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Mitch Schiller

As a third generation Realtor®, Mitch Schiller has been involved with real estate his entire life. Growing up around two of the top agents in Louisville, his mother and grandmother, he learned that being successful means putting clients first. A graduate of Trinity high school and the University of Kentucky, Mitch has spent the majority of his life in and around the Louisville area and takes pride in calling Louisville home.

Prior to joining his mom, Pam Schiller, in real estate, Mitch worked in sales for a power tool manufacturer. Traveling the east coast to visit some of the largest construction expositions in the nation allowed him to learn home-improvement first-hand. He later found himself in the small town of Columbus, Georgia where he returned to his passion of whitewater kayaking, running social media for a high-adventure company and teaching people the sport of kayaking. Mitch spent a great deal of time volunteering with Team River Runner and Warriors on the Water. These programs were for active and veteran military who wanted to get on the water and learn how to whitewater kayak. Since moving back to Louisville, Mitch is a member of the local Louisville Viking Canoe club and still enjoys teaching the sport.

With a background in sales and marketing combined with his passion for helping others, he is a natural in meeting the needs of his clients. In his free time, Mitch enjoys being outside and going to all of the great parks Louisville has to offer. He appreciates going to live concerts and performances at his favorite venue - the historic Louisville Palace.

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Med. List Price: $189,999
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