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Sales Representitve

Todd Barker

Your Key Partners in Real Estate

Jenna Ash

Jenna comes to The Preferred Pair team with a wide range of experience and knowledge. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts Degree from York University, she attended Seneca College for Real Property Assessment/Appraisal. She also completed the Canadian Staging Professional intensive program in Ottawa, with great success, receiving the Staging Ingenuity Award.

Currently Jenna is studying to become a Real Estate Salesperson through Humber College. 

As part of The Preferred Pair team, Jenna assists in all aspects of the Real Estate transaction process - from commencement to closing.  Jenna handles the client care duties; assembling of property packages, marketing, as well as, staging their listings.

As a Milton resident, Jenna takes full advantage of the beautiful escarpment, spending lots of time hiking at the various conservation areas. She also enjoys yoga, all things plant related and spending time with her spouse, friends and family.


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