Craig Duckworth was wonderful at navigating the expected and the unforeseen issues that happened in our negotiations. We felt he was advocating for us at every turn and opportunity. The end result was a timely sale of the house at an unexpectedly high price.
About Craig Duckworth
Over the past 23 years I have helped 100's of clients successfully buy, build and sell homes in the Greater Charlotte North Carolina Area. I joined Re/Max in 2007 and although most of my business comes from referrals, I am never too busy to help new clients. I specialize in the Greater Charlotte Area including the University / North Charlotte Area and the surrounding cities of Concord, Harrisburg, Huntersville, Denver, Lake Norman (LKN), Cornelius & Mooresville.
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