Kendra Todd is a nationally recognized real estate expert, TV personality, author and speaker. She is the first woman, as well as the youngest competitor to win the popular NBC show The Apprentice. During her tenure with Donald Trump, she was involved with the record-breaking sale of a $95 million dollar Palm Beach estate, the highest U.S. residential real estate transaction on record at the time.
Kendra hosts the HGTV series My House Is Worth What?, is a frequent Fox News real estate contributor, and recipient of the prestigious Top 30 Under 30 Award, an honor given by REALTOR Magazine to recognize the top young brokers in the nation.
She runs of the most successful real estate groups in the nation, The Kendra Todd Group. Kendra’s company is currently the #4 highest producing Keller Williams group worldwide, and #39 for sales and #49 for volume in the entire U.S. per the Wall Street Journal, with 404 transactions totaling $104 million in sales last year.
Kendra serves as Global Ambassador for Operation Blessing International, and her company donates a minimum of 10% of their revenue to Christian non-profit organizations faithfully serving those in need around the world.
Keller Williams Realty, Inc. is a real estate franchise company. Each Keller Williams office is independently owned and operated.
Keller Williams Realty, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports the Fair Housing Act.