Ken Turner took his passion for real estate investing and watching HGTV shows, and transitioned his love for real estate into helping home buyers fulfill their dreams. Let his
enthusiasm and knowledge of the CLT Metro market, help you buy or sell your next home. A native of Virginia, Ken acquired his Virginia real estate license in 2008. He continues to
maintain his Virginia license. “Having real estate education in both VA and NC is a valuable tool, to pass along to my clients”.
Kenny earned his Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech, and his Master’s degree from Radford University. He has participated in various facets of the athletic programs of the Hokies and the
Highlanders, and continues to enthusiastically support each institution. He is an avid ACC fan. Please contact Ken Turner, to work together to purchase your next home, sell your current
residence, or locate an investment property.
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