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Carteret Co. Residential Agency Merging With Wilmington Based Firm

By Cece Nunn, posted Aug 7, 2020

Residential real estate firm Coldwell Banker Spectrum, based in Atlantic Beach in Carteret County, is joining Wilmington-headquartered Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage, according to an announcement Thursday. 

“A few of the synergies resulting from this merger include a vast referral network, sweeping market dominance and so many resources for professional development,” said Casey Wagner, president of Coldwell Banker Spectrum, in a news release. 

Officials stated in the release that the company’s growth strategy is centered on providing a range of benefits for agents, buyers and sellers, such as advanced systems to streamline transactions, enhanced social media campaigns and a broader referral network.

“Part of the reason we have seen exponential growth is that we have a phenomenal support staff, which serves our more than 700 agents, and our leadership team continually focuses on adapting and refining our services to meet the needs of our agents, so they can provide clients with the most positive experience," said Tim Milam, president of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage, in the release. "This involves keeping local leadership in place whenever possible, since nobody knows the local market better than someone who has been working in it for years.

"Casey is a great example of this; his reputation for integrity and more than 35 years of experience in Carteret County provide our company with a substantial benefit."

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