Kelly Murray Bloomington, IN

A native North Carolinian and the daughter of a homebuilder and an interior designer, Kelly Murray was destined to pursue a professional career in real estate.

 Kelly was first licensed as a real estate agent in North Carolina in 2007. When she moved to Bloomington 10 years later, she joined a local real estate firm and obtained her Indiana real estate license in 2016. She joined Sterling Real Estate in 2019 as a REALTOR?  and is a member of the Bloomington Board of REALTORS?, and a new member of the Network of Independent Brokers of Bloomington.

 Bloomington?s competitive housing market, and its diverse community and housing choices ? from old to new, traditional to contemporary, and fixer-uppers to move-in-ready ? make Kelly?s job all the more exciting. She is passionate about real estate, and her familiarity with the building trade and new construction gives her clients a valuable advantage. She often shares insights with her residential home-buying clients about home construction, condition and design. She also provides beneficial counsel to her clients who are selling their homes, ensuring that their property stands out from the crowd.

 Kelly graduated from Wake Forest University in 2007 with a B.A. in Communications. She is a member of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington, and served as the co-chair of the organization?s 2019 Annual Auction. Since moving to Bloomington in 2015,  Kelly has become an avid Indiana University Athletics supporter where her husband, Mike, serves as the Assistant Coach for the Hoosier?s Men?s Tennis team.

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?As a Coach with a young family, it is daunting and difficult to move to a new town. Finding the right realtor to help you in the process is a challenge and you hope you can get good advice and a trusted agent. To that end, our experience with Kelly Murray was extraordinary. She instantly felt like family, made it a point to get to know us personally and then worked tirelessly to find us options. That would have been more than enough, but for her, it wasn?t. She taught us about the town, helped us through the process, and advised us through closing. She understood the nuance of the area we were moving to, provided advice specific to our new neighborhood, and made the transition easy. She was always available, kind, honest, and flat-out professional. If you are looking to relocate and need an honest, hard-working and professional realtor that will put you and your family first, look no further.?

? Steve Aird, Head Volleyball Coach Indiana University