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355 Riverside Ave , Westport - CT 06880
Office: 1-203-981-6398

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About Jeff Turner

Business Philosophy

Real Estate is my full-time business! I treat it seriously because of the significance of the financial transaction, and because the HOME is at the center of people's lives and investment portfolio. My clients receive my unyielding commitment to reach their personal goals and protect their interests, where their success is my only reward. By focusing my unwavering personal integrity and work ethics to clients' unique desires and needs, I hope to become their trusted Real Estate agent, worthy of representing them, their family, and their personal referrals in all future transactions.


Education and Training

Northwestern University, School of Engineering

NYU Business Institute, Marketing
CT Real Estate License since 1997


Awards and Designations

Coldwell Banker Global Luxury Property Specialist

Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS)

"Who's Who in International Real Estate"

Cartus Relocation Specialist designations for Referral, Affinity, Marketing and Inventory properties

Numerous Sales Recognition Awards and Honors Appointed to Coldwell Banker Agent's Technology Council **Among elite group selected as "5 Diamond Real Estate Agents" appearing in CT Magazine in March 2011**


Areas of Expertise
First Time Homebuyers
Luxury and Vintage Properties
Relocation Services
Financing Consultation
Worldwide Referral Network

Community Involvement

Committed to improving the community and lives of area residents, Jeff currently holds leadership positions in the Wilton Kiwanis Club, the Friends of Ambler Farm, and the Wilton Family YMCA. Dedicated to outreach, Jeff initiated and organized the first several of the now annual giveaway events providing furniture, household items, and clothing to hundreds of area families. Jeff also spent a week to restore New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, participates in Americares renovation projects for needy families, as well as numerous hands-on projects undertaken by the Kiwanis Club. As a parent interested in the town's education system, Jeff served on the long-range planning committee for Wilton Public Schools, and is involved with in-class programs. As a Navy veteran, Jeff also serves on the Town's Memorial Day Parade planning committee, served as the Parade Chairman in 2008, and is active in the local American Legion Post. Jeff is also a current and charter member of Wilton's Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), assisting local police and fire departments as needed.


Personal Background

Jeff has served in the U.S. Navy since being commissioned in 1986, and currently holds the rank of Commander in the Naval Reserves. He has been awarded 11 personal and unit decorations, including the Navy & Marine Corp Achievement Medal. His professional sales career, since completing active Naval service in 1990, include many years in the healthcare industry (pharmaceutical/devices/diagnostics) as well as multi-media communication services to global financial clients like Merrill Lynch.

Married with 2 children.



Communities I Serve
Since being licensed and working as a Real Estate agent, Jeff has sold properties in the towns of Stamford, Norwalk, Wilton, Weston, Westport, Rowayton, Ridgefield, Easton, Fairfield, Bethel, and Newtown. In addition, Jeff maintains market familiarity in New Canaan, Darien, and Redding and others throughout Fairfield County to a lesser degree. To say that Jeff goes the extra mile for his client is an understatement, as the vast number of real estate agents are not willing or capable of covering this extensive geography. Jeff also partners with top colleagues throughout the Connecticut & Westchester regions to further extend his service for clients with real estate needs in those areas.

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CIPS, Certified International Property Specialist
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