About Me...

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Born in Missouri, but having moved to Kansas as a small child Jaretta has certainly had a "midwest upbringing." She feels that being raised in the great state of Kansas definitely had a strong influence on her values and traditions.

Jaretta and her family currently call the small town of Valley Center, Kansas their home. She is happily married to her best friend from high school Jeremy Gilson. Jeremy is a benefits consultant for Gallagher Benefit Services, Inc. Together they have two children Meghan and Grady. Meghan is now married, and she and her husband Bryson have just blessed our family with our first grandbabies, Miss Ruby Ryan and Saylor Hayes! Their family is rounded off by their shih-t-zu, Harpo!

Family is first and foremost her number one priority. When not busy with family or work Jaretta enjoys being active, reading, traveling, decorating, and hunting for the perfect antique!

Jaretta began her real estate career in 2009 and soon made the easy decision to join J.P. Weigand and Sons Inc. as her firm. Weigand has been in business locally for over 100 years, and that goes a long way with Jaretta. She hopes to enjoy the same longevity in her real estate career! The ethics and standards practiced at Weigand are the same values Jaretta believes in as well.

Jaretta is a multi million dollar producer for her firm, and has received both the Masters Circle and Presidential Sales award for many years running. She wants you to know whether your home is big or small, your investment is important to her! Each client will always receive the same attention and detailed service from Jaretta that they have come to know and trust! She believes you will truly feel the difference when you choose to work her and her company. They truly are the standard of excellence!

Jaretta loves meeting people and making new connections. She loves communicating with her clients and feels this is an important aspect in getting a deal done. She believes in doing business the "old fashioned way," the way your grandparents did, when a handshake and your word meant something. Her hope is at the end of your transaction that you will not only be a client, but a friend.
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