1900 Eastwood Rd, Ste 38
Wilmington, NC 28403
A Mid-westerner vacationing on the beautiful beaches along the East Coast since the ‘70s, Kathy bought her first piece of paradise on Bald Head Island in the ‘80s, moved to Wilmington NC in 1996. In 1997, she received her real estate license and Broker’s license, followed up with her GRI and ABR and began her third career. Her prior 18 years directing the mortgage banking operation for a multi-billion dollar bank in the Chicago suburbs translated to an advantage for her buyers and sellers. Also, having lived in MI, IL, WI, GA and FL gave her a special understanding of the relocation needs of her clients.
Kathy is a graduate of Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education and was successful in getting seven years of classroom teaching in while raising her three sons.
With Kathy’s background in mortgage finance, knowledge of real estate along the NC coast, her membership not only in the Wilmington Regional Association of Realtors but also in the Carteret County Association of Realtors, she has the ability to represent her buyers as they explore their many options along our beautiful coast.
When not assisting buyers and sellers, Kathy is busy in town affairs, currently serving a fourth term on the town Planning Board and is a member of many advisory boards. She also writes a monthly article on aging in place issues for a local newspaper.
Whether taking an early morning walk on the beach, navigating her Scout 185 Sportfish in the coastal waters, or trying to make par at a local golf course, Kathy never tires of the Carolina blue skies, the endless days of sunshine, the pounding of the surf, the massive old oaks, the brilliant colors of the seasonal flora, watching the pelicans soar above and the egrets gracefully stalking breakfast.
Wouldn’t you like to personally experience the richness of our coastal environment year round and secure your piece of paradise?
Email Kathy at KWerle@IntracoastalRealty.com to begin planning your future along our awesome coast. Isn’t it time to start building fond memories now?