Call Ed: 919.423.6627
Broker, REALTOR®, GRI
Ed provides a long term, professional perspective for his clients when guiding them through the home buying and selling process. With over 25 years experience in the real estate industry, Ed aims to educate his clients so they can make wise decisions. For buyers and sellers alike, Ed is sensitive to his clients needs and works diligently to negotiate a smooth, successful sale. Ed’s focus on providing service to his clients well beyond the conclusion of the sales transaction enables him to reach his ultimate goal: To be your Realtor for life.
Connected to the Community
Ed moved to Chapel Hill in 1993 from San Diego and has never looked back. Both he his wife Lyn have enthusiastically embraced Chapel Hill as their home. His past affiliations include serving as a director for the Chapel Hill Red Cross, a University Presbyterian Church Trustee, a Troop 845 Boy Scout Committee Chair and high adventure trip leader. He has also served as an elected Director of the Chapel Hill Board of Realtors. Ed currently is the Scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 845 and is a high school Sunday school teacher at University Presbyterian Church. He has been recognized twice as a WCHL Home Town Hero and in 2015 he received the Orange/Chatham Board of Realtors Good Neighbor Award.
Ed loves the outdoors and being active. He has led numerous cycling and backpacking adventures, and is an avid runner.
Ed began his Real Estate Career in 1985 where he served as the Research Director for the San Diego District Office of Commercial Real Estate firm, Grubb and Ellis. After two years, he became a Grubb & Ellis Commercial Real Estate Agent where he represented Developers and Fortune 500 firms. In 1993 Ed made the move to North Carolina. He spent 10 years in the technology industry, where his experience included running a consulting practice for General Electric and heading up business development partnerships for two high tech start ups. In 2002, Ed returned to real estate, and is focused on the Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Durham, and Chatham County residential markets.