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Joins Prudential Fairfield
Â FAIRFIELD – Realtor Janis Nezvesky-Schertzer of Newtown has joined forces with the Fairfield office of Prudential Connecticut Realty, announced Fairfield office leader Melissa Riley.
Â “We’re excited to have Janis on board,” said Ms Riley. “She brings with her valuable leadership skills – combined with a compassionate and caring attitude – that she’s demonstrated in both her professional and personal life, and will no doubt apply to her work in real estate sales and marketing.”
Â Ms Nezvesky-Schertzer has more than 13 years of relocation experience working for several relocation firms, including Prudential Relocation. A Certified Relocation Professional (CRP) and member of the Employee Relocation Council (ERC), her work led her into frequent contact with business executives, first-time homebuyers, and others who required the expertise of a relocation professional. Her work included counseling transferring employees and policy development as well as corporate client relations.
Â Ms Nezvesky-Schertzer is an active member of the Newtown community, where she was born and raised. She has served as a Girl Scout leader for 13 years for the Southwestern Connecticut Girl Scout Council and is also a Life Member of the Girl Scouts of America. She is a past PTA president at the Newtown public schools and, notably, was the first female firefighter in Newtown. She is currently a volunteer firefighter in Newtown.
Â “My family has been in Newtown for five generations,” she said. “Being active in the community is my way of giving back.”
Â Having spent 17 years in a customer service environment, Ms Nezvesky-Schertzer said, taught her the importance of follow-up and follow-through. “The Girl Scout motto can be so aptly applied to real estate marketing: ‘Make new friends but keep the old.’ Real estate is such a people-oriented business, and following that motto when I’m helping my clients just comes naturally,” she said.
Â Janis Nezvesky-Schertzer earned an associate degree from the University of Bridgeport and a bachelor’s degree from Teikyo Post University. She makes her home in Newtown with her husband, Marty, and her daughter Floren, who attends the University of Connecticut.
Â She is also a member of the Greater Fairfield Board of Realtors, Connecticut Association of Realtors, the National Association of Realtors, and the Connecticut Multiple Listing Service.
Janis Nezvesky-Schertzer will service homebuyers and sellers throughout Northern Fairfield County as well as the town of Fairfield, where her office is located.