Gayle Porter

eXp Realty in North Carolina Regional Multiple Listing Service

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About Gayle Porter

As a resident of North Carolina for 35 years, I have watched the growth and change this great state has seen over time. Growing up in a small town in Texas, I experienced the exponential growth that our area has seen over the last decade. I can also understand why North Carolina is constantly ranked at the top of many fewer places to relocate. With our exceptional economy, low cost of living, and educational opportunities -  it lends itself to not only great livability but also a sound investment.


I moved to Raleigh in 1990, employed with American Airlines inflight service.

I've maintained many homes within the state. And am able to serve clients from the capital to the coast. This is convenient for buyers and sellers needing to cross-market. North Carolina is a beautiful state with so much to offer. Just ask me and I'll tell you all about my favorites!


I pride myself on hard work and customer satisfaction. My team members work with integrity and are dedicated to the community, and provide service - smoothly and effectively. With my team's skills and a high-quality professional network, we have the resources needed to support you. Whether you are buying or selling, contact us today for help with your real estate needs. I look forward to talking to you and encouraging you on this journey! For me, it is not about the volume but rather the experience that each client feels heard with clear and constant communication. My goal is to meet individual needs.


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