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501 Eastowne Drive Ste 140 , Chapel Hill - NC 27514

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About Jodi Bakst, Broker


A Chapel Hill resident since 1990 and a Realtor since 1997, Jodi has achieved recognition through both her market performance and her professional growth as an expert Chapel Hill Realtor and expert Durham Realtor.

She has been a consistent top producer and has a deep and full understanding of Chapel Hill Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Durham NC as well as the surrounding area. She is known for her expertise in real estate technology and the real estate market. Jodi and her partner Bill Matthes have also built Team Jodi Property Management Group, a successful property mangement company. She has numerous professional designations including Broker, Certified Residential Specialist, Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist, Graduate Realtor Institute, Accredited Buyer Representative, Certified Distressed Property Expert and Senior Real Estate Specialist.

Jodi has built a successful Team of top Chapel Hill REALTORS, Durham REALTORS and Cary REALTORS that deliver the company's c lients seamless, high quality service. She is a past member of the North Carolina Association of Realtors Forms Committee and the Greater Chapel Hill Association of Realtors Board of Directors. Currently, Jodi is serving on the Town of Chapel Hill's Board of Adjustments. Jodi is has two children and is an active volunteer in the Jewish community. She holds an MA in Public Health from UNC-Chapel Hill and a BA in Economics from the University of California Santa Cruz.
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ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative
CIPS, Certified International Property Specialist
CRS®, Certified Residential Specialist®
GRI Graduate REALTOR Institute
NARs Green Designation
SRES®, Senior Real Estate Specialist
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