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Jessica’s journey into real estate was fate, she says. Beginning her career as a laborer on remodeling projects, Jessica soon found herself helping her grandmother choose custom home features and house plans. Not long after, she started managing the office at Newberg Realty; it was there that she realized her passion for “home”. Jessica spent nearly three years at Newberg Realty, then another three years managing the office of Coldwell Banker Executive Realty where she fell in love with the brand. In 2006, Jessica earned her real estate license and began practicing real estate at Coldwell Banker Professional Group.

Jessica helps both buyers and sellers as they navigate the often confusing and always complex world of real estate. Because there are so many misconceptions about buying and selling property, Jessica enjoys educating her clients about the details of the biggest investment they’ll ever make. She also likes shepherding her clients through the entire process, from valuing property and showing homes to explaining disclosure documents and negotiating both traditional and short sales or foreclosures. In addition to her real estate broker’s license, Jessica has been a three consecutive year earner of Coldwell Banker’s Sterling Society award, and is the 2014-2015 immediate past-president of the Yamhill County Association of Realtors®, where she previously served as president (2012-2013) and treasurer (2009-2011). In June of 2014, Jessica was named the Yamhill County Association of REALTORS® REALTOR of the Year. She is a member of both the Oregon Association of REALTORS® and the National Association of REALTORS®. Jessica is also a certified NAR® Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR), an EarthAdvantage Broker and a Certified Negotiation Specialist (CNS). 

Outside of real estate Jessica enjoys being involved in the community, she is most passionate about the health, safety and well being of children in foster care. She has served on the board of Yamhill County Court Appointed Special Advocates and is a current board member of the Oregon Judicial Department’s Citizen Review Board which reviews cases of children in foster care. For a few years she was a major sponsor of McMinnville’s Biggest Turkey fundraising contest. She has also served as a high school ASPIRE mentor, shelving books and being a SMART reader at a local elementary school, Jessica is excited for the future of local students.

Jessica is a step-mother to a smarty-pants, pre-nager and wife to Jay. They enjoy spending time with extended family especially outdoors as well as camping, fishing, hiking, sightseeing, traveling, and snowshoeing.