Kendra Tatham is originally from Evansville, IN. Kendra is a graduate from Millikin University (2007) in Decatur, IL with a BS in Athletic Training and emphasis in Fitness & Sports. After she graduated she married Randy Tatham and moved to the St. Louis, MO area. She started her career as a Fitness & Sports Director in Belleville, IL with the YMCA of Southwest Illinois. Her husband of 10 years Randy Tatham works for Lockheed Martin. This generated the family relocation to North Texas.
When she first moved to Aledo,TX almost 8 years ago she started working with The Cowtown Marathon as the Race Coordinator. Once she and her husband, Randy, welcomed their first child, Aubrey, to their family she decided to change her career and become a Full-time stay at home mom (Domestic Engineer). Two years later they welcomed their second child, Xander to their family. To add to their organized chaos, they also have two beautiful boxers, Duke and Kane.
After 5 years of being a stay at home mom she decided to start her Real Estate career. Kendra was with Aledo Living Real Estate Group for 2 years. She is experienced in multi-tasking with the help of her family. The “mom” in her assists families in finding neighborhoods with good schools and close-knit communities. Whether you are buying or selling your home, Kendra will make it a smooth and memorable experience. Mrs. Tatham has decided to join HBS Real Estate where she will culminate advanced technology, sophisticated technical applications, and be able provide her clients a thorough and efficient acquisition and/or disposition process.
Kendra also has her GRI designation, which makes her a Graduate of the Realtor Institute. GRI designees have pursued a course of study that represents the minimum common body of knowledge for progressive real estate professionals that have a solid foundation of knowledge and skills to navigate the current real estate climate – no matter what its condition might be; not to mention a level of professionalism that is typically unparalleled amongst competitors.