Jane was an absolutely fantastic agent to work with, I would highly recommend her. She comes with decades of detailed knowledge on the area, and perhaps more importantly, she strives to understand your needs as a buyer. She was never pushy, and always did whatever was needed to help me find the right home for my family. She went above and beyond, you'd be lucky to have her as your agent.
- V C Perc
Jane is by far the best realtor our family has ever come across.
The transaction was for a small condo outside of our area.
She did an outsanding job of negotiating the price. Jane provided us with names for lawyers, home inspectors and repair companies when issues arose. She even personally met with the home inspector, condo manager and window repair person.
This deal had issues but you would have never guessed it as Jane worked through any problems. When we did close it was very smooth thanks to Jane's efforts and the lawyers she gave us.
If you are looking for a realtor that is honest, kind, and knowledgeable you found her and her name is Jane McClelland.
Thank you Jane. You deserve ten stars not five!!!
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