Kim Jenard Brings Clients A Winning Attitude With Attention To Details

Kim Jenard Brings Clients A Winning Attitude With Attention To Details

After a career as a flight attendant and years raising four kids, Kim Jenard of Engel & Völkers funneled her attention and energies into the real estate profession, finding success working in Wellington’s luxury and equestrian markets.

Jenard worked at American Airlines for 13 years. It was there that she learned the value of customer service and patience, developing a “can-do” attitude that continues to serve her well to this day.

“I am a relationship person and have always had a very outgoing, sociable personality,” she said. “All of these are important factors and contribute to being successful in real estate. I tend to become friends with all of my clients, and I always follow my lifelong motto: ‘Do unto others as you wish others do unto you.’”

Jenard originally hails from Annapolis, Maryland. She has been a Wellington resident for almost two decades.

“I moved to Wellington in 2000 with my family,” Jenard recalled. “Our move was based on the fact that we wanted to raise our family here for the amazing parks and recreation facilities, along with the small-town vibe and amazing schools.”

All the time Jenard has spent in the area now benefits her clients. She is completely familiar with the diverse local neighborhoods that make up Wellington and the neighboring communities.

“I specialize in high-end luxury and equestrian properties, along with single-family home sales in the Wellington area,” she said. “I love attention to detail, along with marketing and showing custom homes that offer unique characteristics and quality materials.”

A major component to her success is certainly her attention to detail.

“Being that I service clients from all over the world, this is very important, as designs and styles vary from one client to another,” Jenard said. “Equestrian properties are a huge component of my business, as a large portion of my clients are involved in one or more of the equestrian venues here in Wellington. Some of them prefer to have an equestrian estate, while others prefer to have a luxury home with a separate barn elsewhere.”

Jenard prides herself on being a familiar face in the community.

“If you ask people around town if they know me, they will most likely respond with something like: ‘She knows everyone, and you cannot go anywhere with her without her running into someone she knows,’” Jenard said.

Jenard’s goal is to always put her clients’ needs first, and she works with them every step of the way as they make one of life’s biggest decisions: to buy or sell their home.

She’s just as committed to her adopted hometown of Wellington.

“Wellington is unique in the sense that it has a small-town vibe and is a unique village,” she said. “We have our own mayor, village hall, parades, parks, recreation galore, amazing schools and convenience to wonderful restaurants, shopping and world-class equestrian venues that attract people from all over the world.”

To contact Kim Jenard, call (561) 644-9650, e-mail or visit