Kate Charlton

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Kate Charlton

Kate Charlton

Licensed Associate Real Estate Broker

Kent Brokerage

9 Maple Street
Kent, CT 06757
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Location! Location! Location!  A golden rule of real estate, Katie knows it inside and out. She’s also a seasoned broker in Texas and Florida with in-depth market knowledge from 40+ years of buying, selling and developing luxury properties in Texas, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, New York and New Jersey.

Whether buying or selling, Katie’s capabilities always exceed her client’s expectations.  She’s tenacious, optimistic, conscientious, energetic and reliable with diverse expertise that can solidify the best price and terms in every transaction...

Location! Location! Location!  A golden rule of real estate, Katie knows it inside and out. She’s also a seasoned broker in Texas and Florida with in-depth market knowledge from 40+ years of buying, selling and developing luxury properties in Texas, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, New York and New Jersey.

Whether buying or selling, Katie’s capabilities always exceed her client’s expectations.  She’s tenacious, optimistic, conscientious, energetic and reliable with diverse expertise that can solidify the best price and terms in every transaction.  Katie excels in staging all types of properties highlighting the most marketable features whether a quaint village home or a large spread out in the country.

After all, as a cattle rancher and cutting horse non-pro herself, Katie certainly knows the ropes of farm and ranch real estate. Plus, she’s working on attaining a highly regarded NAR Accredited Land Consultant designation.

Katie’s main goal with every client is service, commitment and complete satisfaction. Taking a detailed approach to every transaction Katie uses her organizational, interpersonal and management skills gained as a Restauranteur in New York City to help her sail smoothly through real estate transactions.  When called upon, she also applies these same skills to managing seven grandchildren. When she gets time for herself, you will find her outdoors fishing, biking, horseback riding, snowboarding, hiking and trying to capture the beauty of the northeast in watercolor.

Location! Location! Location!  A golden rule of real estate, Katie knows it inside and out. She’s also a seasoned broker in Texas and Florida with in-depth market knowledge from 40+ years of buying, selling and developing luxury properties in Texas, Georgia, Florida, Colorado, New York and New Jersey.

Whether buying or selling, Katie’s capabilities always exceed her client’s expectations.  She’s tenacious, optimistic, conscientious, energetic and reliable with diverse expertise that can solidify the best price and terms in every transaction.  Katie excels in staging all types of properties highlighting the most marketable features whether a quaint village home or a large spread out in the country.

After all, as a cattle rancher and cutting horse non-pro herself, Katie certainly knows the ropes of farm and ranch real estate. Plus, she’s working on attaining a highly regarded NAR Accredited Land Consultant designation.

Katie’s main goal with every client is service, commitment and complete satisfaction. Taking a detailed approach to every transaction Katie uses her organizational, interpersonal and management skills gained as a Restauranteur in New York City to help her sail smoothly through real estate transactions.  When called upon, she also applies these same skills to managing seven grandchildren. When she gets time for herself, you will find her outdoors fishing, biking, horseback riding, snowboarding, hiking and trying to capture the beauty of the northeast in watercolor.

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Testimonials

The team was awesome! Kate stayed on top of every detail.

Dennis & Teresa Jenson

The team was awesome! Kate stayed on top of every detail.

Dennis & Teresa Jenson

I would like to thank you for your direct participation in representing your client on my purchase of 177.44 acres of farm and ranch land in the Huntsville and New Waverly area. Your extensive knowledge of this type of property made the purchase possible. There were several major obstacles that should have prevented this transaction from closing, but with your guidance, perseverance and rural property expertise, the closing did take place. Any realtor without the 13nn/ranch expertise that you have could not have been successful at putting all the pieces and entities together to make the closing possible. Your agency is to be commended on their ability to present these type properties. Many, if not most. Real Estate agencies or agents do not possess that valuable expertise. You represented your client well - with honesty and integrity. I had a realtor representing me as the Buyer's agent we both appreciate you as a person and as a top notch Real Estate agent. I look forward to working with you again. You deserve full credit for this transaction having been successfully completed.

Doyle

This is a letter of appreciation and affirmation for the endorsement of Kathleen Charlton as a Realtor who is well qualified as a Land Consultant. To illustrate the complexity of accomplishing the difficult task of a most intertwined transaction, requires a factual understanding. Here is the case study: As an owner of a (15+) acre Ag zoned tract of ground for a small Equine operation: I needed additional ground for an exercise area - as the initial (15) acres was sufficient for pasture and turn-out paddocks; but, fell just short of a sufficient exercise area. My only option was to purchase ground from a neighboring farm that had been sold to developers. Shortly after commencing work in 2006 these developers defaulted and succumbed to the recession of 2008. All of the pre-sale (10+) acre Equine Tracts (never IJUilt upon) that the developer had recorded with Planning and Zoning on a sub-divided plat map -were in some stage of foreclosure by various banks. Because of a most watchful eye, Katie was successful in finding the first foreclosed Tract to appear in the Multiple List - even though it indicated no available access. This created a new challenge. Moreover, there was another major hurdle in that the former farm property (neighboring my (15) ac existing tract) was at the end of a privately owned neighborhood road controlled by an old-school Developer who wanted to acquire (and subsequently did acquire) most all of the original defaulted Developer property. So there was no chance of securing permission from this road-controlling second Developer to acquire a driveway cut-in to the cul-de-sac - ending at the entrance to the Foreclosed Farm property. Fortunately, Katie discovered that the original owner/farmer (who had retained a portion of the Development Property) still controlled the entrance to the would-be Equine Development. New, because Katie had researched the Plat map of the defunct Equine Develo1Jment: she realized that the surveyed Tract #1 piece protruded-out over the Farmer's asphalt driveway. When made aware of this staked-out intrusion into his driveway: a suggestion from the Buyer (me) and the Agent (Katie) that perhaps an agreed. up.remedy (le: altering the Tract #1 survey to include part of a (/l_uw oh11lt-Te.J previously planned cul-de-sac,.and the elimination of the variance incursion into his driveway) might make for a settled solution. So, with the legal contribution of a quality Real Estate Lawyer (recommended by Katie): we, then, were able to secure access with a proper Deed of Ingress and Egress. In Conclusion, had it not been for Katie Charlton's diligence and perseverance - my wife and I never would have obtained a lovely and large parcel of old cattle farm turf for our Equine Exercise Area.

Lampton
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