Scott Boehnlein is the Broker and Owner of Family Realty, a full-service residential real estate agency in Louisville, KY. A born and raised Louisvillian, Scott is a graduate of St. Xavier High School and the University of Kentucky, where he received his BA in Business Administration. Scott began his real estate career in Florida before moving back to Louisville in 2003 to start Family Realty. He is married to Elizabeth and has twin boys, Scott and George.
As the Broker/Owner, Scott has developed Family Realty into one of the fastest growing real estate firms in the area. With over $259 million in total sales to date, Family Realty ranks among the top agencies in the city. The company also boasts an A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau.
Scott prioritizes building strong relationships with his clients, which, along with the aggressive marketing and negotiation skills that are second to none, truly sets Family Realty apart. Scott epitomizes integrity, high energy, hard work, and true care and attention to detail with every aspect of your real estate transaction. He draws upon his comprehensive knowledge and extensive real estate experience and foresight in order to proactively address and mitigate any issues before they become a problem, which is a tremendous asset in the industry. He is an honest, hard-working family man who does everything in his power to ensure every client’s absolute success and happiness, and the reviews from past customers speak for themselves.
The personalized care and service you receive from Family Realty is unsurpassed.
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