With an unmatched level of creativity and a keen understanding of finance and negotiations, REALTOR®/Broker Jennifer Saarbach provides each of her clients with superior service and an in-depth knowledge of Charlotte.
Born and raised in Weston, Mass., Jen attended Princeton University, where she graduated with degrees in English and Art History. Soon after, she landed on Wall Street to pursue a career in Institutional Rates Sales. Seven years later, she and her husband moved to Charlotte, where they were involved in several home purchases on behalf of family members (and eventually for themselves). During that time, Jen researched each Charlotte neighborhood block-by-block, discovering the community’s hidden gems and ultimately her true passion: real estate.
Now a full time real estate agent, Jen loves helping her clients, both here in the Queen City and around the world via Dickens Mitchener’s global network. “Charlotte is so unique in the way it combines the culture and diversity of a major city with the intimacy and friendliness of a small town,” she explains. She also is highly skilled in assisting transferees with their relocations to Charlotte. As a New York City transplant, Jen understands the stresses and challenges clients face when embarking on an out of state home search, and leverages her own experience to ensure a seamless transition.
Jen currently lives in Myers Park, and specializes in all of Charlotte’s most sought-after inner city neighborhoods including South End, Uptown, Dilworth, Eastover, South Park, Cotswold, NoDa, Plaza Midwood, Elizabeth and Chantilly.
When she isn’t selling real estate, Jen enjoys volunteering, exercising and spending time with her husband, her two sons, and her dog. She is also authoring a children’s book series in her spare time.
- Licensed Realtor®/Broker in North Carolina
- Carolina Multiple Listing Services
- Charlotte Regional Realtor® Association
- National Association of Realtors®
- Member of the Junior League of Charlotte
- Member of the Princeton Young Alumni Association