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Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors
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What You Need to Know about September Housing Numbers Home sales rebounded in September; highlights from the latest housing report from the National Association of Realtors Athena Snow The housing market came back strong i...
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The Triad leader in real estate services and technology since 1997 with over 180 agents in multiple branches throughout the Triad.
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Coldwell Banker Triad,Realtors maintains 5 sales offices throughout the Triad and a corporate office in Winston-Salem. Offices are located in Greensboro, High Point, Kernersville, Winston-Salem, and Burlington with over 180 Sales Associates and staff. A consistent leader in the Triad, CB TRIAD provides complete real estate services, including residential and new home sales, commercial sales and leasing, relocation services, career development, and mortgage services through Coldwell Banker Mortgage.
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With a new concept real estate studio office in Burlington, CB TRIAD has demonstrated its leadership in technology. The company has embraced the new mobile business model; mobile agents are equipped with technology that enables them to facilitate smooth transactions from anywhere. Mobile technology enables CB TRIAD agents to provide faster service to their customers making transactions easier.
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