Kevin Woody, sales manager for the Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston South Square office, has announced that Shonté Proctor and James Grey have joined the firm’s Durham real estate division. Proctor currently attends Strayer University and is working to complete her Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA). She has a background in administrative work and was most recently employed with Nationwide Insurance. Proctor serves as an assistant basketball coach at Chapel Hill Parks and Recreation. She resides in Chapel Hill with her husband, LeRoy, and daughter, Imani. Grey is a graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration. Grey has 34 years of experience in retail as a manager and sale associate for a furniture manufacturer. He is an active member of the community where he serves as treasurer for St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, past-chair of the American Red Cross, Rainbow Center for Children board member and a volunteer at his local YMCA. He plans to move to Chapel Hill from North Wilkesboro with his wife, Mary.
“I am pleased to welcome Shonté and James to the Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston team,” said Woody. “They will assist in our promise to provide exceptional customer service through our team of experts.”
About Coldwell Banker Howard Perry And Walston
Howard Perry, an established builder, and Don Walston, a real estate entrepreneur, formed Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston in 1972. Today the company has over 700 real estate professionals, 13 sales offices, the area’s premier new homes division, a mortgage company, insurance services division, title company, an award winning relocation division, a growing Concierge home services division, the area’s number one real estate school, and the state’s number one real estate Website. The company has become the largest full-service residential real estate company in the Triangle and one of the leading realty firms in the nation, with more than 11,000 transactions a year and almost $3 billion in sales. In 2006, Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston was recognized among the 50 fastest growing private companies in the Triangle by the Triangle Business Journal.