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Jessica Wynne has earned the distinction of being in the top 1% of over 48,000 sales associates nationwide and is a part of one of the top sales teams at NRT, the parent company of Sotheby's International Realty, the nation's largest residential real estate brokerage firm. Since 2009, she has consistently been ranked in The Wall Street Journal’s Top Sales Teams in the US. Jessica, along with business partner, Sheri Morgensen, formed The WynneMorgensen Group in 2004, and represent buyers and sellers of distinctive properties in San Francisco, Marin and the Northern California Wine Country.
As a San Francisco native, Jessica has seen the changes and development in the individual neighborhoods over the past 30+ years and understands the nuances of each community. With her family’s home in Healdsburg's Dry Creek Valley, she gained in-depth knowledge of the intricacies of country property. Her husband was born and raised in Marin, where both Jessica’s parents and her husband's families now reside, giving her insight into the unique attributes of each area within Southern Marin County. The WynneMorgensen Team has set record sales of homes in the luxury $10-30 million market in each of these areas, and with an average sales price of $2.7 million, remains committed to selling properties at all price ranges.
Jessica earned her Bachelor’s and Masters degrees in International Relations/Political Science while living in Europe. She has traveled and lived throughout the world and is fluent in French and Spanish. Prior to joining Sotheby's International Realty, Jessica worked in financial services where she developed an expertise in the areas of sales and marketing. As a homeowner and income property owner in San Francisco and Sonoma County, Jessica has first-hand experience in investment property management and development.
Jessica and her family reside in San Francisco, where her two sons attend Town School and her daughter attends Katherine Delmar Burke School. She is actively involved in the school communities, as well as numerous nonprofit organizations such as the Common Sense Advisory Council.