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  • About

    Featured Agents

    Colleen Antonides

    Transaction Coordinator


    Heather Harrell

    Exclusive Buyer Specialist


    Heather first got the real estate bug when she was just 9 years old and watched her parents go through the process of buying their second home. She watched the realtor and thought it was "the coolest job ever." But she went on to study psychology in college and work in sales and customer service. It was only after the recession and some bad career advice made her rethink her choices that she started thinking about real estate again. Shortly after, she saw a book on real estate licensing in a bookstore and then received that very same book in the mail by a family friend. "Talk about a sign!" she said. "I signed up for pre-licensing classes immediately, and the rest is history!" Heather says that being a real estate agent is one of the most rewarding jobs out there. "Helping people achieve their dreams and getting paid for it?! What's the catch?" she said. "I get to share in my clients' excitement with each 'win' along the way. I've always heard that I should choose a job I love and can be passionate about and I'll never have to 'work' a day in my life, and I've found that it's absolutely true." Heather strives to be an optimistic and positive person not just to provide her clients with a better experience while they are searching for their dream home, but also so she can be a better person to those she loves, including her husband, her son Jackson, her parents, her sister and her brother. When she's not helping clients, Heather can be found at home with her family relaxing on their deck. They also enjoy taking overnight camping trips to Carolina Beach, the Blue Ridge Parkway, or just a day trip to one of the many lakes around the Raleigh area, where they kayak or paddle board with their dog Max.

    Jonathan Hampton


    Patricia Gillespie


    Patty Gillespie was finishing a post-doctoral fellowship at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency when her husband convinced her to take a night class in real estate. She was working in risk assessment after getting her PhD from New York University and her bachelor of science from Johnson C. Smith University, where she was the valedictorian. "I absolutely loved it," she said of her night class. "I have been on a journey ever since with my husband (who is also licensed) to build a business that provides unmatched customer service by way of effective communication and expert counsel to every single client." Patty says that her favorite part of the job is when the transaction is complete and "the client shares a testimony of complete gratitude. It is confirmation that the team has collectively succeeded in helping the client fulfill their real estate goal." Patty considers herself a compassionate person, and that shows in her work. She takes the time to listen to clients to help them find the perfect real estate opportunity to meet their goals, whether that means selling their current home so that they may find their dream home, or purchasing the perfect investment opportunity. When she is not helping clients, Patty can be found exploring downtown areas of the Triangle, such as at coffee shops or bookstores. She and her husband also like to visit the restaurants featured on the Guy Fieri show "Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives." They are both foodies at heart and love to explore new cuisine around the Triangle and beyond.

    Samantha Rouse


    Teresa Wright



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