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About Jessica


Americans hold the highest percentage of their wealth in real estate, so the decision to buy or sell land is often a life-changing event. Jesse considers the responsibility to uphold the highest ethics in these transactions to be sacred. A young farmer deciding to buy his own land for the first time or an investor divesting their ranch after generations of stewardship can be an overwhelming proposition that Jesse understands intimately. Personal relationships and ethical dealings have long been the cornerstones of Jesse's ambitions as a land broker and make her a vital asset to principals buying or selling land.

Jesse's land career started in rural California during the 2006 Recession when real estate prices were falling faster than foreclosure signs were going up. Her early years with an independent firm taught her ingenuity and determination which helped her become one of the top-selling land agents of the region. Learning to use and perfecting social media to promote properties and services, Jesse caught the attention of the Small Business Development Center and for a time Jesse contracted with economic development organizations to support entrepreneurship in rural communities.

Jesse's experience in land brokerage has been influenced by the nature of the geography she's lived in; she's not intimidated by dirt roads or mountain passes. In 2012 Jesse launched her own land brokerage in California specializing in recreational and agricultural properties. After 10 years, Jesse relocated with her husband and two children to the Pacific Northwest and decided to expand her brokerage services into Washington state.

Today, Jesse serves on the Executive Committee of the Washington Cattlemen’s Association, is a Washington State Farm Bureau Member, and Alumnus of Oregon State University’s College of Agricultural Science. The Ingels family are members of the Inland Northwest Wildlife Council and participate in habitat restoration projects, disabled hunter and fisherman access missions, and the annual Big Horn Sportsman’s Show. Jesse and her family can often be found camping, shooting, or rockhounding far beyond cell phone signal and electrical grids when they aren’t attending bull sales or farm tours.


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