Jessica Warner

(704) 526-6408

Charlotte is literally all I know. Even though I was born a Georgia peach, my family moved here when I was only 3 years old. I have grown up alongside Charlotte, and it has been such a sight to see. I have lived in many different areas of Charlotte, from Ballantyne to Plaza Midwood, from Matthews to Cotswold and even all the way out to a farm near Mountain Island Lake. Currently, I live in South Charlotte with my fiance, my son, Connor and our two crazy pups.

My education background is in Interior Design and Art Education, so I never thought that I would end up working in the restaurant and hospitality industry for years and then owning my own restaurant for the past three. My background in hospitality and my love for design are what led me to pursue real estate. I am completely fascinated with different home styles and architecture and that is combined with my passion for helping and serving others. My sole mission is to make the home buying or selling process less stressful and to bring back the joy and excitement that can be found in real estate. Even before I had my real estate license, I was the first person my friends called when they started looking for houses. Not only because of how genuinely thrilled I was for them, but because they knew I would spend hours scanning all of the listings to help them find what they were looking for and tag along to all the showings.

When I am not working, you can find me tailgating for the Panthers, cheering on the Hornets or at one of my son’s many games. I am a huge proponent of supporting local businesses, especially restaurants and boutiques. Charlotte and its surrounding areas have a vast selection as far as dining and shopping and there are some great hidden gems that I have found as well. I also love outdoor activities like walking the trails at my local park or making s’mores in the cul de sac with my neighbors and our kids. My favorite place in Charlotte above all is my very own house with the ones I love the most who make it a home!