Kentucky Real Estate

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Kentucky is located in east central United States, bordering the Ohio River. Kentucky prides itself on producing some of the nation's best tobacco, horses, and whiskey. Tobacco is grown throughout Kentucky, but the greater part of the harvest comes from the Bluegrass region and the Pennyroyal. It also produces corn, soybeans, wheat, fruit, hogs, cattle, dairy products, motor vehicles, furniture, aluminum ware, brooms, apparel, lumber products, machinery, textiles, and iron and steel products. Coal accounts for 85% of the total mineral income. A 2012 real estate survey has estimated the population of Kentucky at 4,339,367.

Bowling Green

    Alice Williams
    Prudential Partners Realty
    Office:(270) 783-4515

    Bobby Hunton
    Prudential Partners Realty
    Office:(270) 783-4515

    Charles Whitley
    Weichert, REALTORS® - The Hunt Group
    Office:(270) 745-9900

    Connie Pittman
    Pittman Realty
    Office:(270) 202-6491

    Donald Sims
    Coldwell Banker Legacy
    Office:(270) 782-2250

    Mobile: (270) 991-3603

    Gregory Raymer
    Raymer Real Estate Services, LLC
    Office:(270) 842-8195

    James Burchett
    Crye-Leike Executive Realty
    Office:(270) 781-3377

    Joan Pendley
    RE/MAX Real Estate Executives
    Office:(270) 781-6000

    Juli Wade
    Coldwell Banker, The Advantage Realtor Group, Inc.
    Mobile: (270) 776-0975
    Office: (270) 586-0912


    Cindy Wright
    Office: (270) 769-9368

    Connie Fischer
    Century 21 Associated LLC
    Office:(270) 737-0655

    David Earls
    Mobile: (502) 974-4199

    Dennis Pickerrell
    Coldwell Banker/McMahan Co
    Office:(270) 234-8600

    Jean Pyles
    Century 21 Associated LLC
    Office:(270) 737-0655

    Lance Shore
    Century 21 Associated LLC
    Office:(270) 737-0655

    Lindsey Johnson
    Premier Plus Properties LLC
    Office:(270) 900-1445

    Lydia Drexler
    Century 21 Associated LLC
    Office:(270) 737-0655

    Marsha Booth
    RE/MAX Executive Group
    Office:(270) 769-1655

    Penny Miller
    Gold Star Realty
    Mobile: (270) 307-2703


    Joy Chapman
    SAVE 4 U Realty
    Mobile: (859) 912-1160

    Kelly Cocagne
    Sibcy Cline Realtors
    Mobile: (859) 250-5724

    Leneda Haun
    Dream Home REALTORS
    Office:(859) 816-0907

    Linda Mildon
    RE/MAX Affiliates
    Office: (859) 344-5751
    Mobile: (859) 802-2815

    Marie Wieder
    RE/MAX Affiliates
    Office:(859) 372-6000

    Melondie Sullivan
    Huff Realty - Florence
    Office:(859) 525-7900

    Mike Becker
    Re/Max Affiliates
    Mobile: (859) 380-5771
    Office: (859) 344-5750

    Mike Dunn
    Huff Realty
    Mobile: (859) 512-5155
    Office: (859) 578-4084

    Myrna Rice
    Cindy B REALTORS
    Toll Free: (800) 305-2606
    Mobile: (513) 638-1566
    Office: (859) 331-6200

    Nancy Brunk
    Realty Executives Select
    Office: (859) 344-0800
    Mobile: (859) 240-3183


    Marcella Mullins
    CENTURY 21 Commonwealth R E
    Office:(502) 226-2121

    Mary Taulbee
    Capital Realty and Investments
    Office:(502) 223-5500

    Mary Lee New
    CENTURY 21 Commonwealth R E
    Office:(502) 226-2121

    Robert Boden
    Capital Realty and Investments
    Office:(502) 223-5500

    Charles Morris
    CENTURY 21 Commonwealth R E
    Office:(502) 226-2121

    Danny Willis
    CENTURY 21 Commonwealth R E
    Office:(502) 226-2121

    David Humes
    Rector Hayden Realtors
    Office: (859) 873-5555

    Dottie Gatewood
    Gatewood & Associates Realty Co
    Office:(502) 695-5555

    H Joy Swatzyna
    CENTURY 21 Commonwealth R E
    Office:(502) 226-2121

    Ashley Trautner
    Trautner Real Estate & Auction
    Office:(502) 223-3200

    Bruce Rankin
    CENTURY 21 Commonwealth R E
    Office:(502) 226-2121

    C. Gary Adkinson
    Coldwell Banker Preferred Realty
    Office:(502) 227-2275

Lexington click here

Lexington is a leading world center for horse breeding and sales. Lexington is also a regional retail, financial, manufacturing, and educational center.

