Agent High Five: A Q&A with Jerome Morlet




Take a moment and get to know Jerome through this brief Q&A we had with him about San Diego, his business, and what he’s doing outside of Real Estate!

  1. Do your work in Real Estate full time? Are you a member of the National Association of Realtors? Answer:Beyond full time, I try to make myself available for all of my clients past regular business hours and weekends. Sometimes that makes all the difference to them, and I’m happy to accommodate. Yes I am a member of the National Association of Realtors.
  2. Which neighborhoods do you primarily work in? Answer:Although I have my preferences, my clientele has given me the opportunity to work throughout the county. I have learned the market trends of many different areas, sub communities, and cities among the county. I would say all the way south of Oceanside down to Chula Vista, as far east as Julian and all along the coast with everything in between!
  3. How do you market a new home? Answer:On new listings I like to market the home as if it were the last house for sale in the city, I have almost a dozen social media outlets that I constantly promote them through to create a very strong online presence. That is supplemented with eFlyers, mailers, open houses, word of mouth and tapping into your personal and professional networks to get maximum exposure and bring in multiple offers. I feel that most home owners have a sense of pride in ownership and I want to convey that to the public.
  4. What’s the one problem you are best at solving for your clients? What do your ideal clients say about you? Answer:(A) One of the biggest problems I notice during the transaction with a lot of other agents, are the negotiations between both parties when it comes to purchase price, request for repairs, and buyer’s/seller’s credits. I always like to have a solid basis for what I am asking for or for what I am advising my clients to agree to pay. I back this up with significant amounts of data from several sources to convey and suggest a reasonable common ground that both parties can agree with. That way, both parties feel that they are being treated fairly and generously all with in reason, and that leads to a smoother close and more money for my clients. (B) I’ve been fortunate enough to work with some great people, a couple things that I’ve been told is that I am easy to communicate with, that’s including being able to get a hold of me almost anytime. Also that they felt very comfortable and confident with me during the entire transaction, I take my client relationships to heart so their compliments mean the most!
  5. What are you passionate about personally? What do you really enjoy? What can’t you stop talking about? Answer: The obvious answer would be Real Estate of course but 3 things that I am very passionate about and enjoy doing are; food, music, and sports. I love to cook, I have a huge appreciation for all types of music and currently learning to play the Piano and Guitar. I love to play and watch all sports and have since I was a kid. I am a huge soccer fan and still play twice a week to this day. I have a traveling group that has attended every World Cup since 2006 and plan on keeping the tradition alive.


Thanks Jerome!

To learn more about Jerome, visit his page on our website HERE.