Gene Anne McKay - President
About Gene Anne
As president of Bosshardt Realty Services, LLC, Gene Anne works closely with Owner/CEO Aaron Bosshardt, the leadership team, Realtors, and employees to ensure customers experience the highest level of professional service. Aaron and Gene Anne began their Bosshardt careers within months of each other in 1996 and have enjoyed an unwavering friendship and commitment to the vision which has made Bosshardt a consistent leader in the community and attracts the highest quality of Realtors and employees.
As a consistent top producer and active leader within the Gainesville Alachua County Association of Realtors from the beginning of her career, the transition into leadership within Bosshardt was a natural next step for her in 2007. Her hands-on experience and success as a Realtor in the field provide a wealth of experience when it comes to mentoring new and experienced, Realtors. Real estate transactions can have challenges and nothing replaces relatable experience. Living through the transactions of her team feeds the passion she holds dear in helping people achieve home-ownership along with the satisfaction she finds in hearing about the accomplishment of a job well done by the team that helped get the customer to moving day.
Her commitment to continuously improve the quality of service of her fellow Realtors and the real estate industry overall, is evident with credentials such as graduate of the prestigious Florida Realtor Leadership Academy, holds CRB, CSP, MRP, RSPS, PMN designations and served several terms as a GACAR Board of Director as well as 2 terms as Women's Council of Realtor Local Chapter President, to name a few, in a career that spans over 20 years.
Even though she grew up on the west coast in Los Altos Hills California, she finds Gainesville offers the best of both worlds such as access to beautiful beaches, world-class entertainment, education, sports, and overall quality of living without the fast-paced freeways and long commutes. She met her husband, of 30 years, as a player/coach on a City Volleyball team. Not wanting to be on a co-ed team with ladies who couldn’t play, her husband, Peter, had to check her out first. Good thing she passed the test because they have been a team ever since. They have 1 daughter and 3 sons and currently 11 grandchildren scattered in 3 different states.