Future Generations, a longtime baby goods store in downtown Grass Valley owned by Nevada County Supervisor Dan Miller and his wife, Roxanne, is up for sale, according to a real estate listing. And the listing agent is none other than Jim Hemig, the former publisher of The Union, who now works at his dad’s real estate business in Truckee.
The asking price is $27,500. “Inventory not included in sales price. Buyer to purchase inventory at cost on close of escrow. Estimated inventory at $60,000,” the listing adds.
Business Opportunity Brokers is an affiliate of Dickson Realty in Truckee. Jim is on the team.
“I love working with people,” according to Jim. “Connecting buyers and sellers is the best part of my real estate career. Face-to-face, or by email and phone, I enjoy keeping buyers and sellers up-to-date with timely and accurate information. I believe maintaining the highest integrity possible is paramount for a successful real estate professional. My goal is to live that each day.”
Jim also is a former board member of the Grass Valley Downtown Association.