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Christy Dodds

Born and raised in Louisville, Christy has truly found her calling selling real estate to both natives of her city, and to newcomers from all across the world. Christy loves nothing more than re-connecting with an old friend, or turning a new client into a friend, by guiding them through the often complex buying and/or selling process. She takes the time to truly engage with her clients, asking the right questions and really listening to understand their responses. From the very first consultation to closing of a sale – and beyond, Christy will make you feel ease while helping you to navigate seamlessly through the many moving parts of each transaction. A true full-service Realtor®, Christy’s favorite part of the job is sharing design ideas and staging homes for clients to ensure that the home shows to its full potential for prospective buyers. There is nothing more rewarding than helping clients achieve a quick and painless sale! 


What others are saying:

The search for our new home lasted six months. During that six month process Christy and David were patient, understanding of our needs, and worked vigorously in finding us a new home. They constantly updated us with potential new homes and there was never an issue of their availability when we  wanted to see a property. When it was time to sell our home they helped us with staging and held back-to-back open houses. Buying and selling a home is stressful but Christy and David made the process smooth and I'm thankful for them.

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Total Properties: 8,269
Med. List Price: $189,900
Month/Month Chg.: -2.62%
Avg. Days on Market: 135
New Listings Today: 79
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