Kate is the Relocation Services Manager for Restaino & Associates Realtors, joining the team in 2022. She is a licensed real estate agent and moved to Verona, Wisconsin in 2016 from Atlanta, Georgia. Kate handles all of the incoming and outgoing client referrals from the division’s corporate clients, third parties and independent agents. She profiles the relocating transferees, assigns them to the appropriate agent and follows the transferee’s progress from beginning to end. In addition to those duties, Kate handles the division’s billing and data resource systems.
She has a professional attitude and she makes it a priority to fully understand her clients’ needs. Kate has worked for the last six years in Real Estate Administration to many top Real Estate producers. She has assisted multiple agents and their clients’ meet deadlines, marketing properties, and buy and sell homes around the city of Madison and surrounding areas. Kate is a member of the Realtor’s Association of South Central Wisconsin (RASCW), The Wisconsin Realtor’s Association, Downtown Madison Inc. (DMI), The Greater Madison Conventions & Visitors Bureau, and The Madison Chamber of Commerce. She is also a member of the Wisconsin Employee Relocation Council (WiERC) and the Worldwide Employee Relocation Council (WERC).
Prior to moving to Wisconsin, Kate worked for a non-profit working to bring awareness to solving childhood hunger in communities in the United States. She has enjoyed learning about all the great things Madison and the state of Wisconsin have to offer. When away from the office, you will find Kate enjoying time with her husband, two children, and family dog, Jack. They enjoy spending time at the baseball park, horse arena, and bowling center. Kate and her husband are competitive bowlers and enjoy competing in many City, State, and National tournaments.
Kate says, “Our team is thrilled to share all the great aspects of the Madison area and assist each of our clients with their specific needs, to make the relocation process a seamless one.”