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    ABOUT CANDACE Candace Kunkel

    Candace has over 20 years of experience selling real estate in Butler County and Sedgwick County. Her dedication to her clients and focus on providing exceptional service has resulted in her being one of the top-selling residential Realtors in these counties.

    Candace currently owns nine rental properties and has years of property management experience. If you are considering becoming an investor, she can help you. She enjoys working for first-time buyers. Her years of experience in remodeling homes can help you with any of your DIY projects. She can advise sellers easily with what repairs need to be done to sell and provide them with a list of trustworthy contractors.

    Candace does have a team of professionals that she works with to assure that your transaction will never be set aside due to any other tasks or clients that need assistance. We have multiple spheres of influence all working together to sell your home. Our team gives attention to all the details of each transaction this allowing you peace of mind. You will always be able to communicate directly with Candace. That is who you hired to represent you, and you shouldn’t expect anything less.

    Candace is a proud supporter of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Butler County, the Kansas Humane Society, the Augusta Historical Theater, and Butler Community College where she graduated with Associates in Science. She served for 6 years on the Board of Trustees for Butler Community College. She also served for 4 years as a Director for Realtors of South Central Kansas. Candace has earned accreditation as a Certified Residential Specialist, Certified Distressed Property Expert and Graduate Realtor Institute.

    Candace understands that different families have different dynamics. Everyone needs to be treated differently which is one reason she loves real estate. She understands that what comes naturally to her can be scary to many clients. She uses compassion to help them find a home that best fits their situation.

    Candace’s family is unique. In 2016 she adopted her son, Kayden, which was her great-nephew. She has cared for him since he was 2 years old. When asked, Candace will say “ I can tell you I had no idea what I was getting myself into, I just knew he needed a chance at a better life. It is sometimes a struggle for both of us, but I find it so rewarding to see him grow and develop. I thank God that it is getting better each day.“ Kayden loves spending time at the lake. Kayden and I ride ATVs, swim and fish. “I have to say it has taken me some time getting used to putting worms on hooks. Life is ever-changing. “

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