Kirsten Sharpe, Realtor
SRS Seller Representative Specialist
SRES® Senior Real Estate Specialist
I'm a certified SRES® REALTOR, which is a
Senior Real Estate Specialist.
Over the age of 50 and considering selling your home? Or do you have parents that need guidance in downsizing and preparing their home to sell?
You need a REALTOR® with senior experience, knowledge and marketing savvy. I believe in compassion, patience and respect when interacting with my clients.
I will create a customized approach to marketing and selling your property and will work with you to explore your housing options to ensure that your next home best serves your current and future needs.
I have all the resources, education and knowledge to decrease the anxiety of selling your family home. When you need help from other professionals, I have a network of service providers to help down-size/declutter and an extensive list of subcontractors for home repairs and improvements.
So if you're thinking of buying, selling, renting or relocating, I'm a certified SRES® who specializes in this area and I would love to help you. I am more than a Realtor. I offer trust, reliability and results.
I'm heavily involved in our senior community and volunteer for Alzheimer's & Dementia Services of Northern Indiana as a caregiver facilitator. I'm also involved in the Michiana Institute for Successful Aging (MISA). I attend REAL Services senior wellness classes and Alzheimer & Dementia courses. In addition, I give presentations on how to prepare your house to sell for REAL Services and for local senior housing communities. I educate myself on many facets affecting seniors so I can provide you with the best service possible.
Forever Learning Institute
Seniors, 50 years of age or older, come to Forever Learning Institute to enhance and share their knowledge by participating in classes. The classes generally are 8-10 weeks long and are taught by volunteer subject-matter enthusiasts.
The ultimate objective of REAL Services is to assist in establishing a community in which those we serve can maintain their independence to the maximum degree possible and find meaning and satisfaction throughout their lives.
The mission of the Elder Justice Initiative is to support and coordinate the Department’s enforcement and programmatic efforts to combat elder abuse, neglect and financial fraud and scams that target our nation’s seniors.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Services of Northern Indiana (ALZNI) was founded in 1982 and serves 11 counties in Northern Indiana with a broad spectrum of services to help patients, families and caregivers who are facing the challenges imposed by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementia.