bojihomes

Buyer

No other Realtor in the Iowa Great Lakes has more technical and online marketing experience the Aaron Jones of BojiHomes.com.  With over 80 domains/web sites dedicated to helping you, as a buyer, find your dream home or invesment property, I am committed to making this search as easy as possible.

 

Want to Buy, But Not Sure Where to Turn?

 

Whether it's your first home purchase or you are searching for investment properties, buying a property, home, or business is surely stressful.  I simply want to take that stress out of your life.  I remember not knowing anything at all when I bought my first place, and having a qualified Realtor was the easiest choice I ever made.    Our team would love to help you find that perfect home or perfect lot to build that perfect home.  There is so much more than finding a place though.  There are offers and negotiations; there are inspections and loan qualifications and financing; there are abstracts and deeds and title opinions; the list goes on.  First of all, it can be daunting to try to do this yourself, but even more important, you want to work with someone that you can trust will do the job right, and give you peace of mind through your journey of buying your dream home, or starting your business.  As a Realtor and RE/MAX agent, I have more tools at my disposal than the competition to help you complete your purchase, getting the best price possible, and more value in your purchase.

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The Family Diner

Spirit Lake

The Family Diner is Spirit Lake, IA is a local favorite! They offer up a large portion for small money, but whether you come early or late you may be in for a wait. With homemade bread and the

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Arnolds Park Amusement Park

Arnolds Park

Having lived in Okoboji all my life, there are a wealth of memories of Arnolds Park. I, like many of the locals, miss the nostalgia of the old Roof Garden, the fun house, the water slide and much,

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"The Bridge"

West Lake Okoboji

"The Bridge" has been referred to by the Wharf Bridge, the Kentucky Fried Chicken Bridge, the bridge connecting East and West, among other names. In the good old days, this was actually a draw bridge

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