San Antonio is a VIBRANT city filled with culture and history. From the Riverwalk, a plethora of museums, and theme parks, there truly is something for everyone. I knew that I would make this my home from the first moment I set foot here.
Born and raised in the Rio Grande Valley, I moved to San Antonio in 2002 right after graduating from high school. I chose the Northside of town because it allowed me to be in close proximity to school and family. Both my sisters had already moved here and I wanted to be close to them because family is important to me.
I graduated with an Associates degree in Photography and a Bachelors degree in Communications. I married my High School sweetheart and then began working as a Corporate Trainer for three years before my husband and I decided that staying home with our baby was the best fit for our family at the time. My husband and I now have two amazing boys, Xander, 5 and Axel, 2. We also have two dogs, Fifi 12, and Gaston, 1 and a cat, Kitty Gato, 10.
My family and I love the outdoors, whether it be hiking the hill country, skiing the slopes in Colorado in the winter or simply running in my neighborhood. My passion for photography also provides me the gift of documenting the growth of my boys and my fur babies in great detail.
Prior to deciding to come back to work, I researched the real estate industry and on the advice of members of my family and of my community, I excitedly decided to take the plunge into this amazing world. I love helping people especially during monumental moments such as these. Buying, selling or leasing a home can be one of the most exhilarating and simultaneously exhausting experiences of your life. So let me take the reins and make the ride more exhilarating for you and your family.
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Extremely satisfied with Jeanette. She was very personable and responsive to my needs even after the deal was closed. I highly recommend her. Thankful very much Jeanette. – Todd Ferguson