Born and raised in Vancouver but living in the GTA since 1999, Jennifer decided to pursue her passion for real estate in 2006 and hasn't looked back since! She prides herself on taking the time to understand her client's goals and dreams and doing whatever it takes to help them achieve them. She knows the emotions and stresses that can come along with buying and selling your home and her goal is to make every transaction as smooth, happy and stress-free as possible for her clients. With strong negotiation skills and a comprehensive background in marketing and technology, Jennifer brings a balanced approach to all her real estate transactions and feels honoured to be involved in such a big part of her client's lives.
In her downtime, you will find Jen at baseball diamonds and arenas across Ontario and the States supporting and cheering on her son with all of his AAA endeavours. She's actively involved in the community and is proud to call South Mississauga her home.
What brings you the greatest joy?
Watching my son grow into a great young man and develop a love and passion for sports. Growing up I played so many and am a firm believer of the amazing life skills they teach and incredible memories they give you. Watching him do that same truly warms my heart and soul.
What is your perfect pizza?
Hawaiian. That's right! I'm one of those people who love pineapple on my pizza ;o)
Mountains or Beach?
Beach. Nothing can beat the sound of the ocean, the heat of sun on my skin and the feeling of the sand between my toes. Family, friends and a nice cold beer is the ultimate in relaxation and happiness for me.
What do you love about South Mississauga?
I love everything about it! The small community feel in the neighbourhoods, the character in the homes and large properties, the proximity to the Lake, the convenience of the shops and restaurants and the quick access to downtown and the airport is why I am proud to call it home.
On a scale of 1/10, how strict are your parents?
It felt like a 10 growing up, but looking back now it was probably an 8. I had a rope they gave me and it was up to me to keep my rope and freedom with my actions and choices. There was no going out without them knowing where I was or who I was with but now as an adult and parent I completely respect, understand and thank them for the fundamentals and judgement they were helping me develop.