Asheville REALTOR®, Jennifer Goodier has spent her summers vacationing in Mills River, NC (near the Asheville Airport) at her family farm since 1968. Her family gathered there every year and Western North Carolina became very special to her. From Mills River, they made frequent trips to Asheville and Hendersonville to shop and dine. She remembers the drive home at night was often delayed by cows that had journeyed into the road from the nearby dairy. Those were the same cows she frequently visited with her grandfather because the farmer rented the pasture at her family farm.
Born in Florida, she spent her formative years in the Orlando area, graduating from Winter Park High School in 1986. She has also lived in Texas, Kentucky and Los Angeles for short periods of time.
In 1996, she decided to make Mills River her home. Shortly after settling in, Jennifer became a massage therapist and performed mobile massage traveling all over Asheville and Western North Carolina serving her clients. She continued her massage career for 17 years specializing in deep tissue massage. During that time, she also chose to make website and graphic design, specializing in (SEO) search engine optimization and marketing her second career.
Jennifer has enjoyed watching Asheville grow over the years. She's seen a lot of change in downtown where once boarded up storefronts have opened with new businesses that enjoy a constant tourism market. Asheville has become a bustling town now and the influx of people from all over the country have enhanced Asheville’s rich culture and friendly community.
North Asheville Resident:
Since 2008, Jennifer has lived in North Asheville in one of the most coveted neighborhoods, Lookout Valley which has easy access to hwy 19-23/26 and Merrimon Ave. It also backs up to the UNCA trails. It only has access by Red Oak Rd which provides a safe neighborhood for families. Truly a unique neighborhood, Lookout Valley has even prompted people to make professional signs urging residents to call a phone number when a home is for rent.
Asheville REALTOR®, Jennifer Goodier, became a real estate agent because she felt her love for helping people, her experience with online marketing and home remodeling all pointed to her career as an agent. Part of her history as an agent was overseeing the on-boarding of new agents or transitioning agents into a large, local real estate firm. She helped many agents in their transactions and oversaw the technical programs and marketing for the agency as well.
It was from that experience that she decided to open her own company, Divitia Realty. She feels an intense desire to overcome the stigma that has been placed on real estate agents by providing better experiences in buying and selling property through top notch communication and education.
Over the years, she has nurtured many relationships with expert tradesmen, contractors, architects and mortgage brokers in the area to help you along your journey.
Call Jennifer Goodier to assist you in finding your home, investment property or commercial development.
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