Karen Casey-Cave

Realtor®
Direct: 727-642-0074
Email: kccrealtor@gmail.com
Website: www.DunedinAndPalmHarborRealEstate.com

 

Karen’s career path of real estate began in 1978, working as an office manager for Phase 1 homes in their model center. She continued to pursue real estate by attending Bert Rodgers Schools and getting her Real Estate license in January of 1980.

Karen Casey-Cave is a top ranked realtor with over 40 years of local experience. With hard work and determination, Karen closed over $6,300,000 in real estate sales in 2019.

With over 25 years as a Re/Max agent, she had earned a prestigious “Hall of Fame Award,” presented only to top agents who close over $1,000,000 in commissions. Karen’s son, David Casey joined her in the industry in July 2019. With David being born and raised in Pinellas County, he has an excellent perspective of what young professionals are looking for in home styles and neighborhoods. A strong duo, they provide unsurpassed commitment to their clients and work hard to fulfill their clients’ needs in the buying and selling process. They both enjoying working together as a team in the very fast paced Real Estate industry.

With great enthusiasm, Karen joined Coast Properties Group/Christie’s International March of 2014.
Whether it’s showing homes to first-time buyers or bustling neighborhoods to investors, Karen and David are realtors for everyone. She has years of local experience and the confidence to solve problems and negotiate deals for her clients. They both specialize in all levels of real estate and are knowledgeable of neighborhoods in Pinellas, Pasco and Hillsborough counties. Whether buying a home or selling your property, Karen and David are ready to help.

“We love introducing our clients to the downtown areas of Dunedin, Safety Harbor, Tarpon Springs and Palm Harbor,” says Karen and David. “With their exciting history, close proximity to the water, and easy access to the Pinellas Trail, what more could you ask for?”

Karen and her husband, Charles, reside in the Lansbrook area of Palm Harbor. They have two sons, David and Ian and a young granddaughter, Harper. In her free time, Karen loves supporting local sports teams, exploring antique shops, and volunteering weekly at Hospice Brookside.