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Jeff Warner
Jeff Warner
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Jeff moved to Louisville as a young child and has lived in various parts of the metro area for the last 33 years. For 14 years Jeff was based out of Atlanta, Georgia for work, traveling nationally and working remotely from Louisville. He could have chosen to live anywhere but prefers the amenities and quality of life that Louisville offers. He is a graduate of Jefferson County Public Schools and earned a Bachelor of Science in Economics degree from the University of Louisville. Professionally, Jeff has an extensive background in Consulting, Project Management and facilitating complex technology and business process initiatives in the retail industry. Personally, Jeff takes great pride and joy in living in Louisville and restoring historic properties. He considers himself extremely fortunate to have lived in and revitalized one of the magnificent “Millionaire’s Row” homes in Old Louisville.

Drawing from his professional experience in Consulting, Jeff carefully listens to your wants and needs before analyzing the information and making recommendations. Jeff understands each buyer and seller will have unique circumstances and requirements in searching for a new home and is committed to finding the right solution to suit your needs.

Jeff is a firm believer in community through service. Jeff has served on numerous boards and committees including The Parkway Gardens Condominium Association, The 1300 Association, Old Louisville Zoning and Land Use Committee, and First Unitarian Church Ministerial Search Committee.

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