Just wanted to pass along a great real estate company to work with in Charlotte, NC – ENCE ESCE Realty, Inc. I used to work with the owner, Sam Powell at another real estate company. Sam was a top producing agent and can do a lot for anyone interested in relocating to North or South Carolina. Please visit his site to start your home search!
ENCE ESCE Realty, Inc. – will find you a home in Charlotte, NC
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