Susan Tomes Louisville, KY

I would highly recommend Theresa as your realtor.  I had specific ideas about my new home and she listened to me and spent countless hours showing me listings until I found the perfect one.  She was so patient with me and always had a smile and pleasant attitude no matter…

Forrest McCall Middletown, KY

Theresa was incredibly helpful in my home search. Facing a tough market, she was able to guide me in the right direction. Using her real estate expertise I was able to find the perfect home at a great price. I would highly recommend Theresa if you’re looking to buy or…


My mission as a realtor working for my buyer clients is quite simply, to find them the perfect home. That requires a knowledge of Jefferson and Oldham counties that comes from being a lifelong resident and from a deep knowledge of the real estate market. It is my goal to make the buying or selling of a home a positive, relatively stress free experience by keeping clients informed and being responsive to their needs. After all, my clients are or will be my neighbors.

Oldham County

Oldham County is located on Interstate 71 just 25 miles northeast of Louisville, Kentucky and less than 100 miles southwest of Cincinnati, Ohio.  It is an area of remarkable economic growth, great for business and boasts the lowest unemployment rate in the state and the highest per capita income. To find out more about Oldham County, read here!

Jefferson County

Play all day. Play all night. We’re a region who really knows how to play up our strengths. We invented bourbon, the cheeseburger and the Kentucky Derby! We’re the home to the Greatest, Muhammad Ali, the world’s largest indoor bike park, and the Humana Festival! When we come to play, we play hard with a twist of Southern charm. No matter what your version of “Play” is, you’ll find it here in Greater Louisville. To find out more about Jefferson County, read here!


Oldham County also offers a quiet residential lifestyle with new modernized neighborhoods and beautiful farms.  The restaurants are unique and locally owned/managed, the shopping is plentiful and the lifestyle here allows access to quality jobs while enjoying an affordable lifestyle.


Greater Louisville is full of diverse neighborhoods and housing options. Greater Louisville offers pedestrian districts so well-served you don’t need to buy a car, rural areas so secluded you can’t even see your closest neighbor, and everything in between. Greater Louisville perfectly balances the big-city feel without losing its small-town charm.


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