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Shannon Edwards
Home Builders Association, Younger Women's Club
Fax: (502) 899-9166

When purchasing or selling an existing home or building your dream home in the Louisville area, Shannon Edwards will provide the professional and personal service you need to navigate today’s complex market.  Shannon realizes every transaction is different as well as a client’s needs.  She makes every effort to ensure her clients are treated with an unsurpassed level of personal service.  She is passionate about real estate and has over 20 years of sales experience including a background in mortgage financing.

Shannon is a graduate of the University of Louisville School of Business and lives in St Matthews with her husband, Todd and their three children, Jordan, Cameron, and Ireland.  Her husband is a Residential Appraiser and they have also enjoyed remodeling property for resale as well as managing their rental properties. Shannon is a dedicated volunteer for Catholic and Jefferson County Public Schools and feels fortunate to be involved on the PTSA Board and to serve many local charities in the area.  

Clients know Shannon has their best interest at heart and will use her past experience and ability to work well with people and utilize her many contacts to ensure the smoothest transaction and make you feel at ease through every step.  Shannon is proud to be a part of the best real estate team in Kentucky.

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Total Properties: 7,832
Med. List Price: $194,250
Month/Month Chg.: 7.95%
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The Art of the Hunt - Don't Blink If You're in the Market for A Home Priced Under $300,000 (Business First, April 2019)
Homebuyers Ben and Sara Doninger could write their own chapter of a book outlining the pitfalls of Louisville’s fast-paced residential market. The recently married couple spent ... Read more