Accomplished Local Businessman Joins Century 21 Davis Realty
Jody Wood and Michael Wilkie, brokers of Century 21 Davis Realty, Inc., are proud to announce the recent addition of Jim Myers to their team of top-producing agents.
Jim is a 35 year resident of Nevada County whose family moved here in 1968 when he was 8 years old. He attended school at Mt. St. Mary’s and graduated from Nevada Union in 1978.
At the age of 30 he opened Camper Connection, a successful truck accessories store that is still in operation today. When the business was sold in 1995, Jim began developing and building the 49’er Family Fun Park. A beautiful addition and attraction to Nevada County, the park opened in 1998 and has been enjoyed by thousands of tourists and residents alike. Jim left the park in 2001 to pursue a career in real estate.
Now currently working for Century 21 Davis Realty, Jim can use his knowledge of local real estate trends and business expertise to give his clients the professional and personal care they deserve. A successful businessman and developer, Jim now hopes to add Realtor to his list of accomplishments.
“I can’t think of a more perfect area to live and raise a family,” Jim says. As a single father of two teenagers and one college sophomore, he can speak from experience. “I have great kids and I believe the environment they are raised in has as much to do with their upbringing as the parents do.”
When you are buying or listing a house or property, you want someone who not only has knowledge of the real estate market, but knowledge of how that market can benefit you the most. Someone who can do that, and do it with care and understanding, is a rare commodity these days. Jim Myers is such a person and will truly meet all of your expectations for your next real estate transaction.
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