Jody Bettger Huber
Jody Bettger Huber
Office: (701) 258-1213
Email: Email Me
Website: Visit My Website

Jody was born and raised in Mandan ND, graduating from University of Mary and UND. She lives in Bismarck with her husband Elroy, a retired National Guardsman.  Over the years she has gained experience in selling and purchasing residential homes as well as investment properties, creating a passion for homeownership and a desire to be the best REALTOR for others.  

With years of providing support and services to families in the nonprofit world, Jody brings knowledge and experience in community relations, management and customer service. She strives to demonstrate a high level of integrity taking time to listen and learn about the needs and wishes of clients. Jody is known for her hard work, availability and determination applying these same qualities with clients of Hometown Realty to make every real estate transaction a PLEASURABLE experience.

When not enjoying her work, you will find Jody enjoying her grandchildren, shopping at Hobby Lobby, Barnes and Nobles and attending Bobcat Hockey games with her dad.

Whether you are looking to buy and/or sell a home, commercial property or investment property, you can count on her to take the necessary steps to “turn your house into a HOME”, making your interests a priority.  Are you ready to take YOUR first step?  Call Jody at Hometown Realty 701.258-1213 or her cell 701.220.8883. 

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