The Original Lake Norman Real Estate Company: Understanding and appreciating the enormous potential of the Lake Norman area, James A. Jennings founded Lake Norman Realty in 1978. His goal was to offer home buyers and sellers the finest real estate services tailored specifically to the lake market. Today his vision has evolved into one of the largest real estate firms in the Charlotte region under the leadership of his daughter Abigail Jennings. Abigail's innovative and creative approach has allowed her to grow the firm, while maintaining the reputation for integrity, and unparalleled service that has been a company hallmark since its formation.
Still independent and family-owned by Abigail and her mother Jane Getsinger, Lake Norman Realty is one of the area’s leading full-service real estate companies serving the region from Charlotte to Statesville and everywhere in between. With six offices are conveniently located around the lake, Lake Norman Realty's associates serve first-time home buyers to the luxury market, and everything in between. Whether it is new construction or commercial services, rentals or farm land, if it involves real estate in the Lake Norman region, you've come to the right place. In addition, our Relocation Division provides smooth assistance relocating to or from the beautiful Lake Norman area. No matter what your real estate need, we've got you covered!
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