Our Commitment Makes Our Team the Best Choice for Real Estate.



Why choose the Kendle Team?

It’s quite simple… a real estate team that is easy to work with and wants the best for you. Our realtors want to help you find a home that fits all of your budgetary needs along with your dreams and desires. We will work at your pace and give you a comprehensive view of the real estate markets located in Central Ohio whether it’s in Dublin, Westerville, New Albany or the greater Columbus area. We’ll strive to help you find what is right for you along with offering our friendship and expertise along the way. We’re confident that we will be able to help you find your next home or sell the one that you have as you navigate through this exciting chapter in your life.


You aren’t a just a number

We realize that everyone has a unique set of circumstances, and we treat each client as a person and not a number. When you’re ready to work with a realtor in Franklin or Licking counties, we would like the opportunity to meet with you. We never force anyone into contracts, and we want you to feel comfortable with your decision to work with us. Our goal is to look out for what is best for our clients. This may sound cliche, but once you meet the Kendle Real Estate Team face-to-face, this will become very clear. Our realtors are different. We are realtors who care and want to be your number one choice for your real estate needs.

Sound Advice

It’s about knowing where to look for your home

To get to know what the community is like, we suggest driving through the neighborhoods that you’re interested in during the evenings or on the weekends. A good realtor will guide his clients to the homes and neighborhoods that offer the best features and values that fit your particular needs. Familiarity and knowing the Central Ohio market gives our team an advantage over other realtors.

Different commission rates, fees, and listings and marketing services may be offered by other RE/MAX franchisees and sales associations servicing this marketing area.