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Keller Williams Realty of Kernersville
Your source for Real Estate Services in the Piedmont Triad.
Looking for property in Kernersville, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point or other areas of the Triad?
Thinking of selling your current home? We can help you consider the options and make key decisions that will ensure your real estate experience is a success!
Our goal at Keller Williams Realty of Kernersville is to provide the highest level of customer service in the real estate industry.
About our team of professionals...
Keller Williams Realty of Kernersville, first came to the Piedmont Triad area of North Carolina in January 1995. Opening in Kernersville, NC with only 4 agents, the local office has grown to over 52 fulltime real estate professionals which services the needs of home buyers and sellers in the Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem marketplace. Due to this office's central location, our agents can service not only the counties of Forsyth, Guilford and Davidson, but also we can serve parts of Stokes, Rockingham and Davie.
Keller Williams Realty of Kernersville offers a full line of real estate services including exclusive and non-exclusive buyer agency representation. Our team of real estate professionals and support staff can provide information on area new home sales as well as residential resales. We will also be glad to provide internet based relocation and property information.
Whether it's Kernersville, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, High Point, Jamestown or any other unique Triad community, we know you'll love to live in Triad North Carolina and we'll love to help you with your real estate needs.
We know and work the areas of Kernersville, Winston Salem, Greensboro, and High Point. With over 70 agents, many years of experiance, tons of local knowledge we can serve your real estate needs. Here is a little about some of the areas we service:
The Heart of the Triad
What began as a crossroads has grown into a community that moves forward. The geographic center of the Piedmont Triad, Kernersville is known as the "Heart of the Triad" and is surrounded by other vibrant Triad communities that include Greensboro, High Point and Winston-Salem. While the "heart" still is a place where old tobacco barns and sunflowers enhance the countryside, it also is a modern community of over 20,000 people. Industries range from furniture & textile manufacturing to freight transport. Living in Kernersville provides easy access to the three larger Triad communities and to the services and amenities they offer.
The original town with its historic homes has grown and new homes are being built in different parts of town. For residents, commuting is smooth either to work or to school. The "heart" is a place to have it all-a place that has pleasant temperatures, where people can work & raise a family and a place that offers the "big city" opportunites from the comfort of the country home.
As Kernersville grows, it retains a warmth and charm that makes it distinct from other towns. It is no wonder so many people are calling "The Heart of the Triad" home.
Big-City Opportunities and a Small-Town Feel
The historic city of Winston-Salem is a well-kept Southern secret located in the Piedmont region of north central North Carolina. Featuring a diverse culture with roots in music, art and skilled craftsmanship, Winston-Salem offers its residents a strong economic base, a rich and satisfying quality of life and excellent educational opportunities. The city is known for its lush greenery, winding streets and beautiful, well-kept homes. Its neighborhoods are affordable, clean and safe. Winston-Salem residents enjoy close proximity to the Piedmont Triad International Airport, which is 20 minutes from downtown, the spectacular Blue Ridge Mountains, only two hours west, and the relaxing beaches of the Atlantic, only four hours east. The city is located halfway between Atlanta and Washington, D.C.
Ranked fifth among the top ten cities for starting a career, Winston-Salem has become a magnet for new businesses. With a variety of established companies, and the growth of new corporations moving into the area, Winston-Salem has earned a reputation for low unemployment, with a wide range of job opportunities. One of the largest in the area is Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, one of the southeast most prestigious and reputable hospitals. RJR Nabisco Inc., BB&T, Krispy Kreme, and Sara Lee are just a few of the many corporations that have Winston-Salem as their home base. The city's low cost of living has made Winston-Salem a favorite among young professionals starting out in the business world.
Welcome to Greensboro... North Carolina's third largest city!
Greensboro acquired the nickname the "Gate City" for its easy access to the railroad travel, but the title is even more appropriate today because it sits at the confluence of two interstate highways. Daily flights out of the Piedmont Triad International Airport also connect it to all corners of the country. With a moderate climate, reasonable costs and an excellent quality of life, these facilities have drawn many to the area.
Greensboro has something for everyone - from diverse business opportunities to a first rate educational system including 2 state supported universities, 3 private colleges and the third largest community college in the state. Greensboro is the host to the Greater Greensboro Chrysler Classic, 3 professional sports teams, 7 regional parks, dozens of cultural programs and many seasonal recreational activities.
Greensboro has been rated as one of the best cities in the nation to live. It is a modern, urban city, yet offers small town warmth and friendliness.
High Point, NC
Furniture Capital of the World
In 1859, when High Point was named after the "highest point" on the North Carolina Railroad, city founders knew that its central location would attract industry and commerce. If you are looking for furniture, this is the place to be! High Point is host to the largest home-furnishings market in the world, almost doubling the size of the population every April and October, with 70,000 visitors.
Enjoy the boom. High Point may just be the one of the best-kept secrets in the Triad. Small enough for community, yet large enough to attract top level industry and jobs - as evidenced by the Piedmont Centre, a 1,100-acre business park on Hwy 68 north of town. High Point may be small, but it plans big. Despite its proximity to the larger cities of Greensboro and Winston-Salem, High Point has a unique identity in the Piedmont Triad. Its small size and location on the fringe of the metropolitian area give it the relaxed air of a small southern town, but the influx of international business people brings a cosmopolitan sophistication and vigor to the city.
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