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My husband and I have bought and sold 18 different properties in the last 5 years. Most of them were in the Asheville area, but we've had one sale and one purchase in Charlotte. Not being from Charlotte, we didn't know where to start, but luckily we contacted Coldwell Banker and met Jerry and his lovely wife Regina. They were very personable and very helpful to us and we feel fortunate to have been able to work with them. In the case of the purchase, Jerry and Regina did a great job helping us find the property that was just right. Because we were unfamiliar with the neighborhoods in Charlotte, we needed someone to help steer us in the right direction. With the property that we sold, Jerry and Regina did a terrific job making sure that our property got the necessary exposure to attract the right buyer. We found their experience invaluable in helping us choose the right selling price. Although we live 4 hours from Charlotte, their efforts made us feel that they were 'just around the corner'. In the next few years, my husband and I hope to make at least one more purchase in the Charlotte area and when we do, we'll be calling on Jerry and Regina for their help. Sincerely, Kathy and Duane DavisKathy DavisI highly recommend Jerry - he was fantastic at helping me find a home. He took a lot of time to learn what I was looking for (which I did not really know!) and never tired of showing me properties until we found just the right one. And, he was extremely valuable as an advisor due to his extensive knowledge from having worked as a contractor himself. A great eye!Joy CookJerry and Regina are the best! We were moving from NJ to NC and Jerry and Regina made this difficult process very simple from beginning to end. As a first time home buyer with no experience in the real estate, Jerry and Regina walked us through the process and asked all the right questions to narrow down our needs / wants. When it was time to actually look at houses they spent an ENTIRE three day weekend with us looking at houses (and they even picked us up from the airport!). Jerry and Regina really did their homework and not one second of the long weeked was wasted. Once we closed on a house, Regina and Jerry once again helped us with the complicated process and paperwork required for closing. They are extremely professional and would definitely use them again in the future. Highly recommended. Jason MJason m
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