Business opens new office downtown

The staff of Property Specific Realty.

From WSJ Staff Reports

When Chris and Lori Webb were searching for a new location for their growing firm, Property Specific Realty, they knew downtown Wake Forest would be the perfect spot.

The Webb’s have lived in Wake Forest for the past 12 years and cherished the relationships and partnerships they developed during that time.

“Over this past summer, we moved our business into the longtime home of Sweetie’s Candy Store,” said Linda Webb.

“Chris worked hard to renovate and update the space, and we are happy to to have a home for our business. The best part about our new home is the community.”

The owners feel their new location will help  their growing business. 

“The downtown Wake Forest vibe is loving, community-centered, and caring.  And our neighbors have been so welcoming. We look forward to continuing to be part of this amazing community,” said Chris Webb. 

Property Specific Realty has been active in the Wake Forest market since 2015 representing buyers, sellers, and investors.  Their services cover the Triangle and Triad areas. They also provide property management. 

The firm has also made a name for itself through its renovations on residential and commercial projects, one of which was featured on HGTV’s Beachfront Bargain Hunt series in Pawley’s Island, S.C. 

Their new office is at 143 Wait Ave., Wake Forest. 

Property Specific Realty opens new office in Wake Forest.
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