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About Millicent Williams


Prior to real estate, I graduated from N.C. State University majoring in Accounting and worked many years as a CPA with a Big Six Accounting Firm. Real estate became my career of choice after spending a number of years home with my four children.

I became a licensed real estate agent in 2008 and have been helping families sell and buy real estate since then. There are not many things more important in life than home. Therefore, I take my role in my real estate work very seriously. I am dedicated to helping my clients achieve a very important goal whether the client is buying their first home or their tenth. I look forward to the opportunity to work with you. You will find that you have indeed found a professional dedicated to your real estate needs. Let’s get started!

Millicent Williams
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