About Janet Myer
Janet’s long and distinguished career as a real estate professional is well known in the Hudson Valley. She is known for her professionalism, tenacity, and integrity. Janet has been a resident of Dutchess County for almost twenty years and is well versed in the bucolic Hudson River Valley real estate market.
Her successful real estate career spans more than twenty-five years. She began her career with The Corcoran Group in New York City in 1994. Ten years later she moved to the country with her husband and young children. She specialized in staging and prepping homes for sale to bring about their utmost potential and finding those perfect items you cannot live without. Never far from the pulse of the market, she bought, renovated, and sold homes in Litchfield and Fairfield County, Connecticut as well as in Columbia and Dutchess County, New York. Her amazing eye for detail can help you find the perfect house or guide you to get the best price when selling. She is outgoing, personable, and skilled at working with clients from the initial meeting through to the day of the closing and beyond. Real estate can be one of the largest investments a person makes, you need someone who can guide you through the process and make selling, or buying an enjoyable, painless experience.
Janet is committed to Hudson Valley and its history and traditions. Janet is a supporter of the Dutchess Land Conservancy, the Eleanor Roosevelt Val-Kill Partnership and is a former parent and supporter of The Dutchess Day School. She is also a Trustee of the new Union Vale Library. Janet lives in Millbrook with her husband, Chris, at Black Fox Farm, home to Beetle Bug Flower Fields.