Louisville click here

Louisville is a major port of entry on the southern bank of the Ohio River. Louisville is the economic focus of a large metropolitan area that extends across the Ohio River into Indiana and includes a great variety of industries.


    Greg Kammerman
    RE/MAX Professional Realty Group
    Mobile: (270) 903-0417
    Office: (270) 684-2727

    Amelia Jones
    Real Living/Home Realty
    Office:(270) 684-6221

    Angela Clark
    Tony Clark, REALTORS LLC
    Office: (270) 926-0055
    Mobile: (270) 929-4022

    CENTURY 21 Partners
    Office: (270) 684-2100 Ext. 149
    Mobile: (270) 929-2878

    CENTURY 21 Partners
    Office: (270) 684-2100 Ext. 148
    Mobile: (270) 316-7669

    CENTURY 21 Partners
    Office: (270) 684-2100 Ext. 142
    Mobile: (270) 993-5233

    Connie Barnett
    Real Living/Home Realty
    Office:(270) 684-6221

    Denise Pace
    Tony Clark Realtors
    Mobile: (270) 316-8941

    Diana Brown
    Real Living/Home Realty
    Office:(270) 684-6221

    Century 21 Partners
    Mobile: (270) 316-7257
    Office: (270) 684-2100 Ext. 143

Paducah click here

Paducah is located in western Kentucky. It is a port at the confluence of the Ohio and Tennessee rivers, in a tobacco and fruit-growing area. Industries in the city include uranium enrichment, book publishing, and the manufacture of transportation equipment, aluminum products, and processed food.


    Stacey Kelly
    Jack Adams Properties
    Office:(606) 624-1440

    Don & Lisa Foster
    Prudential Don Foster REALTORS
    Mobile: (859) 582-1100

    ERA Professional Hometown Services
    Home Office: (859) 623-5248

    Linda M Craft
    Kentucky Real Estate Services
    Office:(859) 582-4355

    Pearl Luttrell
    Century 21 Advantage Realty
    Mobile: (859) 661-5438
    Office: (859) 624-5488

    Heather Brockman
    Realty Exec of the Bluegrass
    Office:(859) 624-8700

    Connie Lawson
    Prudential Don Foster Realtors
    Mobile: (859) 353-2853

    Donna Richardson
    Century 21 Advantage Realty
    Office:(859) 624-5488


    Leland Hollis
    Cumberland Realty Group, LLC
    Office:(606) 561-0998

    Linda Nicholas
    Remax Property Professionals
    Mobile: (606) 875-2709
    Office: (606) 676-0555

    Darlene Anderson
    America Realty
    Office:(606) 561-5953

    Coldwell Banker Foster Real Estate, Inc.
    Mobile: (606) 875-7515

    Debbie Morrow
    Century 21 Advantage
    Mobile: (606) 872-0501

    Debbie Riley
    Samuel Ray Godby Realty & Auction
    Office:(606) 678-8189

    Donald Foster
    Coldwell Banker/Foster Real Estate
    Office:(606) 678-4663

    Christopher Hays
    Cumberland Realty Group, LLC
    Office:(606) 561-0998

    Connie Gosser
    Gosser Real Estate
    Office: (606) 679-4422

    Connie Denham
    Samuel Ray Godby Realty & Auction
    Office:(606) 678-8189

More about Kentucky

Tobacco is the leading source of crop income. Kentucky ranks second among the states, after North Carolina, in the production of tobacco and usually accounts for one-quarter of the annual U.S. tobacco crop. The principal types of tobacco grown in Kentucky are burley and dark leaf.

