Get to know Jan J Kelley
Jan Kelley is a Keller Williams Top Producer with a strong track record of success who joined the firm in 2011 and is proud to be a member of Keller Williams Realty. Jan initially focused on working with buyers to find their perfect home in the right neighborhood for their unique needs and lifestyle. She further expanded her expertise to sales to help owners market their prized properties and achieve the best return.
Specializing in rentals, purchases and sales listings in the Northeast Dallas Metroplex, Jan knows the market well and offers excellent support, resources and guidance for those seeking or selling homes. As a former nonprofit Executive Director of over 10 years and a small business owner, she understands the importance of community and the level of care each client deserves to make confident, informed decisions.
Originally from Tulsa, OK, Jan attended Rogers State University and Tulsa Community College. Her career previously involved service to the community in non-profit, education and government. In 1992, Jan was recognized for operating one of the first National Accredited Preschools in Oklahoma, and then taught others how to receive their accreditation at Tulsa Technology Center. She was later appointed by the Governor of Oklahoma to implement the state’s workforce credentialing program at all of Oklahoma’s Technology Centers.
Jan and her family moved to Texas in 2011. She and her husband of 30 years are proud parents and grandparents. Jan is a licensed REALTOR®, Certified Negotiation Expert (CNE®), Preferred Realtor with the Texas Veteran’s Land Board, and a member of Rockwall Chamber of Commerce. She is also working towards her certification in home staging, as she loves presenting space in the most appealing way.
Jan is constantly studying the local real estate market and acquiring new, valuable information to share with her clients. She believes in staying connected through active networking, volunteering and community involvement, to “enhance the quality of life and remain abreast of the decisions that affect us all.”