Kenneth Enochs

District 2 Vice President

Ken Enochs Jr.is serving as PAR’s District 2 Vice President.

Ken started his real estate career at a Philadelphia-based national relocation company, before obtaining his real estate license in 1998. Ken opened his own brokerage in 2011 and then established and launched a new brokerage model the Philadelphia MSA in 2010.

Ken has served two terms as the chairman of his local association, the Suburban West Realtors® Association, now named the Tri-County Suburban Realtors®.

He is a graduate of the University of California-Santa Barbara.

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