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About Kim Ward
As far back as 1989, Kim and her husband, Dave, began purchasing and renovating residential property. They did this while working full time and raising four children. From these experiences, Kim learned valuable critical thinking skills, successful time management, and how to nurture relationships.
In 1994 Kim made the decision to become a Real Estate Advisor. In this capacity, she draws on her in-depth knowledge of the real estate industry to assist others with their real estate needs.
Today, 80% of her business is focused on helping Estate Representatives and Attorneys through the process of preparing, marketing, and selling houses in probate or trust administration.
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