Quite simply, Jennifer HEARTS intown Atlanta. You can see it in her branding and on the faces of anyone she’s helped buy or sell a home. This heartfelt love for the urban lifestyle and the diverse community who lives here is what drives her—as a broker, advisor, problem solver, and neighborhood advocate. With Jennifer, business is personal: She believes in building and nurturing relationships and that authenticity, empathy, hard work and passion go farther than just completing transactions.
After 20 years and over 1,000 homes sold to date, Jennifer has come full circle in her real estate journey, returning to what she loves most—helping connect people to their special place in the city– as Associate Broker for Ansley Real Estate.
Prior to joining Ansley Real Estate, Jennifer was Broker/Owner of Nest Realty Atlanta, a boutique real estate brokerage focused on providing exceptional, customer-focused local service. Jennifer’s background also includes ten years as Broker/Team Leader for Intown Expert Realty. Jennifer has been a Full-time Professional REALTOR® since 2000 and has consistently ranked among the top producing RE/MAX and Coldwell Banker agents in Georgia. She has served on the Atlanta REALTORS® Association Board of Directors (2013-2014) and is a graduate of the Atlanta REALTORS® Association Leadership Development Class (2012). Jennifer is an Atlanta REALTORS® Association Million Dollar Club Lifetime Member and Phoenix Award Recipient. Her real estate expertise has been featured nationally in Inman News, The New York Times, and Better Homes and Gardens, as well as locally in The Atlanta Journal Constitution, Atlanta Business Chronicle, and Fox 5 News.
Jennifer’s heart for serving others is also apparent through her charitable support, including various volunteer positions with Trees Atlanta, Midtown Neighbors’ Association, Soccer in the Streets, Ahimsa House, Open Hand Atlanta, The Giving Kitchen, Enduring Hearts and Weloveatl. Jennifer received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from Stetson University.
Jennifer resides in a 110-year-old craftsman home in Midtown with her husband, Jonathan, daughter, Addison, and two adorable rescue pets, Honey and Mittens.