The condominiums and single-family homes shown below are my personal listings as of today, and represent only a small fraction of what is available in the marketplace. Whether you are a potential buyer or seller (or both), please let me know how I can help you -- whether that might be a survey of available homes in your neighborhood of interest, detailed information about a particular property, or an assessment of what your property might be worth in today's market. I will reply back as quickly as I can and look forward to helping you.
Background: David's real estate practice is based in Raleigh, North Carolina with a particular emphasis on downtown luxury condominiums and inside-the-beltline homes. In 2012, David's real estate career was profiled by both the News & Observer and the Triangle Business Journal, and he is a frequent source for news stories on public schools and real estate in Wake County. The News & Observer honored David's contributions to North Carolina when it named him Tar Heel of the Week in 2010.
David chose Hodge & Kittrell Sotheby's International Realty after a twenty-year career in the performing arts, including more than a decade as President & CEO of the North Carolina Symphony.
David grew up in Newton, Mass., just outside Boston, and earned his economics degree at Harvard. He is married to Rebecca Worters who serves as director of development at the United Arts Council. Their children attend Wiley Elementary School and Longleaf School of the Arts.