Kevin McPheeters

District 3 Vice President

District 3 Vice President Kevin McPheeters began his real estate career in Boston in 1993. He specializes in sales and construction, interior design and home staging consultation, relocation and property improvement.

Kevin served as president of his local association, the Bucks County Association of Realtors®in 2017. He also has served on numerous local committees, as a director for PAR and a chair or member of several statewide committees. Kevin is a graduate of the Realtor® Institute, has his AHWD certificatio nand has completed the C2EX program.

When not busy with real estate, he runs an interior design company, Chapel Road Design.

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