Kelly knows houses, from the floorboards to the rafters. But he also knows a home represents more than its construction.
At age 23, he started a business renovating houses, so families could turn them into homes. He watched as potential buyers imagined their sofa in front of the fireplace. Their pictures on the walls. Laughter in the kitchen. Bikes in the garage.
Now, as he works to build strong relationships with members, he understands that homebuyers are looking for more than shelter. They’re looking for a place to build memories. He’s proud to play a part in helping them find it.