Relocations of real estate agents and news of May 21, 2022 | Home & Garden

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Chinowth & Cohen Realtors welcomes Taylor Kerby at his south Tulsa office. Kerby was born in Tulsa and raised in Bixby. She moved with her family to Midwest City, where she graduated from high school. A full-service agent, she knows residential listings in Bixby, Broken Arrow, Owasso, and Tulsa, where she currently lives.

Prior to making the decision to enter the real estate business, Kerby held various positions. She worked as an administrative assistant for an appraiser, owned an equipment brokerage firm, accountant, sales associate and director of a real estate investment firm. His extensive previous experience in real estate related industries now flows seamlessly to his clients. “My knowledge of home valuation and market trends is extremely beneficial, as is my extensive sales experience,” Kerby said.

In addition to his work as a realtor, Kerby is a member of the National Notary Association.

Rod Lessard joined the Bixby office of Chinowth & Cohen Realtors. Lessard has worked as a full-service agent since 2007, both in New Hampshire and Florida before moving to Bixby. He is licensed in Florida and Oklahoma.

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Lessard is familiar with residential and commercial listings in Tulsa and its surrounding communities. He brings his clients the knowledge of his experience as a home improvement contractor and guides them through their real estate transaction with constant contact and communication. He attributes his many years of success to his professionalism, reliability and dedication to achieving their goals.

Lessard is a Certified Distressed Goods Adjuster, Accredited Buyer’s Representative, and is a member of the Disabled American Veterans and the American Legion.

Chinowth & Cohen Realtors welcomes jimmy bray at his Bixby desk. Originally from Illinois, Bray moved to Tulsa with his family. After graduating from Union High School, he attended Oklahoma State University where he earned his Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.

Bray made the decision to enter the real estate business after a career spanning nearly three decades with an oil and gas consulting firm. During this time, he held a variety of positions including inventory accountant, distribution center supervisor, facilities coordinator, IT purchasing manager, corp. asset manager and client service manager. In these positions, he developed excellent customer service, negotiation and problem-solving skills, which he brings to his real estate clients today.

A full-time, full-service agent, Bray is familiar with residential listings in Tulsa, Bixby, Broken Arrow, Grove, and Jay.

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