Starting my real estate career in State College, PA in 1986, I have built my business into annual residential sales of multi-millions of dollars. I am an associate broker with Keller Williams in Blue Bell, PA, a partner in Keller Williams Elite, Wyomissing, PA and Keller Williams Real Estate Center City, PA.
I enjoy working with relocation, first time, move up, and investment buyers. My success can be measured in the number of repeat clients and personal referrals I receive each year which I greatly appreciate.
The company I work with, Keller Williams, is an education based company which believes in God, family, business. I also believe in this and take care that all my transactions are in the best interests of my clients with those ideals as the end result.
If you are interested in buying, selling or even thinking about making a career change to real estate then Jane Maslowski is the professional hand you need to guide you through the process. Jane goes above and beyond to make people feel comfortable and confident with their decisions. Contact her today to find out what she can do for you.
I was a high school teacher.
Real estate was a passion of my Mother and she passed it on to me and two of my siblings. I made the choice to change careers at the time because my husband and I relocated so much due to his job. Real Estate was a more transportable career than teaching.
Every transaction has its' challenges no matter how well prepared all parties on my side of the transaction are. The biggest challenge is working with agents who do not have the proper training or an experienced mentor at their side. The current big challenge is appraisal values coming in low due to lack of inventory and buyers being so eager to overbid on properties.
I have been with 3 brokerages starting with one in State College, Pa which I had to leave after 4 years due to a job transfer for my husband. I then joined a large traditional 50-50 company which I stayed with for 13 years.
Until I was introduced to the third company that taught me how to run a business not just be a Realtor. In hindsight, I wish this company would have been on the scene when I started. It is progressive and staying with the changing technology and needs of its agents. The first two had wonderful people who to this day I remain friends with but I was never encouraged to be a business owner.
NAR President's Circle from 2016 to current
NAR RPAC Hall of Fame 2019
PA RPAC Hall of Fame 2016
Director for PA Association of Realtors from 2010 to current
Past President of Montgomery County Associate's of Realtors 2011
Keller Williams Triple Gold winner for sale 2008-current
Cultural Icon for my local KW office 2013
PA Circle of Excellence-lifetime award
Multiple awards for sales and listing records
Putting a mother who had been on welfare into her own home so she could raise her 3 children in a safe and educational rewarding district for her children. I am still in contact with her. Two have graduated from high school and are in college, one to go.
I think good reviews are very important.
I ask for reviews, good or bad after each transaction.
I provide a great line of communication through whatever line they prefer-phone, text, email.
For sellers, I set up a marketing plan which has tremendous success starting with providing a decorator at my expense to get the best exposure for their property along with a professional photographer also at my expense. For buyers, I walk them through what to expect and give them a written plan to guide them from looking at a house to closing on a house they choose.