Congratulations, Jane, on winning The William Prescott Allen Award - 2012
A cut above the rest..
The Wall Street Journal ranked the Jane Fairweather Team as #1 in Montgomery County, #2 in Maryland and #39 Nationwide in The 2011 Top 1,000. A 30 yr. veteran of the business, Jane Fairweather is a pillar in the Maryland Real Estate community. Together with her team of highly specialized assistants and buyer agents, Jane sells an average of 170-190 homes per year. She has been named the # 1 Coldwell Banker agent in the Washington Metropolitan Area for 10 years. Jane has consistently ranked among the Top Coldwell Banker agents in the nation since 1998. Jane career sales currently exceed 1 billion dollars.
Jane is a graduate of Leadership Montgomery (2009). She currently serves on Montgomery County Executive Isaiah Leggett’s Economic Advisory Council and was invited by Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot to testify in Annapolis in September 2008 on the state of the real estate market. Jane has given a residential real estate “State of the Market” speech at the Bethesda/Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce’s Real Estate Update Presentation for the last 5 years.
What makes Jane Fairweather such an expert?
Jane is considered an expert in the Washington Metro Area real estate market by the local media. She often appears on CNBC and Fox 5 News and is frequently quoted in the Washington Post Real Estate section, in Bethesda magazine articles, in Realtor Magazine, and the in Washington Business Journal, amongst others.
In addition to her extraordinary resume, Jane Fairweather also plays an active role in the community through her association with such local organizations as the Rotary Club, the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Chamber of Commerce, and the BCC Rescue Squad. Along with her husband David, Jane Fairweather also runs various programs to benefit the local community, among them the Jane Fairweather Community Service Scholarship Award. Every year this community service achievement award is presented to one student from each of the three Bethesda area high schools.
For 11 years, Jane has mentored a young girl from Nigeria (whose family fled during the oil wars in their country.) Jane considers it a very rewarding experience to play a positive role in a growing child’s life.
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