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All Of My Clients Drive Subarus

By Jamis Minnis, October 6, 2020

All of my clients drive Subarus.
Ok, Maybe like 80%
Ok, actually, if I want to get Virgo about it only 52.9%
What is it about these cool cats and kittens?
Why do Subaru Drivers seek me out?
I don’t know, but here’s the overlap thus far:

They are outdoorsy, there is likely some type of bike, kayak, or similar car attachment.
They grew at least 16.2 plant varieties: tomatoes, herbs, and scarlet runner beans usually make the list.
They wear their masks, at all times, respectfully, no questions asked.
They eat at my favorite pizza places, specifically Dove Vivi.
They are resourceful. If something needs to happen, they will make it happen.
They remind me of old Portland. Ahhhhhhh.
They still stop for pedestrians.
They know really good bands to check out. Like REALLY good.
They have 1.1 dogs, SADLY Not one of them believe in cats.
You guessed it, they listen to NPR.
They are hands on and handy, if they can’t fix it, they know someone that can.
They have considered being vegan at one point or another.
They’re all 100% ready for a side-gig in real estate. I mean they are really so good.
Fred Meyer who? They shop at farmers markets. New seasons if they are feeling cute.

After careful review of this list.
I too am considering a purchase of a Subaru.

Jamis Minnis

Broker | OR

She/They

I'm just out here trying to be the Ruth Bader Ginsberg of Real Estate. I'm Originally from Florida. A Frugal Foodie. A Concert/Music Festival Enthusiast. A Community Organizer.  Double Majored in Psychology and Business. And I have Travelled all 50 States and 4 Continents. Housing has always been important to me. It's more than where the heart is, it's where we feel secure, build connection, Gather, Giggle, Grow. Over the years, I have managed a 350 bed International Youth Hostel in downtown San Francisco, worked for Habitat for Humanity with Americorps NCCC, volunteered on the Katrina mass home rebuild in New Orleans, and provided landlord tenant advocacy in the non-profit sector. All roads leading to finally being a Real Estate Agent. I bought and restored my home, a 1917 craftsman with perseverance, creativity, resourceful thinking, NERDing out on Real Estate stats, being strategic in negotiating, and having integrity, I plan to do the same for you. I run a fully transparent, encouraging, fun, but tight ship. Being an agent at Living Room Realty affords me the opportunity of being a home matchmaker. Meeting awesome clients that will soon have a home that meets their needs, their livelihood, and their dreams. Planning on selling your home? Great, I can help you with that too. I am especially excited to work with first time home buyers, folks with marginalized identities, and folks that would like to have a fun supportive agent throughout their home buying process. When I'm not scouting new properties, I'm generally with my favorite person, my partner Camille. Together we are goofy cute and treat each other with sweetness. You should see us y'all. *Camille is also a therapist, so if the process gets overwhelming or stressful, don't worry, we've got you. Others reasons to contact me:
  • You Need A Spotify Playlist for the Occasion.
  • Gender Ideology Convos.
  • Sappy Rom-Com Recs.
  • Creating A Better World.
  • Dad Jokes!
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  • T: 503-756-0005
  • jamis@livingroomre.com

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