Yvette Jones – Swanson is a Realtor, a Continuing Education Instructor (CE), a certified Military Relocation Professional (MRP), an Army Veteran, wife of retired Army Master Sergeant Steven Swanson. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Marketing/Public Relations and a Master’s Degree in Human Resource Development/Instructional Design. Yvette specializes in military relocation, first-time home buying, real-estate investing, and residential rentals consulting. Her relationship with veterans is the culmination of her natural progression in real estate. Subsequently, Yvette has been a full-time broker with Real People Realty since 2011, and she truly loves her work. This love began after she obtained her agent’s license in 1995 while working for the City of Chicago Licensing Single Room Occupancy (SROs), and she then went on to work as an Operations Manager, Property Manager, and Instructional Designer in the construction industry. Her passion for people is second-to-none, and therefore, furthers Yvette’s range in helping veterans , social workers, upper level management identify techniques to find suitable housing Yvette has also taken veterans them “from homeless to homeowner”. VetMentors, LLC educates on various services veterans’ who lie within the spectrum of homeless to homebuyers and are seeking to purchase investment properties are educated throughout the various processes. You can’t go wrong with Yvette Jones as your Educator, Realtor friend, and trusted professional!
Yvette has been educating veterans about homeownership since 2007. HUD/VASH participants have been slowly but surely moving on from assistance to homeowners.
She and her team of handpicked professionals have been conducting home buying, credit restoration, business start-up, and investment seminars since 2012 at various vet centers and local colleges in the Chicagoland area.
“I highly recommend Yvette Jones! She is caring, patient and always available to answer questions. Yvette Jones helped me and my family find our perfect home.”
“ Yvette puts personality, honor and compassion into the home buying experience. After a short time, my family and I felt closer to our realtor than we did to some family members.”