Jenna 
Hensley

Keller Williams Realty 

REALTOR® #53077

Cell: (505) 699-3204

6240 Riverside Plaza Ln Ste 100, Albuquerque, NM

Office:  (505) 897-1100

License: #53077

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From the Source

Jenna is amazingly responsive, friendly, considerate, knowledgeable and professional. It was a pleasure to work with her on the daunting task of buying a home in Los Alamos!

C. Russell

Jenna was a fearless advocate for us in our search for our perfect ranch style adobe home in Pojoaque Valley. Jenna is knowledgable about the area, with great vendor contacts and worked tirelessly to ensure our move went as smooth as possible. We highly recommend her services for Buyers!

S & D. Condrey

Jenna worked to help me win the bidding war in Los Alamos, a fiercely competitive market! A great advocate for any Buyer moving to Los Alamos. A joy to work with.

M. Greeff

 
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Moving to Los Alamos?

Moving to Los Alamos New Mexico? Hire Jenna Hensley REALTOR to help you win the Bidding War! Or, explore surrounding areas like Santa Fe, El Dorado, Pecos, Jemez Springs, La Mesilla and more!

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Selling your home in Los Alamos or in the surrounding area? Click for a free Comparative Market Analysis today to determine the best price to sell your Northern New Mexico home for. With low inventory, Jenna is eager to get you under contract for sale to meet the needs of your timeline.

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