Kate Kenney, Broker

Kate Kenney Broker

Raleigh - Midtown - North Hills
4350 Lassiter @ N. Hills #112, Raleigh, NC
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Kate Kenney… When Experience and History Matter.

Kate is a native of Raleigh and has served the real estate needs of the Triangle for over 30 years!  She grew up inside the beltline and graduated from Ravenscroft School in 1980.  After completing a Batchelor's Degree at Clemson University, she returned to Raleigh and began her real estate career.  She has worked in various positions within the real estate industry, including:  Sales, New Home neighborhoods, Owner of Kenney Real Estate, and was a Managing Broker for Coldwell Banker HPW.  She has won numerous awards for her career and trained many agents getting started in the business.

Kate's family has a history in local real estate, dating back to the early 1900's.  Her grandfather, Henry Faucette was one of the founding members of the Board of Realtors and also served as President of that organization.  He participated in the development of some of the most desirable areas inside the beltline, including being the Developer of Five Points.  Kate's father, Stephen R. Kenney began his career in the late 1950's and also served as the President of the Raleigh Board of Realtors and the North Carolina Association of Realtors.  He was also chosen Realtor of the Year for Wake County during his career.  Kate's brother, Steve Kenney became a very successful developer in this area after retiring from a nine year career in the NFL.  He has been awarded Developer of the Year. Her oldest son, Cole Gonet is a fourth generation Raleigh Realtor, specializing in Commercial Real Estate with Savills Studley.

Kate absolutely loves working in real estate.  She has a passion for the business and very strong desire to please her clients. When experience and history matter... choose Kate Kenney!


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