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Patrice McGee Combs
Realtor

For Patrice, a career in real estate sales is the result of a life-long love of houses. She can never resist an open house or the chance to attend a Homearama. She enjoys remodeling homes which allows her to help buyers envision the potential of each property. A strong believer in the power of knowledge, Patrice is constantly attending classes and researching new ways to provide better service to her clients. She is technologically savvy and stays current on ways to market and research homes.

Prior to joining Kentucky Select Properties, Patrice worked in non-profit for eight years as a special events and annual fund manager. She believes the home buying and selling process is a lot like putting together that perfect event, knowing her client's likes and dislikes and paying attention to the smallest detail. This makes Patrice a great match-maker and assures she will find the perfect home for her buyer and the perfect buyer for her seller.

She is eager to share her market research with sellers, leading to higher profits and fewer days on the market. For her buyers, this means they are always aware of the latest listings so they can be the first to pass through the doors, thereby increasing their chances of finding their dream home before someone else does!

Are you interested in reviewing your home investment? Patrice can give you a complimentary review of your home's value in relationship to your neighborhood. Just give her a call!

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Louisville Area Market Stats
Total Properties: 7,622
Med. List Price: $175,000
Month/Month Chg.: -2.72%
Avg. Days on Market: 155
New Listings Today: 61
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First Half of 2018 Louisville Market Review
The first half of the 2018 Louisville real estate market was marked by home prices continuing to rise faster than a porch thermometer on a sweltering July afternoon. From January 1 through June 30, ... Read more