A licensed real estate agent since 2018, Courtney Kimball brings a wealth of expertise and a passion for guiding clients through the exciting journey of buying or selling a home. Formerly an interior designer, prior to transitioning to the real estate profession, Courtney honed her skills with renowned national brands like Ethan Allen. Her extensive experience provides her with a keen eye for aesthetics and an intimate understanding of construction, staging, and interior remodeling. This invaluable expertise continues to inform her work as a REALTOR®, allowing her to spot the unique potential in every property.
As a dedicated member of both the Richmond Association of Realtors (RAR) and the National Association of Realtors (NAR), Courtney's commitment to excellence is unquestionable. Courtney's professional ethos is built on a foundation of professionalism, kindness, intelligence, and exceptional patience. She is known for her open and effective communication with her clients, a skill that complements her strong negotiation skills. Courtney is passionate about assisting first-time home buyers and seniors, showcasing her genuine dedication to ensuring that all her clients, regardless of their unique needs, find their dream home. In 2021, she earned the prestigious Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) designation from the NAR, making her an ideal guide for clients over 50 navigating the significant financial and lifestyle transitions associated with aging.
Born in Charlottesville, Courtney spent her formative years in Roanoke before relocating to Richmond in 1983 to pursue her BFA in Interior Design at Virginia Commonwealth University. Beyond her professional endeavors, Courtney's heart is closely tied to her community involvement. She has a strong connection with The Faison Center for Autism and she actively participates in organizations like the Special Abilities Network and Hope Church, reflecting her commitment to making a positive impact in the lives of those around her.
Having resided in a lovingly renovated historic home in Henrico County since 2013, Courtney shares her life with her husband, two adult children, and their lovable Labrador.