Experience and expertise make the difference in real estate, and Kerie Turner offers this edge to every home buying or selling customer she serves.
In addition to her real estate expertise, Kerie offers the added advantage of her training and talent as an interior designer. Prior to launching her residential sales career, Kerie was personally involved in the design and construction of more than 125 homes with a respected builder.
She continues to draw upon this knowledge as she counsels her selling clients on how to prepare their home to be competitive on the market. She also brings a keen eye for identifying a home's potential that helps her buying customers find their dream home even when it may still be a diamond in the rough.
Beyond professional expertise, Kerie has the heart and empathy of a corporate wife and mother who has bought and sold nine homes in six different cities. She intuitively gives the support that clients value as they deal with the ups and downs of a relocation. Understanding what a move means to a family, Kerie works tirelessly to provide the information and resources to help every member of the household put down new roots.
My job is more than finding that perfect home or selling a home, says Kerie, who has been married to her husband, Neal, for 35 years. It involves making a house a home.
A graduate of Texas State University and Texas Tech University, Kerie and her family live in Plano where she has been active with numerous organizations including the Boys and Girls Club of West Plano. Kerie has two sons. One a graduate of Texas A&M and the second son a graduate of Texas Christian University. Both work in the Dallas area. She is also a member of Prestonwood Baptist Church and active with the alumni of Chi Omega Sorority.
"My family means the world to me, and I love meeting other families. It is very important to me to get to know them and their unique housing needs," says Kerie. "This is a profession where you are constantly motivated to be the best you can be, because it truly makes a difference in someone else's life."