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Winning Bidding Wars
In a real estate market with low inventory buyers often encounter multiple offer situations or bidding wars. Hear Kentucky Select agent Logan Ormerod's tips for winning them!
Dealing With Appraisal Issues
As a seller you have to sell your house three times: first to the buyer, second to the home inspector and then to the bank. Listen to Kentucky Select agent Laura Rice give you some tips on how to deal with appraisal issues.
Putting Client's Interests First
Understanding the motivation behind why someone is moving is where Kentucky Select agent Brooke Feather starts with her clients. Hear more on why going that extra mile truly shows.
Connecting Trusted Professionals
Good real estate agents play many important roles during a transaction. Listen to Ann James as she explains how one of her jobs is connecting her clients with trusted professionals such as local mortgage loan officers and qualified contractors.
Benefits Of Working With Buyers And Sellers
Kentucky Select agents work with real estate buyers and sellers. Hear what Kathy Hinkebein has to say about why that makes her better at representing both.
The Importance of Pricing
Listen to the wise words of Kentucky Select agent Pam Schiller regarding the crucial elements of pricing your home to sell.
Setting Realistic Expectations
Learn from agent Abby Thonen why it's important for clients and agents to be on the same page about their expectations of the real estate transaction.
Solving Inevitable Problems
Kentucky Select agent Russell Smith explains why it's a good idea to have a skilled real estate professional on your side when inevitable problems come up during a transaction.
Getting Your House Ready To Sell
Don't give a buyer a reason to eliminate your home from their search! Missy Ormerod from Kentucky Select Properties gives some valuable tips, beyond the obvious cleaning and organizing, that will get your home ready to sell!
Are You Compatible With Your Agent?
Hear why Kentucky Select agent Adrianne Hoadley thinks it's so important to know what her client's needs and motivations are before they even start looking at houses.
Why You Need An Agent
Kentucky Select Properties agent Laura Heiskell explains the value of using a real estate agent in your transaction.
About Kentucky Select Properties
Winner of the 2016 Partners in Philanthropy award for "Most Generous Small Company in Louisville," Kentucky Select Properties is the top selling 100% locally-owned and independent residential real estate company in town. Find out more about how Kentucky Select does business and why being a good corporate citizen is central to its success.
Giving Back To Louisville
Philanthropy and volunteerism are central to the values and business practices of real estate firm Kentucky Select Properties. Kentucky Select agents believe they have a responsibility to contribute to the Louisville community in which they live and sell.
Guiding You Through The Real Estate Process
Every agent at Kentucky Select is focused on providing extraordinary service and wise counsel based on clients’ specific needs. This starts with carefully listening to how our clients live and what's most important to them and their families.
The Benefits Of Going Local
Kentucky Select Properties was started in Louisville in 2004 and is still 100% locally-owned. Every business decision is made at the local level by owners who have a vested interest in the quality of life of Louisville.

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Total Properties: 8,325
Med. List Price: $182,500
Month/Month Chg.: 1.39%
Avg. Days on Market: 136
New Listings Today: 9
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First Half of 2018 Louisville Market Review
The first half of the 2018 Louisville real estate market was marked by home prices continuing to rise faster than a porch thermometer on a sweltering July afternoon. From January 1 through June 30, ... Read more