Written by: Gail Morris
This month's issue:
- Our Communities
- Ready Now Homes
- Realtor Spotlight
- December Events
- Subdivision Changes
- Fun Facts
Robins Ridge II—Trad/Patio
Twin Pines II—Traditional
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Adams Homes Loves Realtors! This month it was my distinct pleasure to sit down with the up and coming real estate mogul Kim Kortleever with Main Street Properties.
Kim has lived in Pensacola most of her life. She is familiar with the ins and outs of the city and the surrounding areas and is what I might call “a local area expert”. It is where she met and married her sweetheart Kyle. They and their two children are active members in the community and most important to them is the family time they spend together.
Before deciding to enter the real estate world Kim was an accomplished High School teacher. She earned the title “Teacher of the Year” at West Florida High School of Advanced Technology the very first year it was open. Truly, an honor bestowed upon a deserving recipient! She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and a Master’s degree in Secondary Science Education. Quality education, to Kim, is a fundamental building block to a child’s success.
After leaving the field of teaching, she went on to work for the Federal Government in the Social Security Administration. Like teaching, her main focus was helping people. Kim has a great respect for others and it would only make sense that she work in a field that allowed her to work hands on with people.
The fact that she is an amazing guide or mentor makes her perfect for a career in real estate. I asked her what the key to her success was. The answer, she genuinely does look out for the best interest of her clients, they trust her. She listens to them and knows what is most important to them and why. She builds her business on integrity, and nothing less will do. It shows in her work and in the way her clients respect her.
Kim has found her niche in working with out of town clients. When they can’t be here, she is their eyes and ears, their “boots on the ground”. She will go out of her way for ANY client, no matter what. Her customers are truly lucky to have her!
Another area of specialty for her is investment properties. Kim owns investment properties herself and has helped others buy or sell them. She has become quite the expert in this field and I, for one, would recommend her as an investment property expert.
Adams Homes considers Kim a valuable member of our team! We look forward to a long and prosperous relationship with her!
Submitted by: Andrea De La Cerna
Site Agent: Southwoods
Main Street Properties
December 3rd – 7th
Snowball Derby, Five Flags Speedway
Pensacola Beach Lighted Boat Parade, 6pm
Hero 5K Walk/Run, Maritime Park, 9-1pm
Surfing Santa Beach Parade, 2pm, Via DeLuna Blvd.
Cox Pensacola Christmas Parade, 5:15-downtown
December 19th – 21st
Nutcracker @ Saenger Theater
Fri. & Sat. @ 7pm, Sun. @ 1:30pm
New Year’s Eve Fireworks, 8pm @ Portofino and Midnight @ Gulf Pier
2 Homes Left – READY IN MARCH
1 Lot Left – AVAILABLE NOW
1 Home Left – READY IN MARCH
Debra Holifield is still available to help you with your purchase in Summerfield, but she is now located at our Logan Place sub-division.
Contact: 850-255-9500 or 850-941-1610.
- The human eye can distinguish about 10 million different colors.
- 1 Puffer Fish contains enough poison to kill 30 people.
- Abraham Lincoln’s son, Robert, was saved from a train accident by Edwin Booth, brother of his father’s killer, John Wilkes Booth.
- No man has been on the moon for over 40 years.
- Every second, Americans collectively eat 100 lbs. of chocolate.
- Movie theater popcorn cost more per ounce than fillet mignon in USA.
- In 1977, we received a signal from deep space that lasted 72 seconds. We still don’t know how or where it came from.
- Astronauts on the International Space Station witness around 15 sunrises and 15 sunsets every day.
- The silhouette on the Major League Baseball logo is Harmon Killebrew.
- It takes 8 minutes for light to travel from the sun to the earth.
See ya next year!