Thérèse Kent

(831) 238-1186 | tkent@apr.com

Thérèse Kent

Thérèse was born and raised in southern Idaho where she attended Boise State University before moving to the Monterey Peninsula in 1976. 

She began her association with Alain Pinel Realtors in 2012 after having been involved for many years in spiritual direction and religious formation in California and Colorado. 

Thérèse brings with her a lifetime of experience helping people identify and clarify vital issues in their lives. She is adept at deeply listening to her clients, reflecting on their particular needs and objectives, then skillfully responding with resourceful real estate advice. Thérèse loves working with her buyer clients, diligently assisting them to discover the perfect home. For sellers, her objective is that they realize the highest possible return on their investment for luxury property here on the beautiful Monterey Peninsula.

When you first engage Thérèse in conversation, you too will come to know, as others will attest that you can trust Thérèse to do her part to turn your dreams into a lifetime of happiness!  

Testimonial 

We are recent clients of Therese Kent and are writing to describe our extraordinary experience. Our business interactions with Therese continued over a long period time. This placed a special responsibility on her not only to seek likely real estate properties for us at a distance, but also to be our eyes in absentia. We were highly impressed with her professional ability to do so.

Her personal touch was superb. She listened carefully to us, always providing ample time to allow us to collect our thoughts and react to latest finds. No overt or inappropriate pressure. And always responsible and available throughout the search, the closing process and the times when we needed contractor referrals.   

And perhaps best, a kind and caring person with whom it was a pleasure to talk or tour properties. We would return to her if the need to change locations arose again and we will highly recommend her to any future clients that we encounter.       Paul and Sandy Morrison