Kenzie | 507-271-0557
Kathy | 507-358-5111
Kenzie | 507-271-0557
Kathy | 507-358-5111
The goal of the Home Finder Team, Kathy Anderson and Kenzie Meyers, is to provide the highest level of service and support to clients. Kathy has been an agent for 20 years and specializes in residential real estate. She has had the honor of helping over 500 families throughout the years and is in the top 10 of Coldwell Banker Agents in Minnesota. Kenzie graduated from Winona State University with a finance degree, worked in the insurance industry and started her career in residential real estate in 2021. She found quick success as an agent and you might recognize her from the helpful videos she has posted on Instagram & Facebook for new buyers.
The Home Finder Team offers a dynamic level of service to clients with a team approach providing experience, a fresh perspective and the latest technology paired with good old-fashioned hard work. Their team is supported by Kylie Brunkhorst, Coldwell Banker Nybo & Associates Office Manager. Kylie creates professional marketing materials in print, online and through social media and behind the scenes makes sure the home buying and selling process goes smoothly for clients.
The team is also a part of the Home for Heroes organization. Homes for Heroes was established in Minnesota after 9-11 as a way to say thank you and give back to Heroes. A Hero is an individual in law enforcement, firefighters/EMTs, teachers, healthcare professionals and military. As an affiliate, they give back a portion of their commissions to Heroes in the form of a check when they buy or sell a home. Every person has a significant role in society, but Heroes are sacrificing more than just 40 hours a week of their time. They run into a burning home while everyone else is running out. They are the ray of sunshine for the child that does not want to go home after school. They are holding the hands of a sick patient in their last days. They are deployed while we enjoy our Christmas dinner in safety. They are the first on the scene to the worst day of someone’s life. Kenzie stated, “These people go the extra mile and Homes for Heroes is a small way for our team to show our appreciation to these Heroes.”
Coldwell Banker is one of the oldest real estate brands in the US. According to Liz Gehringer, Chief Operating Officer of Coldwell Banker, “We are building communities — we have a huge responsibility in that we are shaping people’s future happiness and their communities when we connect people to neighborhoods and homes. We should be thoughtful and considerate and bring every option to the table to help build the best and most robust, diverse and vibrant communities as we go about our work.”
Kathy and Kenzie added “We are proud of the communities we serve. This is a great place to live and work and we look forward to continuing to strengthen our communities one home at a time.”
Comments from Clients:
“...She [Kathy] was fun to work with and became a friend we will always treasure. Give her a call and we promise you won’t be sorry! - Dennis C.
“...We had a very unique situation with the purchase of our second property and Kenzie handled every unusual steppingstone professionally, quickly and presenting every option possible, so we could make the best decision. She went above and beyond with her knowledge and time...” - Nicolette H.
"...She is the most knowledgeable and enthusiastic person on the planet. Ask for any information on a particular property, she gets an answer for you. Walks thru mud, snow, wind to show a property. We had the fortunate experience to ask for her opinion on a multitude of situations and always very forthright on her knowledge and shared her opinion openly, very essential on such an important purchase. We recommend her to any and everybody! Need an answer, just ask Kathy, she knows!!...” - F.D.
I’m a Minnesota farm girl with my roots firmly planted in the soil on our 100 acre farm south of Cannon Falls. My husband Brad and I have been married for 44 years and have lived our entire married life on the family farm. Brad is the fourth generation living and working on the farm. In 2022, we are excited to be celebrating the 150th anniversary of continuous ownership of Oak Park Farm by our family.
For most of our married life, Brad has farmed. We had a dairy herd, hogs and chickens. As many of you know, farming is a great life but it also can take a toll on your body so we sold the cows and hogs quite a few years ago. Now Brad serves as a County Commissioner for Goodhue County. In 2005, we were very humbled and honored to be named Goodhue County Farm Family of the Year.
My journey of farm life is a little different from my husband’s. I didn’t grow up on a farm but my Grandparents did. They lived in Pierce County, Wisconsin, between Ellsworth and Bay City. I spent my summers on the farm with my Grandparents. They cultivated in me a love of gardening, chickens, farming, driving tractors, the smell of freshly mowed hay and the importance of family.
When my Grandmother moved into “town”, she gave me her white picket fence that lined her chicken yard. Today, it lines my chicken yard. To most people it is probably just a pretty little fence but to me it is a connection to the farm of my childhood and my grandparents.
We raised two children on the farm, Ariana and Travis and we are blessed with 4 grandchildren, Greta, Marin, Mia and Anyka. Thankfully they live close because we love spending time with all of them.
For 18 years I worked for a local, international giftware company. I held many positions through the years, all related to sales, marketing and customer service. My last role was Director of Sales and Customer Service. It was a natural transition for me to move into real estate 20 years ago. It enabled me to put all of my experience into one career and tap into my entrepreneurial spirit. The best part of real estate is the people I have the opportunity to meet and work with everyday.
If you are looking to find out what life is like in a small town, I would love to assist you in your search. I am an Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR® for short). This training is through the National Association of Realtors and the Real Estate Buyer’s Agent Council. I acquired this designation because I really care about making sure Buyers have representation in the real estate transaction and I want to make the major decision of buying a home enjoyable and stress free. You can count on me to go the extra mile for you.
If you are selling your home, you want to make sure you find a knowledgeable Realtor® that understands the importance of marketing, personal service and how to compete in this changing real estate marketplace. I am a full time agent, working full time to market and sell my clients’ homes. I have acquired my GRI® designation (Graduate of Realtor Institute) . This program has enabled me to increase my depth of knowledge in real estate sales and marketing and real estate investments. For you, this means I have gone above and beyond the basic real estate education and I will go above and beyond to assist you throughout the sale of your home.
When I’m not busy with Real Estate or my grandkids, I love to garden (thanks to my Grandmother) and ride motorcycle with my husband and friends. We have recently been renovating our barn into a recreation space for our grandkids and extended family and love spending time on our 100 acres of happiness.
Thanks for taking time to visit my website and introduce myself to you.
My mornings typically start out fairly similar each day; with an extra-large cup of joe and my boxer, Theodore, running around like a crazy man, filling the room with his contagious energy. Then I head to our beautiful Coldwell Banker office downtown Cannon Falls. At my desk, I have a somewhat odd photo. It is a photo taken in 1998 of a large, outdated, fifth wheel camper parked in Kenyon, MN.