JustinSteill

JUSTIN STEILL

Sales Associate

www.homeswithsteill.com – Web
317.538.5705 – cell
317.805.4663 – office
317.805.7361 – fax

Building relationships, making connections, and being a resource for all of your real estate needs.
15+ years in the Real Estate industry/Multi-Million Dollar producer
Lifestyle Manager: You’re not buying a home you are buying a lifestyle
Innovative Team that will help sell your home quickly and efficiently
Process oriented for an efficient home buying process
Customer reviews:
“We were extremely fortunate to have met Justin and are thankful he became our Realtor. He is extremely knowledgeable about the Carmel/Fishers/Zionsville/Westfield/Geist/Indy community and was a pleasure to work with. He helped our family pick the best house with a tight turnaround at the very best price. His real estate savvy is remarkable and his kind, caring, no-pressure and fun personality made what can be a very stressful decision a real pleasure. We fully trust Justin with all of our real estate needs and would highly recommend him.”–Brandee B. Source: http://www.zillow.com/profile/Justin-Steill/
AREAS OF EXPERTISE:
Professional Staging partnership to help get your home ready to sell
Resource for home maintenance partners
Cutting edge Technology for marketing your home: 3D tours Drone Video
Team processes is place for a hassle free transaction
Steill does more than sell real estate. He loves to travel. If you ever want to know where to take an adventure trip, family vacation, or a couples retreat, just ask him. One of Justin’s goals is to build a school and sponsor children for the nonprofit, www.wisdomandgrace.org, he helped start in Guatemala. “An important part of my life is giving back and living generously.”
My funniest experience so far was when I was showing a large home that did not have power in the basement. My client turned the corner in the dark basement, and in the mirror above the bar, written in dust, was “I am watching you”. Because it was a mirror, her reflection in the dim light made it look like someone was watching her! She jumped at least 6 feet, ran out of the house, and now references the house as the “ghost house”.