Our new feature, Agent Spotlight. We begin with our Broker, Tom Biederman. Read on……
Q: Why do you enjoy being a real estate agent?
A: The foundation answer is that I like to help people, secondarily, I love land, always have, always will.
Q: What was your funniest experience in real estate?
A: I took an elderly lady to see a large house on a farm which was vacant. However I could hear some kind of noise inside, so I knocked with no response, so I open the door and a WHITE OWL flew right at me, scaring the%#$T of me and nearly give the lady a heart attack!
Q: Where was the strangest place you did a closing?
A: The hood of my truck.
Q: Describe the property you enjoyed selling the most?
A: Indian Mound Farm from the David Rockefeller Estate to Golden Age Farm. 410 acres, absolutely beautiful historic property with a real Indian Mound (burial ground). The buyers were they only folks that saw it, looked at it once, made an offer of $14,000 per acre ($5,400,000) and closed three weeks later.
Q: Why should people let you help them with their real estate needs?
A: I say this a lot and so far I’ve been true “I refuse to let someone buy a bad piece of property, I want happy neighbors”
Q: What do you love the most about living in Kentucky?
A: February!….just kidding. I do like at least three of the seasons. But back to an earlier answer. I love land and Kentucky has some of the best land in the world. I also love the grit, integrity, common sense, and grace of true Kentuckians.