The mural above our office was created by artist Michael Brown to celebrate the communities we serve.
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OUR AGENTS AND STAFF
Buying or selling a home, or land, is a life-changing event. And like most life-changing events, it’s best to go through it with someone who can support and guide you through the ups and downs. Hopefully they can even help you have fun in the process.
For that reason, we recommend finding a realtor that is not just best suited to your real estate needs, but to your worldview too. So here’s a little bit about who we are and what we believe – click through for more detailed profiles:
Partner, GRI, ABR, CRS
Has called Chatham County home since 1972
“I believe in using clotheslines, turning your lawn into pollinator gardens, and not keeping up with any Jones'. I believe people step into our lives for a reason; so we teach and learn from one another. I believe in miracles and in manifesting your dreams.”
Background: Originally from Kinston, NC and a graduate of UNC, Louise became a partner here in 1987.
Favorite Causes: CORA food pantry
Broker GRI Certified Eco-Broker Chapel Hill resident since 1959
“Working in a community that is rife with creative, hard-working and big-dreaming people, Bill sees his primary role as helping to enable people to live the lives they want to lead.”
Background: Born in Chicago, Bill moved here when he was a wee bitty baby. He owned a business with his brother and "creative differences" led him to leave that business and join Weaver Street Realty.
Orange Co. resident since before he was born.
“It’s so nice working for a company where there is no corporate line that says I can’t oppose a development that I feel is wrong. In fact, we have been very explicit about the kind of development that we feel is good for the community – we’ve even turned down deals that don’t fit the bill.”
Background: To say that Don is a native of Chapel Hill is somewhat of an understatement. In fact, on his mother’s side his family goes back 6 or 7 generations – right back to the original land grants.
Favorite Causes: SECU Family House
New father to Miriam
“Our role is not just to help folks buy or sell houses. It’s also about providing an objective, honest opinion. Sometimes that means telling a client what they don’t want to hear. ”
Background: Originally from Richmond, Clayton settled in the Triangle after a stint in Portland. It is the artistic, free thinking nature of this area that make him feel at home.
Favorite Causes: C.A.R.E
Partner, Broker In Charge
Has called NC home since 1978
“Being professional doesn’t mean doing what everyone else does. In fact, true professionalism often means forging your own path.”
Background: Jay grew up in Levitt Town – the first true American suburb – and he often cites that experience as a formative influence on his views on real estate.
Favorite Causes: PTA Thrift Shop
Licensed auctioneer, former Chatham County Commissioner
“I listen to the land, love skillfully built environments and practice deep service to my clients. Weaver Street Realty has been my creative home for 3 decades”
Background: Gary left the mountains in 1972 to become a student at UNC and has loved the community ever since. He lives in a lovely earth house in Silk Hope.
Favorite Causes: Dogwood Alliance
Member, Economic Sustainability Commission, Town of Carrboro
“Obstacles are put in your way to see if what you want is really worth fighting for. AROO!”
Background: A member of the Weaver Street Realty family since 2001. I am part of the Yankee migration to the South. Sorry ya'll.
Favorite Causes: Coalition to Unchain Dogs
Broker, Accredited Buyer's Representative, Certified Housing Counselor
“Leave no stone unturned.”
Background: An army brat born in Texas but raised in Fayetteville. Moved to Chapel Hill in '91 to attend school. Crystal has worked in the non-profit sector for the last 10 years.