Raised in a longtime real-estate family, Jennifer Merritt has been touring properties since childhood. After earning her Bachelor of Science degree in psychobiology from UCLA and a master’s degree in clinical psychology from Pepperdine University, Jennifer had a successful career in counseling and the mental-health services. Her work as a counselor honed her exceptional skills in listening, communication, problem-solving and helping others reach their goals. During that time, she concurrently served as a property manager for her family’s large portfolio of real estate in the Los Angeles area.
It was a natural progression for Jennifer to establish herself as a full-time real-estate agent in 2007. She has been helping her clients — as if they were her own family — since. She is a passionate advocate of home ownership and building wealth through real estate. She prides herself in working with sophisticated clients and knows that real estate is all about them. She also knows that being a real-estate agent is about building relationships and understanding and meeting her client’s short- and long-term needs. She brings an innovative perspective to the Dallas real-estate market and provides countless benefits to her clients, including outstanding professionalism and ethics; operating at the forefront of real-estate technology; proactive communication and rapid responses; ongoing transaction management and follow-up; and powerful marketing and negotiating skills. Jennifer understands that a real-estate purchase or sale is typically one of the largest transactions in which you will engage. In working with her, you can expect the utmost attention and receive the care you deserve.
In 2016, Jennifer relocated from Los Angeles to Dallas with her husband, who is with Toyota, and their young son. She is thrilled to call North Dallas home.
“She truly treats the transaction as if she were buying or selling her own home. This is the biggest compliment you can give a real estate agent, because it’s so rare. But with Jennifer, it’s completely true.” —Ian and Gita