Real Estate - Residential

Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage Expands Through Merger With Jacksonville Firm

By Cece Nunn, posted May 27, 2021
A real estate agency based in Jacksonville has merged with Wilmington-headquartered Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage, according to an announcement this week.

A news release stated that the merger of Coldwell Banker Alliance Group Realty with Sea Coast will give the venture a greater presence in eastern North Carolina. As a result of the merger, two staff members came on board at Sea Coast, and as of Thursday, 20 Alliance agents had signed on to be part of Sea Coast.

“Coldwell Banker Alliance is a very successful company with a great reputation. We look forward to building on that success,” said Tim Milam, CEO of Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage. “We are delighted to have them join the Sea Coast Advantage family as we know this will enable us to enhance our service levels to our current and prospective clients, as well as expand our presence in the Jacksonville area.”

Brock Goss, owner/broker of Coldwell Banker Alliance Group, said in the release, "Our brokerages have a long, successful history of working together for the benefit of our mutual clients. This merger will provide our agents, buyers and sellers with the benefits of a vast referral network, advanced technology to streamline transactions and revitalized social media campaigns.”

Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage has offices covering eastern North Carolina from New Bern to Calabash as well as northeastern South Carolina from Myrtle Beach to Georgetown.

In addition, the Coldwell Banker Advantage family of companies includes Coldwell Banker Advantage with offices serving the Triangle, Fayetteville, Southern Pines and the Triad. The network of 56 offices has over 1,900 agents.
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