kwELITE has some of the best agents in the business, blending superior industry knowledge and customer service to give their clients an unforgettable experience. We’d like to introduce some of the agents who have played an integral role in making kwELITE Nebraska’s premier real estate brokerage these past several years.
Name: Clayton Mulford
Hometown: Iowa Falls, IA
Professional Specialty: 1st-time home buyers, families upgrading and downsizing, and military clients
Real Estate Strengths: Educating my clients and building relationships that will last long after the transaction is completed
Fun Fact: Clayton is a shadow of his former self, in the best possible way: “I used to weigh 365 pounds until I decided to make a lifestyle change in 2010.”
Name: Madison Bargstadt
Hometown: Omaha, NE
Professional Specialty: Relocation
Real Estate Strengths: Really listening to what my clients want in a property
Fun Fact: I love the open road on my Harley Davidson motorcycle.
Name: Sarah Stumme
Hometown: Cedar Falls, IA
Professional Specialty: Pre-existing and new construction residential properties, investing, and relocating
Real Estate Strengths: Advocating in my clients’ best interests, navigating through purchasing process and continuing to help clients with their home needs post-purchase
Fun Fact: I love training in the mixed martial arts!
Name: Rosie Logemann
Hometown: Council Bluffs, IA
Professional Specialty: Buyers
Real Estate Strengths: Overseeing the paperwork details
Fun Fact: I love the 1940s and 1950s! In fact, my nickname is Rosie the Realtor, a nod to Rosie the Riveter. “I can do it!”
Name: Bradley Godtel
Hometown: Saronville, NE
Professional Specialty: Upgrading and downsizing, military clients, recruiting agents, multi-family properties
Real Estate Strengths: Spinning many plates at once to achieve the best results for my clients and dedicating my time and ample efforts to helping them reach their goals.
Fun Fact: When I was 10 years old, my mom botched a casserole that had rye infused in it, and I have never been the same since. To this day, I cannot stand the taste – or smell – of rye bread!