Kim Priestap

Agent

  • 231-632-5082
  • 231-946-1384
  • 231-922-2350
  • 402 E Front St
    Traverse City, MI 49686
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Welcome!

If you're here, it's because you're looking to buy and/or sell a house. I can help you. Coldwell Banker's vast online and traditional marketing resources combined with my marketing and communication experience make me an outstanding source for your real estate needs. 

I have a Master of Arts in English and a Bachelor of Education in English. I taught English at Monroe County Community College in Monroe Michigan; Owens Community College in Northwood, Ohio; and The University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. 

After teaching for eight years, I entered private industry in marketing. I was a Product Manager in Foodservice Glassware at Libbey Glass, a part of Libbey Inc. Before that I was a Marketing Assistant at Matrix Technologies. 

More about me: I was born and raised in Toledo, Ohio where I met and married my husband. We spent quite a bit of time in Northern Michigan, where we vacationed in Traverse City a lot. We loved the many beaches, peninsulas, the restaurants, the shops, and the up north experience that only Traverse City could offer us. Each time we visited, my husband and I fantasized about living here. After several years, we finally decided to take the leap and move here. My husband, three children and I now call Traverse City home and we couldn't be happier.

Are you selling your home?

If you are thinking of selling your home, now is the time to do it and I'd love to help. My background is in marketing and communication, so I know how to market your home so it is seen by the buyers you want. I am also well versed in online social media and know the positive impact the internet can have in marketing and ultimately selling your home. 

Looking for your dream home?

It's great to live in Traverse City. If you're a native to the area, a retiree, or a transplant, you'll find your dream home here and I can help. As far as I'm concerned, you're not just buying a home, you're buying into the Traverse City Experience. I listen to what my clients want and need in a home and work hard to find them the perfect home that fits their criteria. 

My favorite things in Long Lake Township

Why I live in Traverse City

My husband Steve and I have been married for 16 years and have three goofy and wonderful kids who have this strange ability to make me laugh one minute and pull my hair out the next. In fact, one of the biggest reasons my husband and I relocated our family to Traverse City was because we knew it was a great place to raise our kids. Its culture, outdoor activities and beauty are only a few of the benefits to living here. What I think I love most about Traverse City is that it's a small town with a cosmopolitan feel of a much larger city.

Find me online

You can find me online:

Kim Priestap, Traverse City Realtor

Kim Priestap, Traverse City Realtor

Designations

  • Realtor
  • Women's Council of Realtors
  • Equal Housing Opportunity

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