Jennifer Barnes

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Jennifer has been active in the Atlanta residential real estate market since 1990. With their energy,enthusiasm, experience and expertise, Jennifer and her team have helped many buyers and sellers move in, out and all around the Metro Atlanta area. She has been with Keller Williams Realty since 1999 as one of the charter members of the first Sandy Springs office. She has been instrumental in opening 12 Keller Williams offices in Metro Atlanta and Birmingham, Alabama.

Even after 20 something years, Jennifer still loves “the thrill of the chase”, “the art of the deal” and those “little chill bumps you get when you know it’s the perfect house”. She loves helping clients move to the next stage of their life, create personal wealth and making purposeful life decisions as it relates to their family’s future. She loves the vision of what it takes to make a house a home. She just wants to help.

Jennifer is an active member of the High Point Community, serving on the Board of the High Point Civic Association, and volunteers with the elementary school. She is on the Board of Directors and instructs at Every Woman Works, a Sandy Springs non-profit that retrains disadvantaged women to enter the workplace. She is also on the Board of Hello Hope, a non-profit that shares stories and resources for families with children with medical adversity. Jennifer is also very active with her alma mater, Agnes Scott College where she volunteers with fundraising. She is an active volunteer at her son’s school, Jacob’s Ladder, in Roswell.

Jennifer is married to a wonderful man Tim, who is in the mortgage industry. They have a son Jackson and a dog, Coach. In an effort to “find a hobby outside real estate”, Jennifer has taken up tennis. She also loves travel, parties, Pinterest and just hanging out with her family and friends.

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