Tim Burrell and the Team For YOUR Dreams are affiliated with RE/MAX United. We are an experienced and highly trained team of Realtors specializing in helping relocation clients.
If your Relocation gives you the choice, tell them you want to work with Tim Burrell and the Team For YOUr Dreams. Our team is uniquely qualified and has all the experience you need to help make your relocation experience a smooth and easy one.
After all, your home is your biggest asset, and moving into the right home is extremely important to your family. If you request Tim Burrell and the Team for YOUr Dreams, you will get a team of top professionals lead by a Realtor with over 25 years of experience. Just give us a call at (919) 846-3272 or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are a lot of challenges associated with selling your home with a relocation company. If you work with a team that knows how to do it, they can help guide you through these challenges and help move your family more quickly. Ask us how.
Of course we have all the educational designations, as all our members who show homes are certified relocation specialists. In addition, we have more degrees than a thermometer, from Tim’s Jurist Doctor, e-Pro certified by the National Association of Realtors, and e Certified by Prudential Real Estate, to Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and our buyer’s agent Accredited Buyer’s Representative (ABR). If you work with the major companies in the area, we often work with employees relocating with IBM, Nortel, Glaxo, Ericson, Alcatel, Duke, and many others. Name a significant company in this area, and Prudential is approved to do its relocation work.
Read the true stories by people like you that are found under the Buyers and Sellers sections of this website, then feel free to contact them directly to ask any questions you want.
Normally, Realtors can show you letters from some satisfied clients. We have them from nearly every client.
To see some click here. But, how many Realtors get fan mail from their fellow Realtors?