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Wendy Jansky

Austin Realtor Wendy Jansky Wendy is not originally from Austin but after graduating from college she got here as fast as she could. With Austin offering such a fantastic spectrum of jobs, people, lifestyles, music and opportunity she can’t think of a better city in which to live and work. Her background in sales within the hospitality industry provided Wendy with a philosophy of sales rooted in the fundamental values of customer service. Because of this, real estate is more than just a sale to Wendy…it is often times an exciting adventure steeped in learning, triumph, and, of course, customer service. There is no better victory for Wendy than to see the joy on clients’ faces when their home purchase or sale is complete. She gets just as excited for them as she did when she made her first home purchase a few years ago! This business is a way of assisting in the start of a new chapter in people’s lives, and she’s ecstatic to be a part of that journey. When Wendy is not immersed in real estate, she spends her energy running, dancing (sometimes you’ll catch her dancing to the music in her head), gardening, enjoying red wine and micro-brewed beers, spending time with her animals or relaxing with friends and her partner of 9 years, Naji. If you’re ready to grab a hold of life and the excitement that can be found along the road to a real estate purchase, contact Austin Realtor Wendy!

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