Sophie Jones joined our Team MikkiMoves as a full time professional Real Estate Agent in September 2018. She started as a Broker’s Assistant in October 2016 and has been a Realtor since November 2017. She originally worked at a local credit union where she observed first hand the loan process. Seeing Borrowers go through the home buying process sparked her interest in Real Estate. She could see herself helping Buyers, and Sellers, through this major life decision.
Sophie originally hails from Boise, Idaho but now cannot imagine her life without the beautiful beaches and towering redwoods of Humboldt. From the first time you meet Sophie, you will feel at ease with her professional and personable working style and confident in her ability to represent your best interest though the Real Estate transaction.
Sophie joined her sister, Ruthie Jones, at MikkiMoves, bringing energy and teamwork.
Please contact Sophie for all your Real Estate needs.
“Sophie is wonderful! She stayed with us through our 6 month house hunt, and was happy to show us homes whenever something struck us as a possibility. When we finally fell in love with our dream house, she helped us put together the perfect offer so quickly to ensure that we could be considered! Sophie is communicative, patient, and was so helpful with all of our questions through the escrow process. She made the magic happen and made it look effortless! We love our house, and are so thankful that we met Sophie!”
“Sophie Jones went above and beyond helping us purchase a home in Arcata. Great local knowledge. Always available to communicate and help. We don’t live in the area and could not have done it without her extra efforts. She even noticed a mistake by our mortgage broker in the paperwork. She helped us even after closing, helping us coordinate repairs. Highly recommend.”
“Sophie Jones was a pleasure to work with! She assisted us in every phase of our home purchase for 1921 Harrison in Eureka. We would use her services again. Diligent follow through and she went the extra mile to help us.”