Hi there! I’m Jolene Langelle. To me, a successful real estate transaction revolves around a hands-on, personal service–which of course requires getting to know each other better. Let me begin by sharing a bit more about myself.
I’m backed by a lifetime of experience that ensures you feel completely taken care of, every step of the way.
My real estate experience started back in high school–yes, really! My mother was a real estate agent, and I used to tag along with her as she went to appointments and home inspections, carefully observing how she coordinated sales and purchases with ease. In 2006, I completed my real estate license and officially joined the industry in a time where the market was extremely busy. It was a great time to jump in and really get that hands-on experience. I realized how much I truly enjoy connecting with clients and guiding them through big life decisions, and have now been doing so for over 10 years.
With a patient and personable approach to real estate, I’ll provide you with incredible real estate service built on education, experience, and understanding. My lifetime of local knowledge makes it easy to answer any questions you have before you even have to ask them; I’ll be in constant communication to ensure that you’re fully up-to-date at every stage of the process.
It’s not just the fact that I grew up around the real estate business, it’s what that unique experience has taught me. After years of watching my mother successfully close countless deals, I know what quality client service looks like and am well-versed on what makes a good investment. If you’re looking to buy or sell in Edmonton and need a hand from someone who knows the area from the inside out, I’d love to help!
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- Kim and Bruce Christie, Rhatigan Ridge
“Jolene Langelle was endlessly patient with our endless questions, and our need to revisit and understand the neighbourhoods and schools.”