A10F03B49704A9555CB18D6BD506641C

Shelia Rejas

PowerMark Properties

PowerMark Properties. The MARK of Integrity

About Shelia Rejas

For almost a decade I have been serving the real estate community. I am member of the Mississippi Gulf Coast Association of REALTORS® and the National association of REALTORS®.I am a Military Relocation Professional, Real Estate Negotiations Expert and an Accredited Buyer's Representative. I use my experience and foresight to proactively address details before they become a problem, offering seamless assistance to you in every aspect of your home purchase. I am with you every step of the home buying process, from the first phone call to closing and beyond. Having moved nine times with my spouse because of military assignments, I understand the needs of families, having to relocate, firsthand. I decided to step in and start offering assistance to families relocating and experiencing exactly what I had gone through. After a year, I decided to make it a full time career and become a licensed REALTOR®. I am here to make the home buying process seamless with my team of experts. Call anytime without obligation. I am ready to work for you today!

Latest Blog Posts

Mortgage Rates Fall

Mortgage Rates Fall After Increasing for Three Straight WeeksBy Jacob Passy | Nov 7, 2019 kali9/iStockMortgage rates dropped in the past week after rising in six of the last nine

Read More

How Does The Supply Of Homes For Sale Impact Buyer Demand

How Does the Supply of Homes for Sale Impact Buyer Demand? 1.7KSHARES 1.4K 87 35 126 The price of any item is determined by supply, as well as the market’s demand for

Read More

Title Insurance What You Need To Know

6 Crucial Questions to Ask a Title Insurance ProviderBy Daniel Bortz | Nov 11, 2019 alexskopje/iStockShopping for title insurance may not be the most thrilling step in buying a,

Read More

A Brief History Of Veterans Day

Veterans Daygives Americans the opportunity to celebrate the bravery and sacrifice of all U.S. veterans. However, most Americans confuse this holiday with Memorial Day, reports theDepartment of

Read More