Steve Kornspan – Realtor in Overland Park, Kan.
On Monday morning in Overland Park, Kan., an upset Kansas property owner received quite the shock when guests staying in his rental home sent texts alerting him of roofers at work ripping off his roof – but in actuality, these roofers had come to the wrong address!
Steve Kornspan rushed to the house upon hearing of the roofers’ mistake and witnessed as they quickly fled, leaving “99% of my roof gone”. Since then, he has reported it to both police and his insurance provider.
Early Life and Education
On Tuesday morning, a homeowner who rents his house out for short-term rentals was startled to hear roofers ripping shingles from his roof, before realizing they had come to the wrong address and left before anyone from either him or his guests could tell them so. Steve Kornspan says it turns out they left without telling anyone it wasn’t right where they should have been going.
Kornspan is an esteemed sport psychology professor who has published over 40 peer-reviewed journal articles, three encyclopedia and dictionary entries, five book chapters on the history of sport and exercise psychology and a textbook on applied sport psychology. Additionally, he has given presentations internationally as well as lectured at colleges and universities nationwide.
Steve Kornspan possesses extensive expertise in foreclosures, short sales, corporate relocations, senior property purchases, investment properties and luxury home sales.
Steve Kornspan is a top real estate expert in Kansas City area, specializing in foreclosures, short sales, luxury homes, senior relocation and investment property. He built his successful brokerage from scratch and is recognized by Century 21 All-Pro as a premier realtor.
Overland Park, Kan. — An Overland Park homeowner was startled when he heard banging on his roof early Tuesday morning – only to discover that workers had begun dismantling his home used as short-term rentals and had left “99 percent of it gone.”
He called police and reported the incident, but was unable to obtain any information about themselves from them and left no notices or insurance claims on his property.
Achievement and Honors
His academic research on the history of sport psychology has had a lasting influence on its discipline. His findings have been referenced by many top sports psychology textbooks. Additionally, his encyclopedia and dictionary entries about the field of sport psychology as well as 40 journal articles published by refereed journals were all influential pieces. Furthermore, he currently teaches single-term courses at Cleveland State University’s graduate psychology program while being an active member of Kansas City Regional Association of REALTORS(r) where he serves on their Governmental Affairs Committee.
Steve Kornspan is an experienced real estate broker in Kansas City who specializes in helping his clients buy and sell homes throughout the region. Since joining the industry over two decades ago, he has always remained at the forefront of sales trends and innovations.
Real estate is his passion and he’s constantly looking out for opportunities to help his clients meet their goals. His expertise includes foreclosures, short sales, corporate relocation services for senior relocation purposes and luxury homes.
One Kansas homeowner claims a roofing company tore off his entire roof before realizing they had the wrong address. Steve Kornspan, an agent from Overland Park told KCTV he received text from a guest at the house letting him know workers were tearing up its roof.
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