In downtown Carrboro for over 30 years. LOCALLY OWNED SINCE DAY ONE.

The mural above our office was created by artist Michael Brown to celebrate the communities we serve.

OUR APPROACH

SEARCH EVERY PROPERTY IN THE MLS

The MLS (Multiple Listing Service) is the most comprehensive database of what's for sale in our community.


Our search function gives you access to every property it lists. If it's for sale, we can show it to you.

GET IN TOUCH

info@weaverstreetrealty.com
(919) 929-5658
Let's talk about where you want
to be. (And what we can do to
help get you there.)

OUR AGENTS

Clayton Nell
Broker
"Maintaining a common sense approach to valuing a home, and how you sell it, is in everybody’s best interests. The nice thing about Weaver Street Realty is that everyone seems to get that."

OUR AGENTS

Terri Turner
Business Manager
As business manager and general “fixer”, I’m often the one who gets to play host and ambassador - welcoming new clients and community members into our world.

OUR AGENTS

Bill Mullen
Broker
I've always had a thing for a beautiful piece of land. Not just what it looks like now, but what it has the potential to be.

OUR AGENTS

Don Basnight
Broker
Chapel Hill and Carrboro are not “real-estate friendly” in the same way that Cary is. You’re not going to find sprawling subdivisions or high-rises going up without careful scrutiny – and that’s why I love being in real estate here.

OUR AGENTS

Louise Barnum
Broker
I’m not from the Triangle, but it is where I did the best part of my growing up. It’s where I discovered new ways of thinking, and new ways of doing things. It’s where I found independence, and the power of community.

OUR AGENTS

Gary Phillips
Broker
Gary Phillips is a writer, naturalist and entrepreneur. He has a special interest and expertise in conservation easements and other land-protective strategies.

OUR AGENTS

Jay Parker
Broker
Being professional doesn’t mean doing what everyone else does. In fact, true professionalism often means forging your own path.

EVERY STORY IS SET SOMEWHERE.

(L to R) Bill Mullen, Gary Phillips, Terri Turner, Don Basnight, Louise Barnum, Jay Parker, Clayton Nell

OURS IS RIGHT HERE.

Real Estate is such a cold word for our profession. We don’t just help buy and sell buildings or acreage. We help people find their place in our community.

When the company was founded back in 1982, the intention was to create a new kind of company, a company whose approach to real estate was built on service, approachability and a genuine understanding of our clients’ needs.


That approach has been good to us. In an industry known for its high turnover of staff, we’re proud to say that the original partners are still with us and they are still helping people buy and sell homes, farms and land. The average length of time folks have been here is 19 years. Even our newbies look like they are going to stick around a while.


We’ve helped people buy and sell thousands of property for thirty years, and we’ve even turned down many an offer from big-time real estate firms trying to merge with us. (We said no thanks. We value our independence.)

 

BY DEFINITION, BUILDING EXPERIENCE TAKES TIME.

Longivity is not just good for us as a company. It’s central to the service we provide our clients too.

From the old-time farms of Chatham County, through the renovated mill houses of Carrboro, to the chic condos springing up downtown, we have developed a deep understanding of the land and buildings of our community and the people who inhabit them.


Whether we’re helping someone find their perfect homestead, or orchestrating the sale of the family home, buying or selling real estate is a monumental event in a person’s life. That’s why we do all we can to make the process fulfilling, stress-free, and even enjoyable.

The fact that many of us count former clients among our best friends is, we would argue, a good sign that we are doing something right.

 

THE TECHNOLOGY IS THE SAME.

THE APPROACH IS WHAT’S DIFFERENT.