Joe Parker

Joe Parker

Texas

Joe Parker worked in the automobile industry for two decades before becoming a Realtor with Miloff Aubuchon Realty Group.  As a Finance Director and a General Sales Manager, he learned several things that apply to real estate.  One of those is a dedicated work ethic.  The other is you need to dedicate yourself to the customer.  When you’re selling someone a car you really need to understand what they need for themselves and their family.  That lesson also applies to real estate.  There’s a saying in the automobile industry that getting a new vehicle is the second most important purchase… the first is a new home.

“I know when I’ve purchased a new home the feeling is amazing, ” explains Joe.  “I love being part of the process to help someone get the home, whether it’s a vacation home, a home where they spend their retirement years or the home of their dreams.”

Customer service is a top priority for Joe.  Over the years he’s won several Presidents Awards from various automobile manufacturers recognizing a combination of top sales and customer satisfaction.  Joe knows the importance of follow-up and follow-thru with his clients and they know if they ever need anything at all, he is always there to help.

Joe was born and raised in the Dallas/Ft. Worth area of Texas.  A neighbor visited Southwest Florida looking for a vacation home and decided to make it a permanent move.  Joe and his wife came to Florida for a visit soon after the closing and they never wanted to leave.  They went home, put their Texas home on the market, and moved here as quickly as they could.

“My wife had been trying to get me to move to Florida for as long as I can remember, especially ever since we got married on Jupiter Beach 10 years ago.”

Joe and his wife have three kids and two dogs.  His home is very much a sports household… especially during football season.  Living in Texas just minutes from the Dallas Cowboys stadium, Joe considers himself a huge fan.  When he’s not at home he enjoys being out on the water.  Fishing was near the top of his list of reasons to move to Southwest Florida.