Fifth-generation Valley resident joins Dickson Realty

Kaycee Summers

Kaycee Summers

Dickson Realty announced the appointment of Kaycee Summers as the new broker for its Minden-Gardnerville office. As a fifth-generation resident of Carson Valley, Summers brings a passion for the community and a wealth of real estate expertise to her role.

Summers’ journey in real estate spans nine years, during which she has consistently demonstrated commitment to her profession and clients alike.

“Her love for revitalizing properties and her dedication to helping clients achieve their real estate dreams have been the driving forces behind her success,” according to Dickson. “Summers is known for providing a calming presence and expert guidance during what can often be a stressful process for clients. In her first year as a real estate professional, Summers set an ambitious goal to sell six homes. To everyone’s amazement, she far exceeded her target by closing deals on 20 homes, a testament to her dedication and excellence in the field.”

Beyond her real estate achievements, Summers completed the NVAR’s Leadership Class in 2017, chaired NAR’s nominating and awards committee, and actively participates in the GAC and PAC committees. She is currently serving her second term as the Douglas County director.

Summers graduated from the Carson Valley Chamber’s Leadership program in 2020 and serves as a member of the Carson Valley Fastpitch Board of Directors, Chamber of Commerce Steering Committee and Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.

She and husband Nick met in high school years. They have two daughters, Raegan and Mackenzie, aged 9 and 8, respectively.

“We are thrilled to welcome Kaycee to lead our Minden-Gardnerville office,” said Dickson Realty Senior Vice President Elizabeth Quinn. “Her deep ties to the community, extensive real estate experience and dedication to excellence make her the perfect fit for our team. We look forward to the continued growth and success she will bring to our clients and the Carson Valley area.”


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