Janie Moody Cherry
Janie has recently come full circle by returning to Ruston and re-entering the Ruston real estate market. Her goal is to be involved in “Helping Ruston Grow” in any way she can.
Janie Moody Cherry has been in real estate related jobs for over forty years. Her real estate career began in Ruston when she obtained her real estate license at the age of 24. Following 12 years of selling homes in Ruston she relocated to Baton Rouge, La to become the Executive Director of the Louisiana Real Estate Commission. She was also the Executive Officer For Home Builders Associations in Greenville, S.C and Charleston, S.C before returning to Louisiana to work for a developer in Shreveport. Her final stop before returning to Ruston was opening a property management office for Latter and Blum in the Historic French Quarter in New Orleans.
As a real estate professional Janie has always tried to exceed her clients expectations. Selling homes to her isn’t about numbers and rewards or who has the most agents…. It’s about working hard to find the right home for her clients. She takes a personal interest in all the families she works with trying to make their transition to our area an easy one. She also believes in providing the best information she can to assist her clients in making educated decisions. She will always bring integrity, honesty and enthusiasm to her real estate transactions.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, Janie can assist you in making the best decision for you and your family. Located in Ruston’s downtown historic district you can find Janie in her office selling real estate her way.
Ginny Shadoin Canterbury
Ginny obtained her real estate license in early 2015, and is very passionate about her hometown of Ruston, Louisiana. She is a graduate of Ruston High School and Louisiana Tech University, and is very active in our community. Her husband, Brian, is also a Louisiana Tech University alumnus. They are raising their two children in Ruston, with one attending AE Phillips, and the other attending Cedar Creek. They love their Bullpups, Cougars, Bearcats, and Bulldogs! Prior to becoming a real estate agent, Ginny opened and ran a business in Ruston, and was also a quality assurance manager for the state of Louisiana of a nationally-based company. She had to ensure rules, regulations, and contracts were followed. This serves her very well in real estate as she represents her clients and their best interests. She explains each step of the process, and pays attention to every detail. Let her work hard to protect your best interest in our real estate market!