It’s no exaggeration to say that Jaden was destined to be a broker at Kentwood considering her dad, Keith, has been with the brokerage for more than three decades. “I was selling girl scout cookies during sales meetings when I was six-years-old.” Little did she know that one day she’d be Keith’s business partner and participating in those same meetings now as a colleague. “I have never worked with a kinder, more community-minded company than Kentwood, and for that, I am incredibly grateful.”
This Park Hill Native is as Colorado as Colorado gets. After graduating from East High School, she earned her degree in English and Creative Writing from Colorado College. Besides a few years in Oregon working in retail management and as a non-profit Grant Writer and Communications Manager, she has spent her entire life here in the mountains.
Jaden points to her focus on relationship building as the foundation for her success. She reminisces about attending open houses and meeting new clients with her dad. “His sincerity and empathy in helping clients make such an intimidating financial decision inspired me. That’s why I specialize in working with first-time home buyers now. I strive to be the approachable Realtor® who meets clients where they’re at. I want them to know no matter where in the process they are, no matter what their price range, no matter the depth of their experience with real estate, I am there for them.”
Having earned her Realtor® designation, Jaden is also a proud member of the Denver Metro Association of REALTORS®. “It is a great organization that keeps me current in all aspects of the business.”
A former staff member and current volunteer, she is deeply committed to the mission of the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) organization, working with children in the foster care system, identifying gaps in care and advocating on their behalf in court. She’s also passionate about mental health and social justice advocacy.
Jaden’s nine-pound dog, Bear, is the Combs Sell Homes’ team mascot. She has a dark green thumb (Kentwood green of course) and she’s using the other nine fingers to bang out her first novel, usually roosting at St. Mark’s Coffee House. The way to her heart starts and ends with their chocolate chip cookies.