Kingfisher Announces Top Agents In August

provided to The Santiva Chronicle

Kingfisher Real Estate announced Robyn Moran as top listing agent and Will Compton as top selling agent for August.

Originally from Connecticut and Cape Cod, Moran and her husband moved to the sslands in 2004. Like many, they visited the islands for years prior, until they were able to realize their dream of island living.

A consummate business woman, Moran’s business career spans multiple decades as she was a systems analyst for Uniroyal Chemical for 24 years and now a tenured real estate professional since 2005.

Moran has strong community involvement including a past presidency for Zonta in 2014 and she has served on the board for community housing and resources. Earning the Sanibel Captiva Islands specialist designation is yet another testament to Moran’s full-time position as a dedicated realtor and an outstanding member of the community.

Moran also possesses a very agreeable manner and has strong attention to detail along with excellent communication skills. In addition, she is a talented home-stager and an expert in establishing market value.

Originally from Westchester N.Y., Compton’s family relocated to Sanibel in the mid-1950’s. He obtained his real estate license in 1982 and began his career as a building contractor and developer on Sanibel; most prominently known for the award-winning Island Woods community on Periwinkle Way, and South Capers on Middle Gulf Drive. These accomplishments display Compton’s keen ability to focus on what benefits both the environment and the community in unison.

Compton is an athlete at heart, and has spent many years as a champion competitor in Triathlons. More than anything he loves to spend time on the water, taking many trips to the Abaco Bahamas and calling the British Virgin Islands his ‘floating’ home for a stint.

Alongside his careers in Real Estate and development, Compton has made many paddleboarding dreams come true as the owner of Gulf to Bay Stand Up.

As an integral part of the island’s past, Moran, Compton and the rest of the Kingfisher team would love to help you make it a part of your future.

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