BY RYAN SPELTS
Blake Cevering had a strange hobby as a teenager. He would get up every Saturday morning and head directly to the mailbox to get the newspaper. He would then pour over the real estate listings, looking at all the homes that were for sale. He had a sense back then of what houses were worth in the area and had a dream of one day owning his own real estate brokerage.
Blake worked as a seminary and institute teacher for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (including at Fremont Seminary from 2003-2009) and sold real estate part time. After 27 years of teaching, he was able to retire and move into full-time real estate sales. He opened his own brokerage in March of 2020.
Blake can help clients buy or sell any property (residential homes, lots, and commercial properties). Blake says there are four reasons that make him the choice for sellers: 1) I have lived in the area all of my life…I know the Weber County real estate market; 2) I believe that professional fees should be negotiable…I WANT my sellers to have more of their equity; 3) I have a background in marketing and know how to make your property sell; 4) I am not a one sale and done realtor. I really do care about my clients and make consistent efforts to stay friends for years!
Blake speaks very fondly of the men and women who have chosen to work with him in his brokerage. His goal is to help mentor and coach his agents into success. “I help them with advertising by using magazines such as this so that people know who works for me. Each of my agents are tried-and-true and professional in every way…you could not go wrong hiring any one of my realtors to help you with your real estate transaction.”