Jacqui Komo Aurich grew up in Clemson, and graduated from DWD and Clemson University. From there, Jacqui went with her husband Charles to North Carolina for 10 years where she was AVP Marketing at Lexington State Bank, then moved to Hong Kong with her husband’s company. Against all grandparents’ wishes, they took their then 3 year old son Chris for a two year contract that quickly turned into 11 years – “we loved it!” Knowing all along family was waiting, and wanting to ensure their son could complete his 4 years of high school in one place, they were able to recently return to Clemson, where Jacqui became a licensed real estate agent while they were buying their own home here. Jacqui is eager to work with anyone who wants to become part of this amazing area or modify their own real estate dreams.
A Few Of Jacqui’s Satisfied Clients…
Work with Jacqui is certainly a pleasure. She helped us to find a house exactly what we are looking for. As a first time buyer, we were very nervous about buying a home. Jacqui couldn’t have made the process go any smoother. She is very knowledge, patient, and helpful in guiding us through the process. She took care of every detail cheerfully and professionally! I would strongly recommend Jacqui for buying or selling your home.
My family and I worked with Jacqui on our recent move from California to the Clemson area. She was incredibly helpful with all aspects of our home purchase and was more than willing to go out of her way to help with everything we needed (or didn’t even think about before hand). She had great recommendations for everything from inspectors, painters, lawn care, etc. which made the daunting task of remotely closing much easier to manage. She was both very professional and very friendly, I would recommend her for anyone looking to buy a home in the Clemson area.
I just wanted to write and let you know how appreciative I am of your help during my visit to Clemson. You went far above and beyond what I expected and really helped me to feel comfortable in the town. I don’t know if you could tell from my excitement, but you allowed me to really see myself living in the area. I have met a lot of nice people out here in Oklahoma, but it hasn’t quite been southern hospitality. Thanks again for loaning me your husband’s golf clubs!! That was too nice!