Jessica Landers

Vermont Broker/Vice President | Grafton Office

Grafton Office

39 Pleasant Street
PO Box 187
Grafton, VT 05146

Email Phone: 802-843-2390 Fax: 802-843-2385

About Jessica

Jessica’s career in real estate began in 2004 with then Barrett & Company and it didn't take long for her to decide she’d found her calling.  Since then she has worn many hats as a licensed REALTOR®, rental agent, marketing director and assistant to Susan LeCours, the Broker/Owner of BVA.  Jessica was proud to help welcome Valley Real Estate Group when the company became Barrett & Valley Associates Inc. in 2007.  After a decade in the business Jessica obtained her Broker's License in 2015. “I have the privilege of working with a fantastic group of friendly, professional Realtors and support staff and look forward to many years of success together! I am committed to my work and this company and aspire to wear the final 'hat' of owner one day.”

Jessica’s favorite part of real estate is developing relationships with the people she meets.  “Getting to know customers and clients enables me to make every transaction as enjoyable and flawless as possible.  I find joy in meeting new people and helping them navigate the ins and outs of home ownership in Vermont.”

Born and raised in Massachusetts, Jessica spent much of her childhood visiting Vermont.  It had always been a special place and she treasured time visiting family here.  After graduating from Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts with a BA in 2003 she settled down in Vermont for good.  It had finally won her heart over-with a little help from a local boy.  Today Jessica and her husband Ben have 3 children and feel that Vermont’s safe environment and strong emphasis on community is the perfect atmosphere to raise a family.

When she’s not in the office or out showing property you can find Jessica on the sidelines of the local school fields and courts cheering on her children.   She also loves taking advantage of Vermont’s laid back, outdoor lifestyle.  Whether it’s camping, gardening, skiing or checking sap buckets with her husband, “I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.”