Juliette Sherrill
0225070169

Juliette Sherrill

REALTOR®
Mobile:
540-295-2407
Office:
540-295-2407
Keller Williams Preferred Realty
385 Garrisonville Rd. Suite 105
Stafford, VA 22554

So, who is Juliette anyway? Just like you, she's a truly amazing individual. From birthing five children at home with a nurse midwife, to homeschooling them, to launching them into adulthood, she has found herself delving deeply into Real Estate. Finding the market so fascinating and having a firm belief in property rights for the individual, this interest made sense. Juliette believes in the value of owning your own space, so that you can enjoy the bundle of rights that go along with owning property on US soil.

Here are your property ownership Bundle of Rights:

  1. The Right of Possession - the property is owned by whomever holds title.
  2. The Right of Control - within the laws, the owner controls the use of the property
  3. The Right of Exclusion - others can be excluded from using or entering the property
  4. The Right of Quiet Enjoyment - the owner can enjoy the use of the property in any legal manner
  5. The Right of Disposition - The title holder can sell, rent or transfer ownership or use of the property at will.

Juliette, loves this and wants to help as many folks own their own property as possible. Juliette is a native to Northern VA, which natives are a rare bread. Most folks in the area are transient transplants from all over the nation and the world. She enjoys bicycling through the many trails throughout NOVA and hiking in the nearby Shenandoah Mountains. She grew up Skiing with her mother, who is a professional ski instructor and enjoying the family cabin on the Shenandoah River.

 

Top 10% of Realtor's in the area

Ranked 3rd in office procuction

Juliette is a consistant top producer

Juliette is a member of the Agent Leadership Council at Keller Williams, which is a prestigious position that one must be invited to join. She is asked to make decisions on behalf of the other agents in her office to decide what is best practice for them.