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Jane Cruder-Johnson

Home Selling Partner with RE/MAX United

Jane’s goal is to help clients in what is usually one of the most significant financial situations of their life. She feels that by educating her clients, she puts them in a position to make informed decisions, and can take care of the details so that any transaction runs smoothly.

Sales with Jane’s office include:

 

1121 Wagon Ridge Road

1121 Wagon Ridge Road (Raleigh) for $405,000

SOLD IN 0 DAYS!

 

6038 Sentinel Drive

6038 Sentinel Drive (Raleigh) for $179,000

SOLD IN 51 DAYS!

9256 Palm Bay Circle

9526 Palm Bay Circle (Raleigh) for $439,000

About Jane:

I am a first generation North Carolinian with my father migrating to the U.S.A. from Italy in 1923. My father was a retired corporate pilot with General Tire & Rubber Company in Akron, Ohio, where I grew up. I moved with my family to Coral Springs, Florida in 1976. After a year in San Diego, I came back to Florida and obtained my Marketing degree at the local college.

I met my husband while I was working at a Flight School at the Ft. Lauderdale Executive Airport. I then was very fortunate and landed a job with IBM and was employed approximately twelve years with this incredible company. My husband, originally from Dunn, North Carolina, is employed with a major airline and wanted to have a shorter commute to work, so this was the perfect opportunity to move to Raleigh in 1991.

I have been with RE/MAX United for over eleven years and have been selling real estate full time since 1997. I have worked in new home sales as an on-site agent at a development in Downtown Raleigh named “The Village at Pilot Mill” and also general brokerage sales.  I received my GRI (Graduate Realtor Institute) designation and my Broker’s license. I frequently attend classes to keep me abreast of the changing real estate laws and the advanced technology tools needed in today’s changing real estate market.

With our families and friends scattered throughout the country, we travel frequently. We enjoy vacationing at our families’ lake houses and the outdoors. My husband and I are volunteers to the Wildlife Welfare, Inc. of Raleigh. This organization is committed to helping injured or abandoned wildlife solely through volunteers.