Roxane has been in real estate for since 1997. She spent her first 9 years in business making a casual living, and pursuing her hobbies in the arts. In 2005, she acquired a family with 2 children. At the same time, she looked around the industry and saw a building storm. Coming to the conclusion that she could either build an REO business or become an expert in negotiating a short sale, she chose short sales, understanding that the skills required for this business were so specialized that agents who became proficient would be in a position to help an enormous number of people. During this same period, Jake left a successful mortgage company that he had built in Denver to join Countrywide in 2004. He quickly rose through the ranks, overseeing production in 17 states. In the position of National Accounts Sales Manager and traveling 5 days a week, he saw the mortgage melt-down from the inside. Born with an analytical mind, he was intrigued by the circumstances around the sub-prime loan crisis and looked ahead to the same gathering storm. In 2008, after the birth of his 4th child his wife and he decided it was time to make a major business/lifestyle change and he set to putting his unique perspective to use helping homeowners in distress and became a Realtor in 2009.
The two met, felt an instant synergy with parallel visions and merged into one dynamic team in May of 2010. Part of their vision: building a sustainable business in a troubled economy. The second part is something that is changing the real estate community: they are teaching others to do the same in a marketplace where the majority of Real Estate Agents are fleeing from the growing number of the sellers that are either underwater on their mortgages or close to it. Since joining forces they have seen first-hand that most homeowners face an uphill battle trying to find real information that is pertinent to their specific situations.
Short sell? Deed in lieu? What is a short sale?
Roxane and Jake focus on offering distressed homeowners access to as much knowledge as possible about the situations that they are in. They are very clearly focused on helping the homeowner stay in their home if it is at all possible. They have pulled together a team of like-minded professionals including Attorneys and CPAs to help in this goal. As is often the case with entrepreneurs who understand that “good-people” is also “good-business” , they have quickly expanded their businesses to a team that includes a short sale Coordinator and Assistant, 3 Executive Assistants as well as a 4 Buyer Specialists. Already recognized in the real estate community as leading minds on the subject of foreclosure, they are on an aggressive teaching circuit at the front-range Boards of Realtors. Their passion is to increase the knowledge of Realtors, who are truly on the front lines of this crisis and in a position to offer real help to homeowners who desperately need it.
The Federal Trade Commission issued the Mortgage Assistance Relief Services Rule 16 CFR 322 (MARS). MARS defines "mortgage assistance relief service" to include: "negotiating, obtaining or arranging a short sale of a dwelling." You may stop doing business with us at any time. You may accept or reject the offer of mortgage assistance we obtain from your lender(or servicer). If you reject the offer, you do not have to pay us. If you accept the offer, you will have to pay us the amount agreed in our listing agreement for our services. Keller Williams and My Home Team are not associated with the government and our service is not approved by the government or your mortgage lender. Even if you accept this offer and use our service, your lender may not agree to change your loan. If you stop paying your mortgage, you could lose your home and damage your credit rating.
We can help you buy a home, sell a home, move up, plan for the future, short sell, work with your mortgage company, understand making home affordable and deed in lieu. Free consultations, rich list of references. They also coach other professionals in the community and teach extensively. We work in Boulder, Longmont, Louisville, Lafayette, Erie, Thornton, Brighton, Westminster, Broomfield, Wheat Ridge, Lakewood, Littleton, Denver, Commerce City, Englewood, Centennial, Aurora, Parker, Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Morrison, Evergreen
Roxane Webster and Jacob Gienger have a large and successful real estate team in addition to teaching at boards up and down the front range and running a popular seminar and coaching program.