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About Jacqueline Butterworth

With formal training in Mechanical Engineering and Accounting, you can tell by her title that she is a woman of many talents. A Hopewell, Virginia native, Jackie has amassed an in-depth knowledge into business by combining her formal education along with her job experiences. She owned her own retail business, was in the purchasing department of a large manufacturing facility, was the "face" of a large airline, designs buildings by utilizing computer aided drafting and design (CADD), designer, draftsman, real estate agent is married to an attorney. One of her husbands specialties is Real Estate Law and he is a leading real estate closing attorney in the area. Jackie is a dedicated, caring and hard working Realtor!

Her "can do" attitude is addictive and it motivates all those who work with her! Jackie has 2 children, her son is a graduate from Virginia Tech (GO Hokies!) and her daughter both, design and draft using CADD. Jackie''s father was an architect, builder and Realtor, as well. If you''re looking for high quality and personal service, you've come to the right place! Hi I am Jackie Butterworth, Realtor and I will give you the attention and personal service you'll come to expect and enjoy. I offer the best as a buyers agent, listings, marketing, foreclosures, short sales, new construction and commercial properties.

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