong background in construction to his clients, creating deep relationships and a strong referral base. He shines when it comes to providing peerless customer service and attention to detail- skills that continually impress his satisfied real estate clients.
Justin enjoys building in the garage, spending time with his wife and two kids and walking. He is never to busy to take a phone call and welcomes all new customers.



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When to Consider Buying a “Diamond in the Rough”

Let’s face it. When you visit a home during a scheduled viewing or open house, you’re usually seeing it at its best. The rooms are tidy. The sinks are clean. The closets are organized and uncluttered. Even the lighting is set to its brightest. That’s just good old-fashioned marketing. However, not every ...

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Increasing Foyer Appeal

You’ve heard of curb appeal. It refers to the good impression buyers tend to get when they first see your house “from the curb”. The greater the curb appeal, the more enticing your house will seem. But there’s another type of appeal you may not be aware of: Foyer appeal. That’s ...

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Lighting Matters When Selling Your House

Remember the last time you were in a furniture store or other major home retailer? Remember the fully decorated displays of furniture, appliances and other products? Some of those may have even been organized as model rooms. What did most of those displays have in common? Chances are, they were well lit. In ...

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