Ellen Ginnaven - Realtor
Ellen Ginnaven was born and raised in Little Rock, Arkansas, and graduated from Little Rock Central High in 1978. She attended the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville where she received a BSE degree in 1982. After graduating, she married her 7th grade sweetheart, Robert Ginnaven, and they have two children, Katherine and Addison. Upon becoming “empty-nesters” they relocated to Harrison in 2015, leaving behind the hustle and bustle of Fayetteville, in favor of the serenity and scenic beauty this area has to offer, along with enjoying its beautiful lakes, rivers, and streams. Her husband has opened his own law practice in historic downtown Harrison, and Ellen is excited to have recently joined with Weichert Realty- Market Edge.
Ellen has taught in the public schools for eighteen years and obtained her Real Estate license in 2008. She was associated with one of the largest companies in Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas, where she received great experience closing many transactions with buyers and sellers over the last decade.
Ellen brings along her knowledge and experience to help you fulfill your Real Estate dreams. She will guide you throughout the process with top-notch information and market insight, so clients can make the best decisions possible. With her strong attention to detail and by keeping her clients informed of each step along the way, she ensures a positive experience for all parties involved. Ellen knows what it takes to successfully close a transaction.
Ellen enjoys the outdoors, fishing, camping, trying out a new recipe, working the daily newspaper crosswords, and spending time with family and their yellow lab “Captain”.
Whatever Real Estate needs you have, call Ellen so she can put her talent, drive, and experience to work for you. She is committed to providing excellent customer service.
Build your new business or new home on this rare vacant 3 acre commercial lot in Jasper City Limits on HWY 74W and Cardinal Lane. Jasper is located in the heart ...
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