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Janet McMahon has been a licensed real estate agent since 2009. She has been a Central Valley Association of Realtors Masters Club Member in 2013, 2015 & 2016 & served on the CVAR - Tracy council in 2013 & 2014. Janet also served on the Keller Williams of Tracy Agent Leadership group in 2013 & 2015 as well as volunteers for the Tracy Relay for Life and is co-founder of the Caring Hearts of the Central Valley non-profit organization.
While working with homeowners, Janet excels at marketing the property to sell in a very timely manner. When working with homeowners in selling their home, she believes that communication is the most important aspect during the process. Janet's clients often comment that she always answers her phone or replies to their text messages/emails quickly. Communication is key!
Buying a home can be an overwhelming proposition, but Janet helps home buyers by consistently communication throughout the entire home buying process. When you hire Janet as your REALTOR, that means that you will be educated and informed.
When you are ready to work with a real estate agent that offers both honesty & integrity as well as over 8 years of real estate experience and 27 years of sales experience call Janet at 925-413-9790. Consultations are always free!
How to find a positive, helpful partner for buying or selling a home:
- Choose an agent that listens to your needs
- Use innovative marketing strategies
- Familiar with the area and community
- Ability to target home searches
- Strong negotiation skills
- Assistance through the entire transaction and beyond
Helping YOU make the RIGHT move!
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