We maximize our clients' dollars.
The PAG Team
Keith has more than 30 years of experience in real estate brokerage, which has included local market analysis, purchasing and selling
strategies, and land development of a high-end property. His real estate career can be characterized by first-rate customer service along with keen attention to detail, hard work, and dedicated follow-through. And, his team of experts share these same qualities and skills. The Pro Agent Group customers always receive unsurpassed service.
After spending 20 years as a Vice President of a very successful marketing, customer service, and consulting company in the
hospitality industry, Katie joined The Pro Agent Group in 2021. She brings an abundance of talent and experience to their operations in marketing, customer service, and revenue management initiatives and strategies.
Working together, Keith and Katie pursue the same primary goal for each client: Maximize each client’s dollars.
As an entrepreneur, I have purchased multiple businesses, houses and commercial properties in my 62 years. I have never had the pleasure of working with such a professional and detailed realtor as Keith Courtney. He went exponentially beyond our expectations on all aspects of every house that we looked at and steered us clear of some not-so-obvious pitfalls with some of them. We have finally found our perfect home and without him, it would not have happened. I would recommend him without question. He has not only done a fantastic job all around, he has become a true friend.
Helping you to keep the pulse on real estate news, investment/vacation home trends, and much more.
By Amber Randall, Florida Realtors, May 16, 2022.
"Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association’s April data shows interest rates reach their highest levels in more than 10 years, indicating the market could be cooling off as overall monthly sales drop for the second time this year."
By Redfin, May 17, 2022
"Real estate historically swings from a buyer’s market to a seller’s market, and early 2022 signs suggest it’s moving toward a balance between the two."
"Home prices statewide were up 23.1% year-over-year in April. At the same time, the number of homes sold fell 19.1% and the number of homes for sale fell 19.0%."