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Let me introduce myself...

Hey there! I'm Kayleigh, and I wear a great many hats: wife, mom, friend, gardener, birdwatcher, board gamer, DIY-er, crocheter, Realtor. I spent years striving for work/life balance until the day I realized that it's really all about work/life integration. My work is my life, and my life is my work. My clients become my family, and sometimes my family comes along with me. My clients get 100% of my time, care, and attention, and I'm so grateful that I get to do this job every day. 

I'm not your typical business women-While you can usually find me in the office at some point most days, I'm often answering phone calls and fielding emails with a toddler on my hip, squeezing in a few quick showings in the morning before I pick up the big kid from school, meeting another mom for coffee, or inviting a potential client over for brunch at my kitchen table to talk about listing their home. While my "job" is to help people through the process of buying and selling their home, I don't consider myself to have a "job description", and that's what makes it so great!


I'm a proud cop wife of a Madison Police Department SWAT officer and mom to two daughters, Felina and Waylon. Together, we live on the west side of Madison with our dog Lewis and cat Dillon where we own several rental properties and love doing home renovation projects together.


A few fun facts...

​10 things you might...or might not know about me:

  • I'm an Ennegram 1w2

  • I played trumpet in the UW Marching band!

  • I've seen Ben Folds in concert 5 times

  • I've been skydiving-twice (And then I decided I prefer my feet on the ground!)

  • I grew all of my own wedding flowers

  • I taught my own grandma how to crochet

  • I love to party plan and throw a killer Friendsgiving dinner for 20+ friends every fall

  • I'm proudly left-handed (I call it correct-handed!)

  • I met my husband after he pulled me over, and I'd love to tell you the story!

  • My favorite Disney movie is Alice in Wonderland

Home isn't just a place, it's a feeling.
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