A little about me I'm a husband to Jennifer and a very proud father of three beautiful girls Kayleigh, Laurin, and Ava they are the biggest achievement of my life.
I am a native North Carolinian and love both the Carolina's with a passion. With over 20 years in the real estate field, I bring a level of skill and professionalism found only through experience. I have proven to be a tremendous asset to my clients when it comes to analyzing and understanding the market, accessing information quickly, and bringing closure to a transaction. Every deal is a new experience and every client a lasting relationship., you are not a client but a friend. I have built a reputation of integrity and professionalism in both the real estate and business communities throughout North & South Carolina. I am is an expert in my field.
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