Keely Kirby
Keely Kirby
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Keely Kirby was born and raised an Oregonian; specifically in the Pacific North West. Keely is a first generation Realtor who combines her passion for the industry with her love of providing authentic, genuine and personable top tier customer service to her clients. Keely is a graduate of Portland State University, receiving her Bachelor of Science in Criminology and Criminal Justice degree. Keely was drawn to this area of studies because of her love for assuming a role that the people of the public could count on and trust. She is an active agent around Oregon, proactively working with her team, representing both buyers and sellers on a day to day basis. Keely values setting her targets high and exercises all possible avenues and resources to assure those targets are met in an impressive timely fashion. Keely is a team member with Move Real Estate Group based out of Oregon City.
Aside Keely's commitment to her real estate business, her hobbies are: golfing, camping, traveling, concerts, hiking, riding four wheelers, weightlifting, running, fishing, learning, reading, spending quality time with her friends, family and Welch Corgi named Dexter, cooking and  being actively involved with her community. 

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