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Katie Pehlke

Thanks for visiting my website! I was born in Louisville, KY and attended the University of Georgia, 1986-1990.  Having followed jobs to Nashville, Tampa and Orlando,  I was fortunate enough to make my way back home in 1999.

I am thrilled to say I am that 5% of workers who LOVE what they do!

Over the years I have had the opportunity to follow my dreams of buying and selling homes. 

Helping others in this process has proven to be even better. Yes, it can be a stressful time but I feel my job is to make it as fun, exciting and stress-free as possible.

As a full time career professional I will walk you through the entire process: the search (the best part!), contract negotiation, inspections, financing, to the closing table and beyond, if you need it!  Having moved numerous times over the years, renovating kitchens, baths and more I can help you find the best and most affordable contractors, painters, electricians, plumbers and handymen.  If you are selling your home I know how and where to find buyers and get them through your front door.   

Louisville has it all to offer, from the best local restaurants and coffee shops to family friendly neighborhoods and great urban living.  I believe my job is to help you find an area of town that you can call home.

The wonderful thing about living in different cities and states is that you realize that Louisville, KY is the best place in the world to live!  There are so many fabulous parts of town to choose from for your specific needs.  When the time comes I would love the opportunity to successfully help find your niche in the ''ville!

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Louisville Area Market Stats
Total Properties: 8,010
Med. List Price: $189,900
Month/Month Chg.: -1.35%
Avg. Days on Market: 140
New Listings Today: 17
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