Lewis and Amber Barton are the proud parents of four children. Together they enjoy snow skiing, water skiing, soccer and camping.
If you or someone you know is considering a move, call Lewis. He is enthusiastic and dedicated to serving you to ensure your best interest is upheld throughout the entire Real Estate transaction. Lewis specializes in selling residential homes and investment properties in Utah County. Read below why Lewis’ business comes through past clients and referrals and how his professional representation will benefit you.
Lewis graduated from the University of Utah and has been a licensed Realtor since 2000. In 2004 he completed additional schooling and all the professional requirements to receive his Utah Real Estate Broker’s License (# 5487495-PB00). Lewis has always continued learning and stays abreast of current market trends, conditions and statistics. Some of his awards and designations include Top of the Rock Club, Presidents Club, Executive Club, Utah County Real Estate Association Master Realtor, Accredited Buyer Representative, Short Sale Specialist, Certified Negotiation Expert and Associate Broker. Lewis’ formal education will ensure that the entire real estate transaction is executed properly and legally. This will keep you out of the court room from any misinformation, improper forms, illegal activities and accidental mistakes.
Throughout his career Lewis has helped hundreds of clients buy and sell homes. In fact in just the last two years he has sold nearly $20 million dollars of Real Estate, ranking him in the top 1% of Real Estate agents both locally and nationally! Having helped this number of clients through the buying and selling process, there are few problems that arise that Lewis does not know a sensible solution for. His experience and expertise will definitely help you have the smoothest transaction possible.
TRUE CLIENT COMMITMENT
Client commitment is difficult to document but is the most important ingredient to client satisfaction and a successful Real Estate career. It is a characteristic not quantifiable, yet it is clearly obvious to a client when their agent is fully committed to them or not. True Client Commitment is made up from: 1 – Integrity, 2 – Ethics, and 3 – the fulfillment of the Realtor’s Fiduciary Duty. Lewis was taught Integrity by his father, Ed Barton, from a very young age by always trying to do what is right, putting the needs of others before his own and by always doing what you say you’ll do. Lewis has consistently demonstrated his integrity throughout his entire life. Lewis also adheres to a high Code of Ethics. In fact, he was appointed by the President of the Utah County Association of Realtors to a special Board to help other Realtors practice Real Estate more ethically. A Realtors Fiduciary Duty means that he always puts his client’s best interest first, 100% of the time! Lewis has integrity, acts ethically and takes his fiduciary duty seriously. He firmly believes that failure to put his client’s best interest first would compromise his client’s trust and would quickly result in a failing career. In an effort to enhance his Client Commitment, he does two very important things in every real estate transaction: first, have consistent open and honest communication with his clients throughout the entire home buying or selling process and second, at the conclusion of each transaction he gives the clients a Service Survey and asks for feedback on his performance as their Real Estate advocate. You’ll be happy to know that all of the surveys come back with positive feedback and glowing remarks. You can read many of the comments on his Testimonials page. Lewis is a true professional. As a client, there will not be any doubt that Lewis is 100% committed to you and will always look out for your best interest.
To earn client loyalty is the highest achievement obtainable in Lewis’ real estate career and his number one goal in every transaction. Because of this commitment, Lewis is pleased to report that 100% of his business comes from past clients, referrals and close acquaintances.