Jennifer Kitchen

REALTOR®

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About Jennifer Kitchen

What Does Home Mean to You? To me, there is nothing more important than home. Home is where first steps are taken, meals are shared, and holidays are celebrated. Home is a place where friends and family are always welcome and a place where you are free to be yourself. Home is a place where tears are shed, laughter is heard, and memories are made. Home is not just a place, but it’s also a feeling. My Background… I’ve been a Realtor for nearly six years and I absolutely love what I do. For me, real estate is not a job, but it’s a passion. I can’t imagine doing anything other than helping buyers and sellers with their most important and often emotional transaction–buying and selling their home. I earned my Bachelor’s Degree in Finance from Ohio University and later went on to receive my MBA with a focus in nonprofit management. Prior to beginning my real estate career, I worked in a few different capacities in the finance industry. Giving Back… I believe that each of us have the ability to make a difference in the world around us. From larger projects that impact many, to small gestures that mean a lot to just one person, I believe giving is what makes us great and we should all strive to be the best that we can and help others when we are able. I support a variety of charitable organizations, and donate a portion of my real estate sales earnings to local non-profit causes to help strengthen our community. Together we can give back. Together we can make a difference. Home. Your Dream. My Mission.

Latest Blog Posts

How Much Do You Know About Down Payments?

Whether you’ve owned a home before, or you’re ready to jump into homeownership for the first time, there are always a lot of questions swirling around about what is truly required for a

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Should You Fix Up Your House or Sell Now?

To Fix or Not to Fix Before Listing Your House?With the fall season upon us, change is in the air. For many families, children are growing up and moving out of the house, maybe leaving for college

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The Next Recession--When Will It Come and How Bad Will It Be?

Everybody Calm Down! This Is NOT 2008A question that I've been receiving frequently from my clients is... When is the next recession coming and how bad will it be for the housing industry? I thought

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7 Things Not to Do After Applying for a Mortgage

Things to Avoid After Applying for a MortgageCongratulations! You’ve found a home to buy and have applied for a mortgage! You're undoubtedly excited about the opportunity to decorate your new

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