Jennifer Lee Lessard

Hi! My name is Jennifer Lessard and I look forward to the privilege of working with you to make your home buying or selling dreams a reality.

As a former Marketing Manager, I know how important a good first impression is. When I’m working to sell your home, I will help you with staging strategies for both listing photographs and to be “show ready” to present your home to potential buyers. I want buyers to fall in love with your home! Likewise, if I’m helping you to find your first, or next, home I will work side-by-side with you to find the right house for your needs.  I know the pressures that can come from both buying and selling a home. I pledge to work hard to help guide you through the process!

Let’s make it happen, together!

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