GOOD FOR YOU: Former Water Valley resident ranked among best Realtors in Weld, Larimer counties
February 14, 2015
A native of Kansas City, Mo., RE/MAX Broker Associate Jeanette Meyer fell in love with northern Colorado in 1996 and moved to Windsor in 2012.
Meyer works for Meyer and Associates at RE/MAX Alliance serving Larimer and Weld counties.
The good-natured, small-town culture drew her into her Water Valley home on Habitat Lake and helped fuel her desire to serve the community in their home buying process, she said.
"I love Windsor," she said. "We just fell in love with it. We loved the ambiance and the people and the small town feeling a lot."
It was this dedication to the people in the community that contributed to Meyer's ranking in the top 10 percent of northern Colorado Realtors in 2014.
She ranked in the top 10 percent of 902 real estate brokers in Larimer County and in the top 9 percent of residential brokers from 1,450 Realtors in the combined counties.
Rankings are based on the value of closed residential real estate transactions.
In addition to her ranking in the top percentile in the counties, Meyer has received top ratings as a Quality Service Certified Broker since 2006.
The award is based on clients' experience with her as a broker during the buying and selling process, she said.
The year marks her 14th as a residential Realtor serving Fort Collins, Loveland, Windsor, Wellington, Severance, Eaton and the surrounding areas.
During her time in Windsor, Meyer said she enjoyed seeing her friends and fellow community members around town at local businesses.
"King Soopers was our community center," she said. "We'd go in to see people and, as an aside, get some shopping done."
The personnel connections she made with her clients and their willingness to refer her to friends, family and colleagues provided her with the best marketing she could ask for, she said.
"It's so great to have people come to you that you already know," she said. "Especially when they have enough confidence to risk their personal reputation to refer me."
Though she moved to Fort Collins so her 16-year-old son could walk to school at Fossil Ridge High School, Meyer hopes to continue to work and serve the Windsor and larger northern Colorado community, she said.
"I know northern Colorado, and I can bring that level of expertise when they're looking and selling so this is where I will stick," Meyer said.