Page Turner Biography
Page Turner is a licenced and award winning real estate broker. She serves as a host and house-flipping expert on HGTV’s Fix my Flip alongside contractor Mitch Glew. She formerly co-hosted Flip or Flop Nashville alongside her ex-partner Deron Jenkins. She is also a certified personal trainer and co-owner of The JoPa Life, a fitness and clothing brand.
Page Turner Age
Page is 48 years old, she was born in 1974 in Los Angeles, USA. She celebrates her birthday on April 26.
Page Turner Ethnicity
Page is of mixed ethnicity; her father was black while her mother is white.
Page Turner Real Name
Page’s real name is ‘Page’; it is derived from the first two letters of her mother’s name Patricia ‘Pa’ and ‘ge’ from her fathers name ‘Eugene”.
Page Turner Parents
Page is the daughter of Patricia Ann Turner and Eugene Turner. They met in Japan when Eugene was in the military and spent almost 12 years there. After retiring from the military, they moved to Los Angeles settling in Crenshaw. Since Eugene was a professional optician, he started PAGE Optical also known as the “Optician to the Stars”, the first black-owned optical shop in the Crenshaw district. He however died in 1980 when Page was eight years old from liver ailment. Her mother is a breast cancer survivor who underwent mastectomy.
Page Turner Siblings
Page has two half sisters from both parents previous relationships; Daryl Lyn Saha, is her sister from her mother’s side; and Sonji Newman from her dad’s side.The two lost contact after they father died but they reunited 33 years later after Sonji found Turner on Facebook. Sonji is a high school biology teacher at La Vergne High School and also hosts a program at WGNS Radio.
Page Turner (Ex) Husband
Page is not married neither has she ever been married. She however was in a relationship with Marco Gordon with whom she shares her three daughters. Marc is a Grammy-nominated musician, producer and founding member of LeVert, an American R&B group. The group released their debut album ‘I Get Hot’ in 1985 and their second album ‘Bloodline’ in 1986. One of the band member died of a heart attack due to accidental overdose of prescription drugs in November 2006 while a second member died in March 2008 while serving time in the Cuyahoga Country Jail for failing to pay child support. Marc later formed a new band LeVert II with two new members.
According to his LinkedIn, he is the founder of SOEL (Saving Our Entertainers Lives) Foundation which he started in April 2012. He also hosts the webcast show Marc Gordon Show since July 2012. He has been serving as the president of 9311 Entertainment Group since 2007 where he also contributes as a singer/songwriter/producer/artist.
Page Turner Daughters
Page is a single mother of three girls; Quincy Alexis, Qai Alexandria and Zaire. Qai and Quincy are twins born on September 4, 1996. Quincy is a model who is represented by the A3 Artists Agency. Qai received her undergraduate degree from Notre Dame University.
Zaire is the oldest and works as a mortgage loan originator for the company NEXA Mortgage. She previously worked as a real estate assistant and a loan advisor. She is married to Rodney Kizito, they got married in October 2021.
Page Turner DeRon Jenkins
Page and Deron Jenkins were in a relationship for five years before the called things off. They first met when Page was showing a home and DeRon was the contractor, they had an instant attraction and she quickly became DeRon’s real estate agent — and then they started dating. After they broke up they remained friends and hosted co-hosted ‘Flip or Flop Nashville’ on HGTV.
During an interview Turner said, “We dated for a long time, but we still remained friends. So that’s I think the big difference. We didn’t have this huge blow up where we just stopped speaking and all that drama. We still work together well and make money. [We said], ‘Let’s do that.’”
She however clarified that they spent some time apart right after their breakup. “There was a little separation. We needed a break for a couple years. Then we were like ‘All right – we good.’”
Page Turner Realtor
Page is a licensed realtor since 2003. She is the principal broker and owner of EGAP Real Estate, Inc. She owns EGAP Real Estate, a top real estate brokerage firm in Nashville, TN, as well as EGAP-Elite Real Estate in Atlanta, GA. She has served as President of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers-Nashville (NAREB).
In 2016 she was awarded the Selling Agent of the Year award for the Tennessee Housing Development Agency (THDA). Page has also been selected twice from thousands of applications as a HUD Local Listing Broker over the last seven years.
She is a coveted Five-Star REO Certified Broker, an Approved Continuing Education Instructor with the Tennessee Real Estate Commission, was the 2014 Nashville Chapter President of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB), a member of the Greater Nashville Association of REALTORS® (GNAR), the Tennessee Association of REALTORS® (TAR), an Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR), and a Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource Representative (SFR), a Certified Distressed Property Expert (CDPE) and Equator Certified.
Page Turner HGTV
Page made her HGTV debut on Flip or Flop Nashville and appeared as a guest judge in the hit series Rock the Block.
Page Turner Fix My Flip
Turner is the host of HGTV’s Fix My Flip alongside contractor Mitch Glew. In the show she comes to rescue to take over the projects of several stressed-out flippers and make things right.
According to a press release, “Page taps into her deep expertise and invests her own money to help the floundering flippers fix everything from blown budgets and mismanaged schedules to uninspired upgrades and lackluster design. Empowered by her impressive track record, Page steps in to fix flips so that everyone can make big profit.”
Page Turner Rock the Block
Turner is one of the expert competitors on Rock the Block season 4 alongside her co-host Mitch Glew. The two are against Bryan and Sarah Baeumler (Renovation Island); luxury design experts Michel Smith Boyd and Anthony Elle (Luxe for Less); farmhouse fanatic Jonathan Knight and high-end residential designer Kristina Crestin (Farmhouse Fixer).
The six-episode season is hosted by Ty Pennington as the experts face-off in home renovation battle in the town of Berthoud, Colorado. The teams have six weeks and a budget of $250,000 to renovate four identical 5,000-square-foot properties — each valued at $1.9 million before the renovations begin.
Page Turner Designer
Page is a certified personal trainer and co-owner of a fitness and clothing brand, The JoPa Life, alongside her friend Joan Fleming,
Page Turner Book
Page is a published author of The G.O. Life: Seize Your Greatest Opportunity. In the book she shares her purpose plan and keys to execution on how you too can seize your greatest opportunities by living The G.O. Life. In the book she shares how she learned to expect only the best while seizing every opportunity that would propel her business and create a lasting legacy for her family. She was able create the lifestyle of her dreams by re-writing her story and creating her own blueprint as a single mom with three daughters (and no child support).
Where Does Page Turner Live
She lives in Los Angeles where she was born. She spent most of her life in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Page Turner Net worth
She has an estimated net worth of $3 million.