Jill Barsky, the “Pet Friendly Realtor – Finding Homes for People and Animals”

Home ownership has always been considered a major milestone and a significant part of achieving that great American dream. It signifies pride, stability, success and security. It means saying "Good-Bye" to Landlords and property managers and is the greatest investment one can make. As a Realtor, I realize the significance buying and selling a home is to you and your family and I have worked very hard to ensure the service I provide will get you everything you want out of the deal.

I have also built my business around my calling, helping animals in need. This is very important to me, I make no bones about it,  when you work with me you get a dedicated Realtor keenly focused on your needs who might just stop and save a dog in distress or a cat in a tree, but nevertheless I will do all I can to find you the home you want or sell your home for the price you need.

For me a house or an apartment becomes a home when you add one set of four legs, a happy tail, and that indescribable measure of love that we call a dog.
— Roger Caras

About MY Work

Jill’s devotion to animals is matched only by her commitment to serving her clients, who come to her because they know she will help them buy not just a house, but a lifelong home. “I don’t want someone to buy just to buy,” Jill explains. “I want them to be able to come home and say, “I love my home.” For me, it’s not about the money, it’s that feeling that it’s going to make someone happy. It’s the biggest investment of their lives.”

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About my passion

As a real estate agent who works at the beck and call of my clients, I carry all the usual tools of the trade—current listings, detailed maps, a cell phone, an appointment book, and of course some dog biscuits, yes, that's right...dog biscuits. See real estate is my career and I've been doing it well for over 20 years. I love my job and I will do everything I can to ensure all your needs are met, but my true passion is animal rescue. 

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