Inclusive Marketing

Jen’s membership with Corcoran’s national and worldwide co-broker network means she has access to a wealth of information, including homes that may not be visible to other realtors yet.

Exceptional Service

From the moment you begin your search with Jen, she takes ownership of the entire process, managing every detail of the procedure, from search to qualification and organizing home tours.

Full-Speed Approach

Within minutes of any new listing in the Corcoran network, every Corcoran agent knows it’s on the market, including Jen. Jen’s professional network and ability to quickly navigate online channels makes her a valuable asset in your search for a new home.


Social Media Campaigns

Every day, Jen interacts with people all over the world through her company’s highly successful social media presence. Corcoran is the industry’s leader in social media, thanks to the company’s interaction with tens of thousands of people through Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Foursquare. Her online interactions with other home buyers and sellers will undoubtedly produce worthwhile leads.

libraryLuxury Market Leader

Corcoran boasts the largest market share in New York, the East End of Long Island and South Florida, making us the unsurpassed leader in the East Coast key luxury triangle. Corcoran is ranked as one of the top three luxury real estate brands in the country by The Luxury Institute and specifically recognized as the #1 brand consumers are willing to recommend.


statsUnrivaled Sales Success

Corcoran agents generate up to $18 billion in total company sales annually and average one home sale per hour. Jen is at the top of her field, recognized in 2011 by NRT as one of the Top 1,000 Sales Associates Nationwide. Her capabilities will help you find the perfect home for you.

heart2Compassion and Concern

Jen understands that buying a home is both emotional and personal. She is dedicated to finding the right property for each client, and takes the time to understand each buyer’s hopes and ambitions.

Thinking about buying?

Buying a home is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make in life. We’ll help to make the purchase of your home as easy as possible so you can Live Who You Are.

Should I buy a wood frame or concrete block home, and what about insurance?

Most of Florida’s residential exteriors are built using one of two structural methods: engineered frame wood construction or concrete block. Listing details should state whether the home is wood frame or concrete block. Both are acceptable construction in South Florida and offer different advantages. For instance, there is the potential for slightly higher maintenance with wood frame construction, however wood is much more energy efficient. Concrete block is better sound-proofed and more durable. Insurance cost is similar in both methods. Most properties in Florida, unless covered by a “blanket” condominium or townhouse policy, should be insured separately for windstorm damage.

Is the property homesteaded and will that affect my taxes?

Every person who owns and resides on real property in Florida on January 1 and makes the property their permanent residence is eligible to receive a homestead exemption up to $50,000. The first $25,000 applies to all property taxes, including school district taxes. The additional exemption up to $25,000 applies to the assessed value between $50,000 and $75,000 and only to non-school taxes. Ask the listing agent if the property is homesteaded, and for any information pertaining to taxes, as Florida real estate taxes are calculated differently than most areas of the country.

What are typical buyer’s closing costs?

Closing costs, including documentary stamp taxes on the deed, are a point of negotiation between the buyer and seller. The seller will be expected to pay the brokerage sales commission through his or her listing contract with a real estate office as well as title insurance and his attorney. The buyer will be expected to pay his or her own loan escrow items and pre-paid interest on a loan, as well as lender’s and attorney’s fees. In general, the buyer’s closing costs are typically 1.5% of the purchase price.
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