Who Am I…



Being in real estate for over 15 years as an appraiser and an agent, I’ve witnessed the challenges faced by buyers and sellers in up and down markets.  This insight is an asset in understanding all the factors that impact the value of a property.

I have a proven track record of success with my clients…from challenging real estate transactions like short-sales, helping explain the basics to first time home-buyers, and then going through a custom new-build process.   My clients can often hear me exclaim when we walk into a home: “Look at that 4-piece crown-molding”, “Those are some nice dovetail drawers in the kitchen” and even “Only a 2,000 square foot home and it has 2-zone heating!”  It’s about the small stuff, in the home, and in the agent.

I combine my proven real estate, internet marketing techniques, photography skills, my valuation beginnings, and my thirst for knowledge to make sure my clients are ahead of the curve.  This is so you can make the right decision for yourself and your family, in selling your home, or buying your dream house.

When somebody loves what they do, it is not a chore, and it doesn’t feel like work.  You’ll see what it’s like to work with somebody who is as excited as you about your next home.

I AM your advocate in the real estate process.

-Jennifer Cote – Everything Real Estate



My interests run from green building, construction, unique homes, creative subdivisions, city and land planning.


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2 thoughts on “Who Am I…

  1. Hello, Jen I’m writing you because you posted a piece on dirt-roads and their effect on property value. Then I noticed that you’re from New Hampshire. A little about me. I went to Keene State and really like the New Hampshire area. I am also currently in the process of becoming an air traffic controller, that if I’m lucky will place my job location in Nashua.
    In preparation for this I have been looking at properties north of Nashua to get a feel for what is on the market up there. I have found that I prefer dirt roads, and one property caught my eye, it is fairly remote (a huge selling point for me), and located on a class 6 dirt road. However, people posted in response to your dirt road post that these roads are not maintained in the winter. Does this mean they do not plow or perform any type of snow removal on these roads? I only ask as missing work due to poor road conditions(if I am selected for the position) would not be an option for me.

    Your input would be greatly appreciated. Phil

    • Hi Phil,
      Great questions! If the property is on a class 6 road typically it means you would have to take care of the road maintenance yourself…invest in a truck with a plow for example. If there are neighbors on the road you can share this responsibility with them, maybe they have a plow and you can help by offering to pay something. This does limit the marketability as it’s not the norm, even if it was on a publicly maintained “dirt” road there are people who would pass it by in their real estate search.

      Let me know if you need any help,

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