Hello, sunny South Florida!
We are Courtney and Keilly (Kylie, just with a weird spelling) Ulery, sisters and Realtors here in Palm Beach County. We, along with our broker father, comprise East Coast Prime Realty, where we specialize in providing individualized services to our clientele. With more than 30 years of combined experience in real estate, our success has come from understanding the value in building and fostering relationships with all of our clients.
At ECP, we want to know you, so that we can tailor our services to meet your individual needs and wants and ensure that your buying, selling, or renting process goes as smoothly and enjoyably as possible. Our motto is “Real Estate. The Better Way.” —and we do everything we can to fulfill this motto for each of our clients, in every transaction.
Please call, email, or text us directly to discuss the selling of your house, purchase of your dream home, or renting of your temporary space today! We look forward to showing you exactly what it means to be involved in real estate, the best way.
In the meantime, a little more about us:
Get to Know Courtney
My name is Courtney, and I am the older (and some might say…”wiser?”) sister. From 2005 to 2009, I attended Vanderbilt University in Nashville, Tennessee on a full tennis scholarship, where I majored in Human and Organizational Development and minored in Entrepreneurial Studies: Corporate Strategy.
Having graduated from college four days after turning 21 and dedicating my entire life up until that point to school and sport, I decided to take a year “off.” I remained in Nashville, decided that the next step in my life should be law school, studied for the LSAT, and then packed my bags and headed north to Penn State University, where I received my Juris Doctor degree in 2013. Upon graduation, I headed back down to South Florida and began working at a national healthcare valuation firm.
Four years and a good bit of soul-searching later, I realized that the corporate rat race didn’t match my personality or my passions. These days, I enjoy ‘keeping it in the family’ while helping our clients buy, sell, and rent throughout the southeast coast of Florida.
In my spare time, I enjoy working out (I am also a certified personal trainer), playing tennis, reading good books (historical fiction and non-fiction is my go-to genre), and exploring the local brewery scene.
Contact Courtney: firstname.lastname@example.org; 561/302-3583
Get to Know Keilly
My name is Keilly, and I am the younger sister of Courtney by two years (though often I’m mistaken for the older one). I followed in big sister’s footsteps, attending Vanderbilt University on a tennis scholarship and experiencing an amazing four-year college experience in one of the greater cities this country has to offer.
However, instead of following in her footsteps again and attending law school, I decided to come back home to South Florida until I figured out exactly what I wanted to do with my life, career-wise. Given our dad is a real estate broker, it was natural for me to get my license until sorting out where I saw my professional path headed. Well, turns out I didn’t see it heading very far…past real estate, that is. I got my license within a couple of weeks, started shadowing and learning the ins and outs of the real estate business from our dad, and quickly realized I genuinely enjoyed it.
As a person used to being outdoors and training on the courts for hours a day, sitting behind a desk in the typical 9-to-5 capacity is something I never could envision myself doing. Finding a career in which being out and about between listing or showing appointments is a large part of the day-to-day has been a total win for me. Additionally, and most importantly, there is something about helping people achieve a big part of the American dream (homeownership) that totally hits the sentimentalist in me. After seven years of being a licensed real estate agent, I can honestly say this still holds true—I love what I do. And, now that my sister and I are teaming up, I can only see this becoming even more the case.
Despite how much I enjoy working in real estate, there is certainly much life that exists outside of it, and this is another main benefit of the industry—there is flexibility, work-life balance, the ability to create your own schedule, and the opportunity to pursue other passions. Some of the things I most enjoy doing when not working in my day job include writing (I submit to an average of four to five short story contests each month), playing tennis, working out and running (I participate in weekly runs with the Delray Beach Running Company), and reading (The Fountainhead is my all-time favorite book). I’m also a self-described coffee snob, wine and craft cocktail aficionado, and happy hour enthusiast.
Contact Keilly: email@example.com; 561/213.5267
Our Favorite Local Eats and Drinks:
Coffee Shops: Switchbox Coffee Roasters (@switchboxcoffee) in Oakland Park, R1 Coffee (@r1coffee) in Boca Raton.
Restaurants: Coolinary Café (@coolinarycafe) and Christopher’s Kitchen (@christopherskitchen) in Palm Beach Gardens, Oceano Kitchen (@oceanokitchen) in Lantana, La Ferme (@lafermekitchen) in Boca Raton.
Watering Holes: Sweetwater (@sweetwater33) in Boynton Beach, The Parched Pig (@theparchedpig) in Palm Beach Gardens.
Breweries: Due South (@duesouthbrewing) in Boynton Beach, Mathews Brewing (@mathewsbrewingco) in Lake Worth, Funky Buddha (@funkybuddhabrew) in Oakland Park.
This post is sponsored by East Coast Prime Realty