Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty welcomes new broker
Maria Wilson and Gerri McKinley, broker/owners of Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty, are excited to welcome Christy Wallace to their team of real estate professionals. Christy will be based out of the Winterville office.
Christy is home grown from eastern North Carolina and was raised on a tobacco farm in Williamston. She developed her strong work ethic at a young age and imparted those same values with her own family, which she raised on a horse farm in Pitt County. Christy has extensive market knowledge and has made valued real estate connections throughout Beaufort and Pitt counties.
Being a local girl, Christy takes great pride in giving back to the community. She has been actively involved in the Greenville Museum of Art, Riley’s Army, Pitt County Safe Kids Coalition, National Information Officers Association and the American Red Cross, to name a few.
Prior to embarking on a real estate career, Christy was in public relations as a communications specialist. She has wide-ranging experience leading campaigns and programs to promote brand image and raise community awareness on significant issues. She developed the ability to see projects through from start to finish with meticulous attention to detail. Her genuine passion to help others provided the foundation for a successful real estate career.
Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty is proud to have Christy on its team. If you would like to talk to her about buying or selling a home or property, contact Christy Wallace at 252-714-5888, email email@example.com or find her on our website at www.CoastalRivers.com. Coldwell Banker Coastal Rivers Realty has offices in Beaufort County at 239 W. Main St. in downtown Washington and in Pitt County at 610-D Old Tar Village Road in Winterville. Each Coldwell Banker franchise is independently owned and operated.
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