Jenn Newman

Jenn Newman is in the business of using her voice — whether during her 20-year career as an accomplished soprano soloist, as an advocate for human rights + marriage equality, negotiating for her clients, or as she empowers others both personally and professionally.

In 2008, Jenn and her family lost everything during the Great Recession. Jobs, cars, a brand new home - all of it was gone. Through her grit, perseverance and belief that home is “wherever you are,” she planned and executed the relocation of her family to New York City (for the second time) to rebuild. And, rebuild they did.

Going from 3000 square feet to an 800 square foot apartment may not have been easy for this family of 3, but, for nine years, New York City was home. Jenn was able to spend the balance of her sixteen years in recruiting, marketing and advertising working at New York University, all while simultaneously managing her singing career.

After losing three family members in 2012, including her only sibling to a drug overdose, she found herself using her voice in a different way: giving three eulogies in ten months. This prompted the deeper question, “How else am I to use my voice?” Over the next four years she allowed herself permission to redesign her career until she finally came to terms with what was next: building her own business. As their life goals grew (not to mention their daughter), two things became clear: Jenn and her family missed calling Arizona home, and Jenn’s life-long curiosity with real estate became the foundation for her next chapter.

Today, Jenn is a Multi-Million Dollar Producer, certified Real Estate Negotiation Expert, and ranked among the Top 3% of Realtors in Arizona. She knows the power of home, and with the same tenacity and resourcefulness she used in creating her own several times over, she won't stop until she finds the one her clients want to call their own.

Her greatest accomplishment to date: Team Newman, starting with her 22-year marriage to her college sweetheart, Jim, and raising their independent and fiercely compassionate 18-year old daughter, Lyla Grace. Now empty nesters, their Chihuahua mix — Oliver (half-Shih Tzu) — provides non-stop levity.

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