Born a Hoosier, Kyle has lived in many states since coming home to Indiana in 2012—California, Florida, Illinois, and Michigan. He now calls Historic Meridian Park his home, enjoying the spoils of a centralized location and Indy’s best neighbors (change my mind) with his talented wife, Anna, and his two funny daughters, Margot and Simone.
Living his best life in HMP certainly has developed his appreciation for Indy neighborhoods, but Kyle was always interested in understanding spaces. As a child he would “read” the family’s Rand McNally atlas on long road trips. This interest transformed into a real desire to see the places he saw plotted on paper, which culminated in Kyle visiting 46 U.S. states and 8 countries. (He may or may not have also won his 5th grade geography bee.) His lifelong love for location drives Kyle’s need to mentally map the nuance that every city, neighborhood, or home uniquely offers.
Before venturing into real estate, Kyle built a decade-long career as a celebrated communication professor and award-winning speech and debate coach at Marian University in Indy’s dynamic Near Northwest. Kyle effectively translates the skills he sharpened in education to better serve his clients in real estate: Teaching the real estate process with simple concepts; researching the marketplace for hidden trends; listening with empathy and openness; advising his clients on the home that best suits their needs; appreciating that every property—whether bought or sold—has its own story to share.
When he isn’t helping people buy or sell their next home, Kyle spends time with his family and friends enjoying all the top-rate amenities offered by this lovely city. Whether it’s museums, trails, or a nationally-recognized food scene—Indy’s got it and Kyle digs it. He also has a penchant for table-top gaming, so if you ever want to snag a ticket and head to Gen Con, he’s up for that too.