Jennifer has had an interest in real estate since she and her husband purchased their first property in their mid-twenties - since then they have bought and sold multiple properties. She believes that home is an integral part of a lifestyle - “it’s where we live with our loved ones and create a future.” Her mission is to help people cultivate the lifestyles they want through real estate guidance. Jennifer promotes her clients’ best interests by listening to their wants and needs and ensuring they obtain the best conditions for the best price. As a Master’s graduate from the University of Toronto, Jennifer loves researching information and enjoys discovering solutions. She always ensures paperwork is completed diligently and always offers compassion when making the exciting decision to purchase or sell real estate.
As a resident of Stoney Creek, Jennifer enjoys running by the lake and hiking with her family. When not supporting her clients, you will find Jennifer playing with her son, hanging out by the water, or trying new restaurants with her family.
Specialties: Accessibility and Disabilities
Service Areas: Lincoln, Fort Erie, Niagara Falls, Port Colborne, Welland, Pelham, Grimsby, Niagara-on-the-Lake, St. Catharines
Q. What do you like to do in your spare time?
A. I love going for runs along the lakeside or hiking in the escarpment trails. I also love enjoying a meal with my family filled with delicious food and with good conversation.
Q. Where is your favorite place to travel to and why?
A. Hong Kong! The perfect mix of the hustle and bustle of a big city and the tranquility of zen temples and gardens.
Q. What makes you laugh?
A. My one-year-old son! His curiosity and determination always make me laugh. My husband is a close second.
Q. What was the last job you had before becoming a full-time Realtor?
A. Before becoming a Realtor I was a college professor. I love helping people understand concepts and meet their goals. I am also a life-long learner.
Q. What is your favorite quote?
A."Replace your judgments with empathy, upgrade your complaining to gratitude, and trade in your fear for love." - Hal Elrod