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Jennie Grant
Broker

Jennie Grant

Broker
Direct:
Office:
Seattle-Mount Baker

Seattle is an incredibly exciting place to work in real estate. Every neighborhood has its own character, and there are craftsmen, midcentury-moderns, tudors, four-squares, contemporaries, and the list goes on. My strength as a real estate broker is combining a knowledge of Seattle housing types and neighborhoods with the ability to listen and draw out from my clients what they want in a home beyond the basics of size and amenities. I approach my job as a broker as that of a consultant and educator. I explain the many steps of the buying and selling process and provide my clients with what they need to know to make informed decisions.

Experience and Education:

I began selling real estate in Seattle in 1996 and left in 2000 to be a stay-at-home mom and operate a small business providing marketing services for real estate brokers. I went back to working as a real estate broker at the beginning of 2015. It's been fascinating to see how the industry has changed over the last 20 years.

Personal:

During my years away from real estate I founded the Goat Justice League, a community organization that successfully lobbied to change Seattle’s zoning laws to allow small goats. Today I maintain a backyard farm in Madrona that includes two mini-dairy goats, three hens, a turkey, one working cat, and a pug dog. I’ve even written a book, City Goats, about my life as an urban goat herd. It was published by Mountaineers’ Books in 2012. I live in the Madrona neighborhood with my husband and teenage son.

Sample Mortgage Rates

For 11/14/2018

30 Year Fixed
5.25%
15 Year Fixed
5.0%
5/1 ARM
4.25%

For general informational purposes only. Actual rates available to you will depend on many factors including lender, income, credit, location, and property value. Contact a mortgage broker to find out what programs are available to you.

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