Kathryn Kennedy’s passion for real estate derives from her lifelong appreciation of beautiful homes. “I’ve always had a keen interest in interior design and architecture,” the Coldwell Banker Burnet agent notes. “From our very first home in Minneapolis, my husband and I were hooked on reconstructing and renovating our properties then selling our vision and the final product to someone else who loved it.”
Kennedy’s interest in design flows into her work in real estate. As an independent agent, she has the flexibility to personally work with clients through each phase of buying and selling. “I love helping with the staging and editing of homes before they go on the market,” she explains. “I constantly study design magazines and often find inspiration when traveling abroad. I enjoy bringing a global aesthetic home to the Twin Cities.”
The St. Paul native’s familiarity with the urban space gives her a unique perspective and opportunity to meld history with modern lifestyles. “I love to find homes for my clients that reflect their character traits as well as the personality and history of the area,” Kennedy says. “Houses are like people: No two are exactly alike, and each has its own personality. Who lived in it? Did they entertain? Did they have a family? At the end of the day, I help people find homes that match not only their personalities but their unique lifestyles.”
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