There should be a photo of Justin Kelcourse when you look up the definition of fiduciary responsibility. He is a perfect example of an agent who takes the agency relationship to heart. He absolutely represents the best interests of his clients. Justin helped my wife and I find our first home. We had been married for about a year and felt that we had waited patiently for the right timing. We were going to be patient after we started looking as well; with determination to find the right home for us and most importantly, we felt, find a good deal. We were upfront with Justin about our strategies and he did his part to help us achieve our goals. Prior to beginning our search for a home my opinion of Realtors in general was rather low. They tend to make me think of used car salesman. A good friend in the real estate business explained that a realtor is a necessary evil in the buying process. We were very lucky to have stumbled upon Justin. The amount of work that Justin did for us over the fourteen months of looking for homes was a large load. We made offers on six homes. Some offers were obnoxiously low. Justin did offer his opinion about the market price but never once tried to convince us that we should make a higher or different offer. He showed great patience and knowledge, working diligently to provide us with all vital information. Eventually we found just the right home and the right deal for us. When looking at a lot of homes, you meet a lot of realtors. I must say that my opinion of realtors in general is about the same. There are diamonds in the rough however and Justin Kelcourse is one of these. I would recommend his services to friends, family, or strangers. I know they will be treated and served well and most importantly have their best interests represented.