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Marci Wilson-Bates
Marci Wilson-Bates
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Marci Wilson-Bates brings a contagious energy and devotion to real estate, thriving on connecting with clients at every stage of their home buying or selling journey. In addition to sales of single family homes and condominiums, Marci has broad experience in the relocation arena, caring for clients on the corporate level such as Norton, Dow Corning and the University of Louisville.

Much of Marci’s 20+ year career was not in real estate, but in executive management of professional trade associations and teaching. Marci became a licensed REALTOR® to merge all of her previous skills and experience with her genuine interest in people and their needs. She enjoys the personal aspect of real estate where she can build lasting relationships with her clients and play a positive role in their buying or home selling experience.

Clients choose Marci due to her commitment to customer service, ethics, calming perspective and passion for the city of Louisville. She prides herself on building her business on referrals of delighted clients. Relationships are the heart of Marci’s work and she strives to make each one a richly rewarding experience.

A graduate of Western Kentucky University with a master’s degree in European history, Marci lives in Louisville with her husband and college-age stepdaughter. She enjoys cooking, baking, traveling, volunteering with children and animals, and immersing herself in the rich history of Europe when not working with her clients.

Marci is active in the Greater Louisville Association of REALTORS®.

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