Lori Kindle

Lake Norman Realty, Mooresville Williamson

Serving Lake Norman Since 1978. Our experience runs deep!

About Lori Kindle

I started a career in real estate 30 years ago, but life events would steer me to a successful 29 years with United Airlines in sales and VIP services where I catered to a very diverse clientele. I am known for my ability to listen, understand and fulfill the customer needs, communicate calmly, yet effectively, and tenaciously work through issues to a satisfying result. Today as a real estate specialist I bring those skills and talents to an eqally broad spectrum of discriminating clients.My business approach is simple and honest: whatever your needs are, I'll listen and match you to the right property and then ensure a smooth and efficient transaction. I have the resources, knowledge and skills to take you from showing to closing. Whether buying or selling, this will be one of the biggest financial investments of your life, so I take the trust you place in me seriously. As a buyer, you will find that there are so many beautiful communities and properties to choose frrom that have the potential to fit your lifestlyle and budget.I am originally from Ohio, and lived in Northern Virginia before moving to historic Terrell with my husband Dave where we share our home with Clyde, our playful schnauzer. We have enjoyed lake living for over 15 years and have made our closest friendships here. Planting roots in the Lake Norman area with its recreational, cultural, and social opportunities has been one of my best decisions. Let me help you make one of your best decisions!

Latest Blog Posts

Dec 13 2017 38195 1

What is the Cost of Waiting Until Next Year to Buy? We recently shared that over the course of the last 12 months, home prices have appreciated by 7.0%. Over the same

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Nov 1 2017 38195 1

Renting or Buying…Either Way, You're Paying Someone's MortgageThere are some people who have not purchased homes yet because they are uncomfortable taking on the obligation of a mortgage. Everyone

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Sep 19 2017 38195 1

Here are five reasons listing your home for sale this fall makes sense. 1. Demand Is Strong The latest Buyer Traffic Report from the National

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