james landrum



Mobile: 816.529.8722

434 W 47th Street
Kansas City, MO 64112


“James was amazing to work with! He was able to find us multiple options, identify potential issues with homes, and guide us to make appropriate bids. He was even able to FaceTime us to take us through homes that we wanted to tour but were out of town when they hit the market! He went above and beyond to accommodate our needs. I would absolutely recommend James without hesitation!” -Crystal F.

“James was great to work with. He gave us all the time we needed, and had great insight.” -Cullan Family

His clients will tell you he’s one of the region’s most trusted, genuine and dedicated agents in the field.

Joining the Koehler Bortnick Team in 2019 with 20 years of experience in residential and commercial purchasing and property management, James’ colleagues and clients predict he’ll soon become one of the region’s top real estate agents.

His primary focus is on meeting your residential real estate needs, and he’ll do it with a combination of courtesy, contacts, talent, training and efficiency. Whether you’re buying or selling for personal, investment, or other reasons, his extensive insight into the regional market makes him the right person for you to work with.

Are you buying your first house? Do you need more space for your growing family or downsizing? Are you a developer looking to sell your homes, condominiums or townhouses as fast as you can build them? Are you interested in residential property as an investment? Are you relocating?

If your answer is “yes” to any of the above—James is your guy!

He’ll walk with you, step-by-step, through the buying or selling process. You’ll find him accessible, and not only ready, but willing and able to make your next move your easiest and best move.

A native of South Carolina, James relocated to Kansas City in February of 2000. When he isn’t working he enjoys international travel, spending time with his family and friends (including their dogs), collecting art and volunteering with area nonprofit organizations helping adults with disabilities.