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110 Dungannon Blvd Ste 100 , Wilmington - NC 28403
Office: 1-910-398-2222

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About Joel Sheesley

Over the past 10 years, Joel has built an extensive knowledge base. His diverse experience encompasses the acquisition and sale of a wide variety of real estate, from starter homes, investment properties and coastal estates, to luxury condominium, 1031 exchanges, manufactured homes, bank owned properties and vacation rentals. 
A native of North Carolina and a Wilmington resident since 1995, Joel has a comprehensive understanding of local property values, school districts, and subdivisions. An educated professional and astute business sense, he realized his natural aptitude for sales and affinity for working with people from building a successful furniture import business with his family.
Though he has earned referrals and trust as a result of his vast expertise in the Northeast Wilmington market, as he has lived there for many years, Joel is always willing to travel wherever the interests of his clients should take him.
Joel enjoys sharing his extensive local knowledge and putting his negotiating skills to work for the benefit of his clients. 

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