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Mr and Mrs Sellers were expecting number 3 when we sold their town home.  Clearly they were going to need more space.  With their hearts set on the Centennial School district the couple patiently waited. Interim rental housing found.  Their town home closed. After a 7 month search a perfect… Read More

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We wanted to provide this to pass along as a thank you for all your efforts: I would highly recommend the Joyer Team to anyone currently looking to sell or purchase a home.  Jeff Joyer and Christy Joyer helped us with both selling our home (sold at the list price… Read More

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It was a call from Jeanette. “Bob’s in the hospital. They won’t release him to go home because of the stairs, we have to move.” The elderly couple had considered moving off and on over the past 10 years. Hoping to move to a smaller, walk-able town closer to fishing. Read More

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While sharing a meal with current clients, I thanked them for encouraging Mike and Jean to work with the Joyer Home Team last year. He said “You know Mike passed away?”  Mike was recently retired and moved to the West Coast to be close to family.  Now Jean is in… Read More

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“Jeff, I need a ride to closing.” I first met Jay at a Builders Association meeting when he offered his lap for my young bride to sit on.  In the four decades since, the Joyer Home Team has helped Jay with 5 transactions.  A couple years ago I talked Jay… Read More

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Jan 26, 2015 we sold a modest town home in 6 days.  And the property sold within $100 of the prior list price.  This was a property that had been on the market previously for several months with another agent.  Very shortly afterward, I received the following email: “I was… Read More

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I don’t know how we qualified for our first home. I was a seasonal construction worker (roofing) and Mary was a newly hired special education school teacher. The payment was going to be $222 a month, dramatically higher than the $90 a month rent we had been paying for the… Read More

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Buying our first home in my 20’s, I asked my Dad to look it over. He was a craftsman, carpenter by trade. After a scrutinizing look, he said, “Looks sound to me. You know, it doesn’t have a bathroom on the main floor.” Which I hadn’t thought was significant. He… Read More

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In the 70’s, when the City of Minneapolis condemned the duplex I rented with my new bride, it was time to buy a house. My Mother read the classifieds for homes for sale close to her. When I broke 2 ribs playing Men’s League Soccer, Mary said to me “Maybe… Read More

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For my first housing decision, I was newly married and still in college looking for an apartment.  Budget was top of mind, followed by location.  We decided on the upper unit of a duplex at 216 29th Avenue, next to a welding shop and the Salvation Army.  The floors sloped so… Read More