Beverly Jones, Client Success Advocate
Beverly Jones is from Utah County Utah and still currently resides there. She began her career in tax liens and real estate the old-fashioned way; digging through every county looking for lists of liens. Beverly purchased her first tax lien for just $1,000.00 and yielded $400.00 in interest. Since then, she has purchased many tax liens and deeds and even real estate. She has used her personal investing experience to better assist our clients and provide them with the tools they need to be successful.
Beverly Jones is currently employed as a Client Success Advocate here at ProSource Tax Liens. She has been involved in the tax lien and real estate industry for over 15 years and is our most tenured employee. Beverly has faithfully served our clients assisting them with TDA deadlines, portfolio reviews, foreclosure processes, and currently handles all Ohio legal and Connecticut Portfolios. Her dedication to our clients has been celebrated in several reviews, regarding her as attentive and knowledgeable of the ins and outs of the tax lien process.
“I love people and enjoy helping them along their path to success. I have made friends along the way and love the different people we work with. I love being a client success advocate.”
Beverly is amazing. She takes whatever time is necessary to walk you through the process of researching the liens. She has way more patience than me, she’s very knowledgeable & helpful through this tedious process of managing liens.
I’ve worked with Beverly. She is the best, hands down, when it comes to explaining the steps to take in processing a tax deed application. She walks you through the steps on anything that has to do with tax liens, making sure you understand the process. She reminds you of any possible fees or that you might end up with a property. There are no surprises working with her.
Beverly was very helpful and gave me useful contact information for several businesses to contact regarding getting my property ready to sell. This was a great help. Thanks Beverly.