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Mary Taylor

As a life-long Louisville native, Mary Taylor has a true affection for the city she calls home, and enjoys helping others explore its many and varied communities. From in-town neighborhoods to more suburban areas, Mary loves to discover and share the unique offerings of each community with her friends and clients.

Although real estate has not been Mary’s only career, working closely with a friend and mentor at Kentucky Select gave her the kick-start she needed to peruse her passion for real estate. Mary brings an energy and devotion to serving her clients that is contagious, and she thrives on connecting with clients at every stage of their home buying or selling journey.

Mary approaches the profession with loyalty, diligence, availability, and willingness to do everything possible to satisfy her client’s needs. Her organizational skills and positive attitude will be sure to get any job done! Not only does she love the negotiation and business-driven side of the being a REALTOR®, she enjoys the personal aspect of real estate, where she can build lasting relationships with her clients and play a positive role in their home buying or selling experience.

Outside of her real estate career, you will likely find Mary spending time with her friends and family, trying something new on the growing list of great Louisville restaurants, or getting in some quality time with her dog, Lyla.

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Med. List Price: $199,500
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