• Janet Hensley Knoxville Tennessee Real Estate
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  • Waterfront Property Specialist
    New Construction Expert from Land to Builders
    Expert in Luxury Home Sales
    Dedicated to Service and Communication
    Works with Buyers and Sellers in All Price Brackets
    Representation Second to None
    Knowledge & Experience
    Reputation for Professionalism & Integrity
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    Welcome and thank you for visiting my website, your online resource for a wide range of Real Estate needs in Knoxville, Tennessee and the surrounding areas. Here you can search for homes or land, request a Comparative Marketing Analysis on your current home, check local schools and look into the community and the area’s activities & attractions. I sincerely hope you find this site useful for learning all you need to know about Knoxville.

    A native of North Wales, United Kingdom, Janet has raised her family in Knoxville relocating over 20 years ago. Janet has been a full time Real Estate Agent for 18 years, specializing in single family homes, water & lakefront properties, golf course communities, new construction, land, and condos, villas and townhomes.

    Janet is extremely knowledgeable in the Knoxville area real estate, working with many relocation buyers moving to Knoxville, Farragut, Maryville, Louisville & Lenoir City. She has a strong reputation of professionalism and integrity and provides a high level of personal attention and customer service.

    When you trust in Janet as your real estate expert, expect a professional partner who values communication and provides honest answers to your questions and concerns. She will represent your interests with dedication and commitment and will calmly arrive at your desired results.



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