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Residential
Envite Realty offers tailored residential services for buyers and sellers.  Whether you are buying or selling a home, we are here to help.

We assist new home buyers, relocation clients, investors and experienced buyers with purchasing existing properties, new construction and raw land.  Our listing services include assisting with staging, pricing, marketing and negotiating existing homes, new construction and raw land.  We belong to 4 multiple listing services from Greensboro to the coast.  Ready to make a move?  Let us help.
Property Management
Our sister company, Rent Homes NC, offers a full suite of residential property management services including tenant procurement, tenant screening, preparing and executing leases, property inspections, rent collections, property maintenance and handling service requests.  Our system is fully automated from application to owner payment.  We often assist clients moving to the area, but are not quite ready to buy with securing a rental.  We are always here to help!
Additional services
Envite Realty offers  commercial property representation both selling and purchasing, Homeowner Association management services for small subdivisions, developer services, such as project management, resource management and marketing for small to medium size neighborhoods.
Why Envite Realty?
We get that question a lot. Envite Realty is a boutique firm focused on our client’s needs. Everyone has a different level of experience in home buying and selling. In my career, I have found asking the client about their experience and setting a clear path to exceed expectations is imperative to a great, seamless experience. 
Our listings
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#2467913 | Rental
Listing Courtesy of: Envite Realty
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#2456989 | Rental
Listing Courtesy of: Envite Realty
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#2456165 | House
Listing Courtesy of: Compass -- Raleigh
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