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The Lubinsky Team of REMAX Affiliates Inc.
About this pro
My wife and I walked into the home buying market in Columbus, Ohio in the midst of what, to us, felt like absolute insanity. There were fewer than 5,000 homes on the market on any given weekend and 20,000 people looking to buy a house. Homes were being purchased within 12 hours of being listed and we felt completely overwhelmed by the pace and size of the market. But after talking to several realtors (who clearly didn't care about us) we sat down with John Lubinsky and we found the sense of hope that we desperately needed. With his personality-defining calm demeanor, knowledge, and experience he helped us not only find our dream home, but he advised us on all the additions and addendums to put into our offer to make it the most attractive to the seller. In the end, and with John’s help, we beat out 6 other offers on the same home – and not because we bid the highest. He was quick to make time for us to look at homes, worked around our schedule, and he always had a flashlight to check out the dark corners of every house we walked into. He was always professional, always honest, always direct, and always just a pleasure to tour homes with. We could not have been happier or more at ease during this home buying process and we have some much to thank him for. If you are looking for someone who soars above the sea of realtors in Columbus, Look no further than John Lubinsky.Jun 4, 2017Verified
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Our goal is to educate our clients and make sure they have the best information to make a sound decision in home buying and selling. We understand that most people only experience a home purchase/sale a few times. With over 70 sales annually, we can help navigate the murky waters and bumps in the road.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Certified Negotiations Expert
- How did you get started doing this type of work?My father started in Real Estate when I was just a young man. I grew up around it, but didn't initially understand the benefit to others. I went on to become a professional commercial photographer with major clients such as: The Limited, DSW, Cardinal Health, Chase Bank, Huntington Bank, etc. It was a fun job and got to meet some great people and shoot some huge campaigns, a photographer's dream. After nearly 15 years as a photographer, I realized I wasn't truly helping anyone. As one of my mentors said early on, "we create landfill." In a sense, that was true. Our photos were meant to be used for a certain period and then disposed. I found through this process, though, that I wanted to make a difference in people's lives. Some of the greatest moments in photography were when I photographed real people and sometimes their struggles. Through volunteer and commissioned work with Habitat for Humanity, The Furrey Foundation, Help Portrait, and Ohio WillowWood, I learned the deeper feeling of self-fulfillment. When seeking a career that I could do that would give me the same fulfillment from helping others, I didn't have to look far. For as long as I can remember, I would get stopped by people talking about my father and what it meant to them that he helped them purchase their first home, second home, or dream home. They were always so grateful for the guidance and often kept in touch with him as friends. Today, I carry that torch and my team has been carefully selected to follow the same footsteps.