A native of Greensboro, North Carolina, Rachel has always called North Carolina home. Now a Raleigh resident for more than six years, she has experience selling a wide variety of properties all over the Triangle, including in Raleigh, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Clayton, Holly Springs, Durham and Chapel Hill. She prides herself on working at every price point, with experience buying and selling homes anywhere from $100,000 to over $2 million.
Rachel’s drive and tireless work ethic have allowed her to rapidly grow her business. Her desire to achieve perfection in every aspect of a transaction has made her a well-equipped communicator and problem solver. She truly values each of the connections she has with vendors in all aspects of the real estate process, whether that’s working with a quality lender, handyman, inspector, or closing attorney. She values decency in business above all else, and you can rest easy knowing you have a strong advocate on your side throughout the entire process.
Rachel attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill as a fourth-generation Tar Heel, where her love for helping others drove her to accept a Teaching Fellows Scholarship. Upon graduating, she moved to Raleigh where she was a math teacher in the public school system for four years. She taught at both Ligon GT Magnet Middle School and Mount Vernon Middle School. Rachel’s selfless nature and loving spirit have allowed her to maintain the many impactful relationships built during her time in education. Her love for the buying and selling process, along with a desire to serve the community on a larger scale, inspired her to venture into a career in real estate. As a former educator, she has a sense of calm about her and an ability to make people feel comfortable as they navigate the home-buying and selling process.
Rachel lives in Raleigh with her husband in a home that they renovated from top to bottom. In their free time, they love traveling with friends and family and vacationing to Atlantic Beach, N.C., where Rachel spent many summers growing up. You can also find them out walking their dog, Dak, a mutt they rescued from Freedom Ride Rescue in Raleigh.