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Todd Barker

Your Key Partners in Real Estate

Jenna Ash, Sales Representative

Jenna joined The Preferred Pair Team in 2019 and is a Sales Representative with a wide range of Real Estate experience and knowledge. Building the highest standard of client experience and service has always been her top priority.

After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from York University, she graduated with Honours from Seneca College for their Real Property Assessment/Appraisal program, interning at Cushman and Wakefield. She also completed the Certified Staging Professional intensive program in Ottawa, with great success, receiving the Staging Ingenuity Award.

Jenna is an honours graduate from Humber College in their Real Estate Salesperson Program.

She grew up in York Region and moved to Milton over 5 years ago, but you'd think she lived in Halton her whole life because of her love for the area. Jenna takes full advantage of the beautiful escarpment, spending lots of time hiking at the various Halton Conservation Parks. She also enjoys yoga, gardening, and spending time with her boyfriend, friends and family.

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