Kentucky's other important cash crops are corn and soybeans, which are grown mainly in the western part of the state, and hay, particularly in the central part of the state. Wheat and forest products are also significant sources of farm income.

Cattle and calves, the most valuable type of livestock in the farm economy, are raised throughout the state. Production of beef cattle is concentrated mainly in the Bluegrass and Pennyroyal areas, which have the best pasturelands in the state. The Bluegrass area is best known, however, for its Thoroughbred horses. Horse breeding, a valuable component in Kentucky's farming sector, is concentrated in the Inner Bluegrass region in the vicinity of Lexington. Hogs are raised in many areas of central and western Kentucky but are most numerous in the Western Coal Field and adjoining sections of the Pennyroyal. Sheep are grazed on the rich pasturelands of the Bluegrass region.

Bituminous coal, by far the most valuable mineral produced in Kentucky, accounted for four-fifths of the state's total mineral production, by value, in the late 1990s. Other valuable minerals produced are natural gas, oil, crushed stone, lime, cement, clays, and gemstones.

In 1997 Kentucky ranked third among the states in quantity of bituminous coal produced, behind Wyoming and West Virginia. Coal is mined in Kentucky's Eastern Coal Field and Western Coal Field. The eastern field is larger and contains a better quality coal, and consequently is the source of the largest share of production. While some surface, or strip, mining is done, most coal comes from a few, very large underground mines.

Oil deposits underlie much of both coalfield areas and also the southern part of the Pennyroyal. The leading oil-producing areas are Union, Henderson, Daviess, Hopkins, and Webster counties in the western part of the Western Coal Field and Lee County on the Cumberland Plateau. Most of the state's output of natural gas comes from gas fields in the easternmost part of the Appalachian Plateaus region.

Crushed stone, lime, and portland cement were the top nonfuel minerals by value of production in 1997. Stone, sand, and gravel are produced throughout the state. The production of lime, used as the binding agent in cement and concrete, is centered in the north of the state. Clays are produced in the Gulf Coastal Plain, where there are high-grade clays suitable for pottery making, and in the northern part of the Appalachian Plateaus region, where fireclays for use in blast furnaces are mined. Kentucky consistently ranks among the top states in the production of gemstones.

The metals and metal-related industries dominated Kentucky's manufacturing in the late 1990s. The largest employers are the automotive and home appliance industries. The manufacture of automobiles and parts for the automotive industry accounted for nearly one-fourth of all the value added by Kentucky's industries in 1996. Other leading manufactures include the making of chemicals, including chemicals for use by other industries, paints, plastics and resins, and adhesives; and the manufactures of industrial machinery, including heating and cooling equipment, computer peripheral equipment, conveyors, trucks and tractors used by industry, and air compressors. Other industries contributing significantly to the state's economy are food processing; printing and publishing; and the manufacture of electronic devices. The Louisville metropolitan area constitutes by far the state's most important industrial center.

Beverages account for nearly one-fourth of the income generated by food-processing industries located in the state. The single most important beverage produced is bourbon, a whiskey that has been called Kentucky's most distinctive product. Kentucky produces more whiskey than any other state. Whiskey distilling is carried on in many places, but the principal center is the Louisville area. Other centers are Owensboro, Frankfort, Lawrenceburg, and Bardstown.

Machinery and electrical equipment, including farm and textile machinery, transportation equipment, especially automobiles, and radio, electronic, and X-ray equipment, are manufactured in the Louisville area and in Covington, Lexington, Paducah, Owensboro, Georgetown, and Bowling Green. Ashland is an important center for heavy industry, particularly the manufacture of steel, coke, chemicals, oil products, and bricks. The manufacture of cigarettes and other tobacco products is concentrated in the Louisville area. This area makes much of the state's metal products and chemicals. It is also the chief publishing and printing center.

Kentucky's extensive coal reserves and abundant water supply provide the state with excellent resources for the generation of electricity. Thermal plants, fueled almost exclusively by coal, generated 97 percent of the electricity in 1999.

Most of the electricity generated in the state is produced at publicly owned power plants, which include those operated by the Tennessee Valley Authority and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Some 3 percent of electricity was produced at a number of hydroelectric generating stations in the state. Among the largest such stations are those at dams on the Ohio, Cumberland, Tennessee and Dix rivers.

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