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West and Woodall is excited about our new website!  Our goal is to provide the best technology to our buyers and sellers and we feel that our new website accomplishes this goal.  Our new site is mobile friendly and allows our agents to communicate with our clients the way that they want to be communicated with.  Loaded with search options that are constantly updated directly from the Triangle Multiple Listing Service our website provides our clients with the up to date information needed in our busy and robust real estate market.  Our agents will be able to easily promote our seller's listings on many social media platforms with a couple of clicks of a button.  

This Blog feature will be another added way for our agents to promote and provide resources to our clients.  More posts to come.  Thanks for supporting our company.  We are locally owned and our agents are invested in our community.

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Bert Woodall

After graduating from UNC-Chapel Hill, Bert moved to Durham in 1992, where he currently resides. Bert started his real estate career in 2005, and he joined West and Woodall Real Estate as a partner i....

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