My name is Jeremy Litwiller, and ever since my first trip to the Valley in the early 90’s, I knew this area would some day be the place I called home. After spending four years here for college and meeting my now wife of 18 years, we moved around from Ohio, to Georgia, to Pennsylvania after graduation but with a plan of eventually returning to the Harrisonburg area to raise our family. That plan became reality in 2008 when we moved to Rockingham County with our daughter Sydney who now attends Eastern Mennonite School. My wife, Jennifer, works as the Associate Director of Career and Academic Planning at James Madison University, and I am proud to be a part of the Kline May Team. Having grown up on an agricultural farm in northern Michigan baling hay, harvesting crops, and clearing fields, my passion has always been the outdoors. I have focused a portion of my business on working with farm-and-land buyers and sellers through my website. This area of real estate is my passion and has been in my blood since I was a young farm-boy in the upper mid-west. However, in an effort to be more than just the average real estate agent, I intentionally spent many years in the construction industry to be proficient in the residential market too. I’ve done almost every trade involved in building or remodeling a house: I was a framing contractor for several years, I’ve been a plumber, worked in a drywall plant and taught proper installation and finishing techniques, dabbled in electrical, installed fireplaces, siding, and also roofing. So from the foundation and framing to the mechanicals and finishes, I can help you understand what went into the construction of the place you call home. While my main focus is on Rockingham and Augusta Counties, I have also listed and sold property in Page County, Shenandoah County, Highland County, and Rockbridge County. If you don’t see what you need on this site, don’t ever hesitate to call or shoot me an email. I generally try to answer phone calls and emails seven days a week, so you won’t have to wait long for a response.