I have been selling real estate since 1988 specializing in residential sales, new construction homes, relocation, and investment properties. A multi-million-dollar sales leader, I've worked with a diversified mix of developers, builders, and individuals. My interest in real estate grew out of my prior communication, marketing, and sales background.
I enjoy working with both buyers and sellers in all price ranges. Having sold hundreds of properties – both new and resale – during my career, I make a substantial personal investment in each home I list. I market them with my time, ingenuity, and advertising dollars to ensure a speedy and successful sale. I offer extensive experience and practical knowledge of the Greater Louisville area real estate market. Helping my clients make quality decisions comes naturally to me. My personal and professional motto is “to always do what’s right”. My clients can be confident in knowing that I strive to deliver service with their interests foremost in mind by helping them make wise real estate decisions. My goal is to create customers for life.
I believe in giving back to the community where I work and live. I am extremely active in my church, in my neighborhood, and in numerous other community service activities. My personal interests include boating, beaching, and watching the Kentucky Wildcats. I am also an active investor, having renovated/rehabbed a number of homes for resale.
I stay well informed on issues that can affect the rights of homeowners. My clients can rest assured that I will keep them up to date on changing policies and laws regarding real estate. Experience, education, professionalism, and superior negotiation skills qualify me to handle all of your real estate needs.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ | Marsha Morris
Several years ago my husband & I were just beginning to think about selling our house. A friend at Church mentioned that her neighbor was a realtor. I invited her to come to Shelby County and look over our mini-farm and provide us with a realistic estimate of what needed to be done to make it market-ready. That realtor was Katrina Blomquist. She was delightful, winning my husband over on her first visit. And she seemed to know her business.
Due to a variety of other factors, our plans were put on hold for a couple of years. During that time, Katrina would check on us and our status, but in a friendly way rather than pushing us to do business. She always answered any of my questions and invited me to call anytime I needed information.
When the time finally came to put our house on the market, we called Katrina. She made a list as she did a “walk-through” of the house and the entirety of the property. She provided names of possible contractors for some of the work and worked at helping us to find the “right person” for the job.
When we finally put it on the market, she called with two offers on the second day. We rejected both. One of them made another offer the next day, which we accepted. We couldn’t be happier — a family that needed space bought our property.
Every step of the way, I felt that our lack of knowledge was more than compensated for by Katrina’s vast knowledge and experience. She was always positive and reassuring.