Kefryn Reese is a third-generation Miamian and realtor who enjoys working in a field that gets her out and about in the community she loves. Kefryn was raised in Miami’s suburbs and educated in the public schools. She is a graduate of Boston College and holds a master’s degree in Spanish from Florida International University. Having lived and studied in Argentina, Venezuela, and Spain on a Fulbright scholarship, she believes that sometimes you have to leave home to find home.
Kefryn has been a licensed real estate sales associate in Florida for over 15 years. Fluent in English and Spanish, Kefryn’s patience and down-to-earth personality make her easy to work with. Currently, Kefryn’s focus in real estate is Coral Gables, Coconut Grove, and surrounding neighborhoods, including Schenley Park and Little Havana. She resides in Shenandoah with her husband and two children, where she can walk up to Calle Ocho for live music and a cafecito. Kefryn spends her free time volunteering at her kids’ bilingual Spanish/English school, and pursuing her love of Flamenco dance.
Prior to her career in real estate, Kefryn worked at the University of Miami, coordinating exchange programs throughout Latin America and Spain, and building a program that guided UM students to win over 200 nationally competitive scholarships and awards. Kefryn also served on the University’s taskforce for Civic and Community Engagement, and is an alumna of the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce Leadership Miami program. Kefryn continues to serve the University community as a realtor, and is the expert on relocation on a time crunch.
Kefryn understands that buying or selling a home is a life-changing experience, leveraging local knowledge and working relentlessly to help her clients achieve their real estate goals.