kim winters


Coldwell Banker Innovations is pleased to Spotlight Realtor, Kimberly Winters this week.
Kimberly has been a proud military spouse for nearly 25 years and is the mother to a deployed Soldier. Kimberly purchased her first home in Jefferson County in 2003, lived there for 9 years until moving to Berkeley County in 2012 and then back to Jefferson County in 2020. Kim is the mother of 4 great kids, a son, Aaron and 3 girls, Brooke, Jenna and Kate who are always keeping her on her toes.
Kimberly is a RamseyTrusted™ Real Estate ELP - This means the Ramsey Solutions team has fully vetted her as someone they trust and recommend for any of your real estate needs!
In her down time, Kimberly enjoys outdoor activities such as kayaking, gardening and hiking, playing clawhammer banjo and spending time with her children.
Kimberly is also an advocate for pediatric cancer research having lost a child in 2002 from a rare form of leukemia. To date, she has donated over $25,000.00 to Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation in memory of her son, Christopher.
Kimberly has previously served as the administrator in a real estate office, during which time she became familiar with contracts and learned valuable skills with an emphasis on attention to detail. She soon decided to pursue a career as a licensed agent which would allow her to connect on a personal level with clients. Kimberly looks forward to helping serve anyone looking to relocate either to or from the eastern panhandle.
Call Kimberly today to see how she can assist you in the purchase or sale of your next home in West Virginia at 301-305-3554 or email her at
Coldwell Banker Innovations is proud to have Kimberly as one of our Star Realtors.