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Kelley Law knows all about lifetime achievements therefore her professional success should come as no surprise! Her ambition and competitive drive were evident at an early age when she fell in love with curling as a pre-teen. During 25 years of practice, determination and tenacity Kelley became World Curling Champion in 2000, and an Olympic Bronze medalist at the Salt Lake City Winter Olympic Games in 2002.

Kelley knows that reaching meaningful achievements in life takes time, effort and determination. Fifteen years of professional practice as a Real Estate conveyancer took Kelley to the top of that profession. Putting her vast Real Estate transaction knowledge to good use, she became a licensed realtor in 2003. Kelley’s ambition, professionalism, and client-first approach have been the keys to many achievements and successes in her Real Estate career. Among other awards, Kelley achieved the prestigious RE/MAX Lifetime Achievement status in 2015. As one of today’s most trusted realtors, she now has new goals in sight.

Kelley makes time for friends and family, her 3 amazing children and her lovable dog, Dexter (who is also a Blue-Ribbon Champion). When she is not helping you buy or sell a home, she can recommend some delicious recipes and even the wine pairings to go with them!

Olympic Curling - Team Law Bronze Medal Winners
In addition to her extensive real estate career, Kelley—along with her curling team "Team Law"—is also an Olympic medalist in curling.

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