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Jennifer Smith


Jennifer has been a resident of New Mexico for over 30 years living in both Albuquerque and also surrounding areas, Rio Rancho and Cedar Crest. She considers the Land of Enchantment the perfect place to live because of the beautiful skies, mountains, perfect climate, great people, and great food!

Jennifer has been in the home business on the construction side since 2007 and has an extensive background in sales and marketing. In addition to real estate services, she is also a certified architectural color consultant and decorator and brings those skills and her eye for aesthetics to help her clients with the buying or selling of their homes. Jennifer’s passion is helping all her clients create their highest quality of life, making a house a home and sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of life.


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