Jenna Koontz
Residential Relocation Specialist

Giving your dreams an address!

Poland Office, OH
100 West McKinley Way
Poland, OH 44514
(330) 707-1000

Relationship - Respect - Results

Choosing the Right REALTOR® Does Make a Difference...

In today's real estate market, you need an agent dedicated to your buying or selling goals.  You need a full-time agent with knowledge, competence, and the commitment to provide you with top-notch service.  I am that agent and I will make you my #1 Priority. I attended Youngstown State University and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry. My passion is selling real estate. I have successfully completed additional training to earn several designations. I am a Residential Relocation Specialist, a Certified Stager and a Certified New Home Specialist in Residential Construction.  This means that I have the extra knowledge and tools available to those clients relocating into or out of town. I can assist in the proper and economical staging of your home to bring the highest market value upon sale and am qualified to coordinate a new home build via my knowledge of the construction process and can work with both your builder and your lender to make sure your dream home is everything you imagine it to be.

EDUCATION:

  • Graduate of Struthers High School
  • Graduate of Youngstown State University with a BS in Chemistry
  • Currently working on MBA with a Concentration in Accounting
  • Graduate of HONDROS College of Real Estate
  • Graduate of Howard Hanna's FAST START Program

DESIGNATIONS:

  • Residential Relocation Specialist
  • Residential Construction Certified
  • Certified New Home Specialist
  • Professional Property Stager Realtor Consultant
  • Senior Real Estate Specialist

AFFILIATIONS:

  • Member NATIONAL ASSOCIATION of REALTORS
  • Member OHIO ASSOCIATION of REALTORS
  • Member YOUNGSTOWN COLUMBIANA ASSOCIATION of REALTORS

VOLUNTEER:

  • St. Vincent DePaul Soup Kitchen

Find your next Home NOW!

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Specialties

Country Property
Custom Home
Dream Home
Executive Home
Farm And Ranch
First Time Buyers
Historic Home
Luxury Homes
Move-Up Home
New Construction
New Home
Relocation
Residential
Retirement

Moving Checklist


 

Address Change:
  • Give forwarding address to Post Office four to six weeks before moving
  • Charge accounts, credit cards
  •  Subscriptions: Notice required six to eight weeks
  • Friends and relatives
  
Bank:
  • Transfer funds, arrange check-cashing in new city if necessary
  • Arrange credit references
   
Insurance:
  • Notify company of new location for coverage: life, health, fire and auto.
 
Utility Companies:
  • Gas, light, water, fuel, garbage.
  • Get refunds on any deposits made.
  • Return cable boxes if necessary.
 
Delivery Services:
  • Laundry, newspaper, change over of service.
 
Medical, Dental, Prescription Histories:
  • Ask doctor or dentist for referrals.
  • Transfer needed for prescriptions, eyeglasses, X-rays.
  • Obtain birth records, medical records, etc.
 
Pets:
  • Ask about regulations for licenses, vaccinations, tags, etc.
 
Don't Forget To:
  • Empty freezer, plan use of foods
  • Defrost freezer and clean refrigerator. Place charcoal to dispel odors
  • Have appliances serviced for moving
  • Clean rugs and/or clothing before moving; have them wrapped
  • Check with your moving counselor/company - insurance coverage, packing and unpacking labor, arrival day, various shipping papers, method and time of expected payment
  • Plan for special care needs of infant or pets
  • Check with Agriculture Department of new area to see if they have restrictions on plants
 
On Moving Day:
  • Carry enough cash or traveler's checks to cover cost of moving services and expenses until you establish new banking services
  • Carry jewelry and important documents yourself or use registered mail
  • Plan for transporting pets; they are poor traveling companions if unhappy
  • Let close friends or relatives know route and schedule you will travel, including any overnight stops. Use them as message headquarters
  • Final check of old residence: double-check closets, drawers and shelves to be sure they are empty
  • Leave old keys, garage door openers, broiler pans, landscape/house plans and instruction manuals needed by new owner with your agent.
 
At Your New Address:
  • Obtain certified checks or cashier's checks necessary for closing real estate transaction (check title company for details)
  • Check that utilities are turned on.
  • Do a walk through notice any damages, document and take photos.
  • Check for damages while unpacking - be aware of deadline for insurance claims.
  • Replace locks if necessary and make at least 2 copies of your new keys

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