Kurt Pearson was 'born and bred' in North Carolina. Raised in Rutherford County, he
left for Chapel Hill to attend the University of North Carolina where he met
his wife, Christina. After they graduated from UNC, they decided to remain in
the piedmont area, and they have lived there ever since. For the last twenty or
so years, they have resided in Mebane, a “Positively Charming” town that is currently
experiencing tremendous growth while trying to hold onto that small town feel.
Being a member of the local Planning Board, he certainly is witnessing the
growth demands firsthand. He remains optimistic that Mebane can grow
responsibly and keep its charming qualities intact. He continues to herald the
need to focus on quality public schools, staying ahead of traffic and infrastructure
needs while maintaining a balanced housing stock.
Kurt went on to receive a Master in Arts degree from The University of North
Carolina at Greensboro, obtaining a Geography degree while specializing in
Urban Planning. Afterwards, he taught Geography courses at UNC-Greensboro and
at Alamance Community College as a visiting instructor. During those years, he worked
full-time as a city planner, eventually becoming a Planning Director before
deciding to join his wife's appraisal business full time. He has co-owned this
appraisal business for over 13 years and they have worked in most areas between
High Point and Raleigh.
A few years ago, Kurt decided to get back into real estate, since all his
experiences and education work directly or indirectly within real estate
related topics. It was a great decision to jump into real estate with both
feet. He has enjoyed it immensely, loving his time working with Keller Williams
out of the Burlington and Mebane offices. However, he found out quickly that
there was a need to try to do something….different. Hence, his decision to go
out on his own and form his own real estate company – Keep the Green Realty.
The model is simple. Keep listing commissions as low as possible to save people
money, all while giving his clients the full-service treatment they deserve.
When the Mebane and surrounding areas are so hot and in demand, Kurt wishes to
give everyone a chance to experience this new model of selling their home… and
save money in the process. Therefore, his hope is to talk to anyone who is
thinking about selling their home to see just how much they may save with Keep
the Green Realty as their brokerage of choice.
Call Kurt to experience this new way of doing business in real estate in our area.
If you don’t catch him helping his clients meet their goals, you may catch him writing
books, playing tennis, playing golf or fishing. He volunteers as a Guardian ad
Litem, assisting foster children navigate their way through life and through
the court system as a court appointed advocate. As mentioned, he gives his time
to volunteer on the Mebane Planning Board. Kurt, his wife, and two daughters
are members of First Baptist Church in Mebane as well.
Call on Kurt and put his unique education and experience in the Real Estate market
to work for YOU! He will get the job done and save you money in the
process – a win-win for everyone.
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