Top-rated lgbtq agents in louisville

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Robert - Gay Realtor

My dedication is to be “YOUR” REALTOR! When you contact me to put your real estate on the market, I represent you and only you! At times, a Listing agent has the opportunity to represent both the seller and the buyer in a transaction. I believe more

Cathy - Gay Realtor

Professional, respectful, friendly and dedicated - working hard to provide solutions to your real estate needs! Serving the area's Gay/Lesbian/Bi/Transgendered community. I take pride in handling your search and purchase in confidence. I am also more

Jason - Gay Realtor

Although I hail from north Central Indiana, I've called Louisville home for over 20 years and have seen and experienced this city's tremendous growth. My passion for real estate has been fueled by my love of architecture, historic homes, restoration and more

Michael - Gay Realtor

Michael was born in Louisville, raised in Oldham County, and is a near life-time resident of Louisville. Having lived in Atlanta, GA for several years where he worked in commercial real estate working in hotel development, he ultimately returned “home” more

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Louisville, KY, Top LGBT Neighborhoods and Home Prices
Since 1875, the horse-racing world has turned its attention to what was once a little town in Kentucky for the running of one of the most famous races in the world. If you asked anyone to name a horse race, the Kentucky Derby is probably the only one they can think of, and to the citizens of Louisville, it takes over their lives once a year. This huge event may be what brings thousands of people to the city, but for those who live there, it’s by far just one small reason why they love living ...more
Louisville Kentucky- A Gay-Friendly Mix of Historic and Indie Lifestyles
Louisville is known for being home to the Kentucky Derby but it also very well known for being a welcoming gay enclave in the American South. The city is treasured for its old Victorian homes as well as well as its stunning eighties style examples of post-modernism with lots of green glass and copper domed roofs.  It is physically located right on the Ohio River on the border between Kentucky and Indiana and was founded way back in 1778.  It is considered to be part of the rehabilitated ...more
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