Thomas Wohl

Broker

eXp Realty in Triangle Region of North Carolina

Thomas Wohl Real Estate- Brokered by eXp

Thomas Wohl Knows Real Estate

5

5 out of 5 Stars
Zillow Reviews
Top 1% in the Triangle Region

5

5 out of 5 Stars
Google Reviews

As one of the Top ranked professional Broker with superior market knowledge of the current local market and with 25+ years of experience combined with extraordinary negotiating skills you are in good hands! I specialize in the residential market extended to investment and multi-family properties. My attention to detail and my personalized approach to real estate properties and investments make me one of the most respected and top ranked Brokers in the industry.

I also specialize in both US & International Relocation of employees. I am an approved Realtor/Broker through the Human Resources & Relocation Departments of many of the major Triangle Area companies such as IBM, PPD, GSK, BASF, MetLife & many others. I know & sell all areas of the Triangle market! I work hard to satisfy the requirements of my clients and welcome your business! I will take good care of you as one of the top professionals in the industry! I pay attention and do a lot of research on DATA like median prices of homes, Absorption rate, day on the market, etc. around Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Chapel Hill, Durham and surrounding areas. Whether you are looking to buy or sell a home, as a highly trained Broker with EXP realty (Former Remax Hall of Fame) I will aid you with next move!

I am also known for my excellent negotiations, timely response, and attention to personal preferences!


About Thomas Wohl

Living in the Triangle for over 25 years now, I'm excited to show my clients all the things I love about this area and why I've chosen this as my home away from home! Originally from Europe, my youth was well rounded with school, athletics, and extra-curricular activities. My father, a professional hockey player who later became an executive master chef, instilled in me a strong sense of community and dedication to the things I enjoy. As a young man, it was basketball. I played semi-professional basketball in Hungary and was later recruited by the famous Jim Valvano (Jimmy V.) at North Carolina State University - which brought me to this beautiful state!

When my coach passed from cancer and my basketball career ended, I began to focus on academics and my local community. That path led me to the real estate profession and a fulfilling career that has spanned more than two decades.

Today, I enjoy all things real estate, traveling, photography, and even basketball! I coach a basketball team with the Special Olympics, as well as assisting in coaching local middle school students and other youth programs. When I'm not spending time with my lovely wife and playful dog at home, I'm enjoying my adventures with clients who've become family to me.

The world of real estate has opened my eyes to all great possibilities Raleigh and beyond offer. The culture, education, nature, sports, and locals provide an amazing sense of community - one I'm happy to introduce to anyone interested in learning more!

Latest Blog Posts

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