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Consult on Home Selling Strategies
Oftentimes buyers don't visualize living in your home the way you do. I can make your home attractive to its ideal audience - which can help you get top dollar. Things like staging the home, making repairs or minor improvements, or even simply painting the walls can be the difference between a home resting on the market and one that's sold fast.
Meet John Zabinski
Achieving superior results and providing a world-class customer experience is what makes John Zabinski’s clients return to him and refer others when buying or selling a home in Berks County and southeastern PA. “Buying a home should be an exciting time in one’s life.....and selling a home should be a time of looking forward to the next stage in life’s adventure.”
John’s most appreciated skill is his ability to listen well, paying attention to every detail, then using clear and timely communication to ensure that everyone’s on the same page. As a Certified Technology Real Estate specialist, he appreciates being able to connect and communicate with clients the way they want.
But here’s where common sense and technology co-exist. With 90% of all buyers beginning their home search online, John takes the time to post extensive photos and descriptions of his listings on his website and in the MLS, syndicates them to a variety of real estate portals, then gives them extra exposure through premiere memberships on Realtor.com and Zillow Group among others.
A lifelong student, teacher, researcher, entrepreneur, consumer, volunteer and more…
When not busy with real estate, John enjoys working out regularly, does volunteer work with Caron Treatment Centers, working with his alumni associations at Brown and Hofstra, attending RSO performances, boating with his family on Blue Marsh Lake, playing with their two cats or escaping to another world, reading books on spirituality and historical novels.
When you want a Berks County real estate professional who will dedicate himself to getting the results you want – call John Zabinski. 484.769.2725. He'll work hard to help you find the right house – or the right buyer.
Born and raised in the area, John has always had a special place in his heart for Berks County, with its friendly sense of community. After attending college, John relocated to the New York City-Metro area building several businesses in the commercial print and supply chain industries. Acquiring world-class skills in corporate sales, contract negotiation and financing, direct marketing, customer service, dispute resolution and the ability to navigate complex transactions, not to mention his ability to listen carefully and structure solutions specifically geared to solving client problems....John yearned to return to family and friends here in Berks County. He couldn't be happier.
John's business background, honed both on Wall Street and Madison Avenue, together with personal knowledge of his hometown real estate market provides clients the benefits of enjoying a world-class client experience. Coldwell Banker broker Ed Jenkins adds that "John brings an extraordinarily broad range of business skills and educational experience to our firm. Combine all that John has to offer with undoubtedly the finest and world's largest real estate brand, it's no wonder we're excited to have him with our company".
Brown University, BA Economics | Providence, RI
Hofstra University, MBA Finance | Hempstead, LI, NY
Serves on the Adjunct Faculty of Penn State University and several other universities.
Hold Series 7 and Series 63 licenses
Associate Realtor Candidate
When not busy with real estate, John enjoys volunteering at Caron Treatment Center, Hope Rescue Mission of Reading, PA, the Lebanon Rescue Mission, Angel Tree, among others. He also enjoys working with both Hofstra's and Brown University's Alumni programs. John currently serves as Brown's Eastern-PA Area Chair coordinating the efforts of Brown Alumni in the interviewing of potential students. John's an an active volunteer holding several board positions for non-profit groups, including the YMCA, while living in Chatham, NJ.