alamance mapNC Realtor serving the Alamance County and surrounding areas.

Let Black Diamond Real Estate guide you through the complexities of buying and/or selling a home.

With broad and diverse experience in their chosen field, they strive to eliminate the hassles of real estate transactions.

They are ready to assist you with the sale or purchase of your next home or real estate investment.

The playing field has never been more level for small real estate firms to compete with larger real estate firms when it comes to marketing and exposing your home on the internet. When your home or property is listed with Black Diamond Real Estate it is first entered into the Burlington-Alamance County Multiple Listing Service (MLS) database where it is exposed to all of the local Realtor members to see. From there, your listing is streamed to ListHub where it is uploaded to all of the most-trafficked internet real estate websites in the nation such as Realtor.com for example, maximizing every opportunity to find a qualified buyer for your home at the optimal price, in the shortest amount of time possible. Greater exposure for your property increases the chance of sale since nearly all home buyers use the Internet to search and find their next home.

By using ShowingTime, which is the same showing, scheduling, and record-keeping service that the largest real estate firms use throughout North Carolina, we are able to provide our sellers the ease of approving their showings right from their phones within seconds via text message, email, or by a personal phone call. ShowingTime also allows us to provide our sellers with improved satisfaction with showing activity, history, and comprehensive feedback reporting.

Selling Your Home
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Funny Stories from a Realtor
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