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Mark Clayton
Mark Clayton
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Passionately invested in his clients and business, Mark Clayton combines an exceptional level of care with a tireless work ethic and a lifelong love of real estate to make the process of buying and selling a home as seamless as possible. His unmatched enthusiasm to exceed your real estate expectations is sincere and will not go unnoticed. Not only does he have the energy and eagerness to help you, but he also has the power, support, reputation and connections of Kentucky Select Properties accompanying him. Operating by a philosophy of care and empathy, he believes that listening is key to providing a high level of service and excels at facilitating a transaction where everyone’s needs are respected.

Before transitioning into real estate, Mark enjoyed a career in professional staffing and project management, where his integrity, cool head under pressure and skill in building rapport with customers resulted in a highly successful business and rave reviews. The same professionalism and attention to detail characterize every client encounter, deal point and contract negotiation now as a real estate professional. 

Originally from Bullitt County, he loves Louisville for its good bourbon and good food. Married with three sons, he is a devoted family man and enjoys being present in their lives. When he’s not working with clients, he is most likely enjoying a nice meal with his wife, being actively involved in his kid’s sports, or playing a round of golf.

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