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326 North New River Drive , Surf City - NC 28445
Office: 1-910-507-5187

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About Robert Carlton

Robert began his real estate career after a 28 year life in healthcare in Northwest North Carolina. He worked as an Athletic Trainer, rising to Clinic Director and Department Director of Rehabilitation Services in private and Hospital based settings. Robert also has been deeply involved in Emergency Services as a Volunteer Firefighter and Chief as well as an Advanced EMT for local EMS for almost 30 years. He is currently a Volunteer Firefighter/AEMT with Surf City Fire and is part of the Ocean Rescue Team and Firefighters Auxiliary. Robert's experience with varied populations gives him the ability to connect with all ages and walks of life to meet their needs. He and his wife Lisa, who is a closing coordinator for CB SeaCoast Streamline Realty Team, have an adult son Andrew and live in Surf City.

Robert looks forward to serving the area, helping his friends old and new find their "Salty Piece of Land".

If you are a Seller...

  • Your home will be marketed, not just listed!
  • Your home will be marketed as part of my innovative "Every Day Until It’s Sold" program.

If you are a Buyer...

  • You can be assured that you will be exposed to all the homes in the area that are in your price range and meet your needs.
  • You will have representation from the first time you see your new home, through negotiations, the escrow process, close and after.
Robert Carlton
Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage<br> Streamline Realty Team

Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage
Streamline Realty Team

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