Purchasing a property is most likely the bigger financial decision you will ever make. Whether this is your first purchase or you are an experienced buyer, this decision must be made carefully.
It is with great pleasure that Karen welcomes you to Palm Coast Florida, and to her website. With years of experience in the market, she knows how crucial it is for you to find relevant, up-to- date information. The search is over. Her website is designed to be your one-stop shop for real estate in Palm Coast Florida.
This is the moment that you should enjoy the most; looking at the available properties in Palm Coast Florida; imagining yourself living in the home that you have always dreamed about. You don’t want just another database that gives you rehashed property descriptions. You want to walk around the neighborhood from the comfort of your own home. You want to get a clear picture about life in Palm Coast Florida.
What our clientS say
Dear Karen: Gay & I would personally like to take a moment to thank you for all you have done during our recent house sale in Grand Haven. We have used the services of many real estate professionals over the years, but truly must say that our experience with you was "second to none". We sincerely don't believe we've ever seen anyone with more preparation, professionalism and support than you provided to us during this event. From the opening research to the final signature, your performance on our behalf was simply "outstanding". Again, many thanks for a "job well done". Harry & GayHarry & Gay
Karen: Thank you so much for helping me through the process of selling my home. Your expertise and professionalism is greatly appreciated. I also want you to know that when the opportunity arises, I will definitely recommend your services. Sincerely, BetBet
Dear Karen: Thanks again for your exemplary work. You made everything easy and reassuring. It was a pleasure to sell my house because of you. Very best wishes, DonnaDonna
Dear Karen: We want to send our sincere thank you for working with us on our home purchase here in Florida. We have relocated several times and as a result, have worked with a number of real estate agents. By far, working with you was the best experience we have had. After meeting with you to discuss our needs, it was refreshing when we started to view homes and how closely within our needs they were. Your patience and ability to listen and counsel your clients are remarkable in today's busy world. We also appreciated your timeliness and attention to detail when we had questions about the properties and areas we were interested in. We cannot thank you enough for the service and commitment you provided during our home search and purchase process. We certainly hope that we have the opportunity to recommend you in the future to friends or family that are interested to relocating to the Palm Coast area. Sincerely, John and DonnaJohn and Donna
We first met Karen in 2002 when we were visiting Palm Coast for a long weekend. in the next two years we took many more trips to the area and each time Karen was more than happy to spend time with us showing homes and the area. Finally in 2004, we made our decision to buy a new house and Karen guided us through the process flawlessly. Last year we had an opportunity to buy another home which was listed as a short sale. Karen guided us through this unfamiliar process with ease. We then put our first house on the market and Karen sold it in three days. Three perfectly guided transactions!!!Joan and Bruce
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