Jim Kincheloe

Jim Kincheloe
(325) 428-6283

Jim is a native Texan. He is married to his beautiful wife Kristi and they have been blessed to have two (2) wonderful daughters, Elianna and Hanna. Jim graduated from Wylie High School, in Abilene, TX (where he met Kristi). In the fall of 2001 He began working on a Bachelor Degree. In 2005, Jim Graduated CUME LAUDE with his Bachelor of Business Administration degree from LeTourneau University. After working in the following Fields: Aviation, Healthcare, Energy, Insurance and starting his own company Jim became licensed to sell Real Estate in the State of Texas. He became a REALTOR and joined the San Angelo Association of REALTORS in October of 2016. He chose ERA REAL ESTATE Newlin & Company as his brokerage in order to provide his clients with the highest degree of service for all of their real estate needs.
Jim sits on several of the committees with the San Angelo Association of REALTORS including: MLS, Governmental Affairs and Community enrichment. He is also active with the leadership at his Daughter’s School where he serves as the President of the P.T.F. (Parent Teacher Fellowship) as well as occupying a seat on the board of the Cornerstone Christian School Foundation.

Agent Reviews

Highly likely to recommend

Jim has taken to the time to review homes with me. I have had a few challenges on what I was looking for. He took a few conversations and refined our search. After many weeks we finally found a home for my family. I really appreciate his personal touch. Made me feel like We were truly working to find the right home.

written on 5/11/2018 by zuser20171231224116500 Showed home in 2018 in Negro Crossing, TX 76904.
Highly likely to recommend

Friendly with great local knowledge, Jim was always available and ready to answer questions. I work out of town and was very easy to work around my schedule. I would definitively recommend Jim to my friends and family and am very satisfied with his business.

written on 4/17/2018 by Bmo3221 Bought and sold a home in 2018 in Wilson Street, Marlborough, MA.