Jeanette Ender, ABR, ALC, RELO, SRES
Jeanette Ender, a small-town girl with small town values, grew up on a working ranch in Hermleigh, a tiny town in West Texas. With only twenty-three students in her high school graduating class, she yearned for big-city experiences that didn’t include cattle and cotton.
After graduating with a business degree from Odessa Junior College, Jeanette headed east and settled in Dallas where she worked at Medical City Dallas as an executive assistant to the laboratory department. While there, she polished her customer service skills and developed a knack for problem solving, soon finding herself in charge of seven different labs.
As her life moved in another direction, Jeanette became a stay-at-home mom, with three small children to look after. However, Jeanette is a people-person at heart, and her insatiable appetite for new experiences led her to obtain her Texas Real Estate License. Practicing part-time, she loved the flexible schedule that allowed her to be a full-time mom, all the while staying engaged with the public.
She’s held her real estate license since 1980, eventually working full-time with one of the largest firms in North Dallas. After almost ten years with Terry, Abio, and Adleta, an all-female firm in the Park Cities, Jeanette found herself relocating and once again living in a small town – Mineral Wells – where she’s been representing buyers and sellers all over Palo Pinto and Parker counties ever since. With 37 years of experience under her belt, Jeanette, the consummate professional, offers her clients unparalleled knowledge, skills, and proficiency with every transaction.
Jeanette is active in her community and served for five years as President of the Mineral Wells Chamber of Commerce. An elected board member of the Palo Pinto County General Hospital, she has served on that council for 20 years. She currently volunteers her time to the Texas Neighborhood Services Board that services seven area counties, as well as holds the position of treasurer. She is also serving as President on the Board of the Battered Women Association.
Jeanette and her husband have a small hobby ranch in Mineral Wells where they once raised buffalo. When not caring for her dogs and cats, she and her husband enjoy golfing, traveling to their cabin in Angel Fire, New Mexico, and bird watching.