Allen Tate Announces Relocation of Greensboro-North Elm Office

30 Mar

Allen Tate Company (www.allentate.com) is pleased to announce the relocation of its Greensboro-North Elm sales office. The new office is conveniently located at 3623 North Elm Street, Suite 100, near Lake Jeannette in Greensboro.NorthElm_Full

“This new business park location offers convenience for both agents and clients. The office design is very contemporary, with the latest technology, which makes for a desirable workspace and optimal customer experience,” said Nancy Radtke, Greensboro-North Elm branch leader.

The new office will accommodate more than 50 Realtors® and staff who service Guilford, Rockingham and Alamance counties and will cater to various work styles, including those agents who prefer to work virtually. It features a “living room” lobby, open floor plan and private conference space.

Allen Tate has served the Triad region since 2002. The company has seven Triad locations, including Greensboro-North Elm, Greensboro-Green Valley, Asheboro, Burlington, High Point, Oak Ridge, and Winston-Salem, for a total of 40 branches in the Charlotte, Triad, Triangle and Upstate regions.

To contact an Allen Tate agent in the Greensboro-North Elm office, call 336-315-2000.

H. Allen Tate, Jr. Highway Officially Named

26 Mar

Final section of I-485 named for Allen Tate Companies founder

Since 1957, signs bearing the name “Allen Tate” have been widely recognized in front yards throughout the Carolinas. Now the Allen Tate name will be seen along another frequently traveled path – the final section of I-485 in northeast Mecklenburg County.

H. Allen Tate, Jr. and North Carolina Governor, Pat McCrory.
H. Allen Tate, Jr. and North Carolina Governor, Pat McCrory pictured at the ceremony today.

Today, the H. Allen Tate, Jr. Highway was officially named in honor of the founder and CEO of Allen Tate Companies and longtime transportation advocate, Allen Tate.

The 5.7-mile segment of I-485, which stretches from N.C. 115 (Old Statesville Road) to I-85, completes the 67-mile “outer loop” around Charlotte and connects I-85 to I-77. The “turbine interchange” at I-85 is a design first for North Carolina that improves efficiency, sight distances and safety. This final segment is slated to open in late spring.

The ceremony, hosted by the N.C. Department of Transportation and the Charlotte Chamber of Commerce, was attended by state and local dignitaries, colleagues, friends and family members who have been witness to Tate’s tireless efforts as a transportation champion during the past 35 years.

“This is an honor beyond description, but it comes along the way. This is not the end of figuring out ways to fill the transportation infrastructure. The trip is not finished – just this project,” said Tate.

“From the day I arrived here in November 1991, I rode with Allen on Saturdays, learning where the future transportation corridors of Charlotte would be,” said Pat Riley, president and COO of Allen Tate Companies.

“From the other side of my office wall, I’ve witnessed 22 years of relentless transportation coalition-building – so that future generations can look back and say ‘they got it right,’” said Riley.

Tate, a Realtor® and developer who founded Allen Tate Companies in 1957, has served as chair of the Charlotte Chamber’s Regional Roads Committee, on the Toll Roads Solutions Committee and most recently, as a member of the Committee of 21. In 2008, Tate led the charge for I-485 to be completed ahead of schedule as well as the widening of I-85 in Cabarrus County and I-485 south of Charlotte.

“Our region has benefited immensely because of Allen’s tireless commitment to making it better,” said Ned Curran, N.C. Board of Transportation chairman. “Being an advocate for better regional transportation systems is just one example of the many contributions Allen Tate has provided in his decades of public service.”

“I am proud of the many people who have worked so hard on this for so many years,” said Tate.

“What have we learned from this journey? Do a lot of listening,” said Tate.

Allen Tate Luxury Portfolio Presents Online Collection

24 Mar

Online magazine showcases luxury homes in the Carolinas

The luxury homes market is one of the fasting growing segments of the real estate industry. Transactions involving luxury homes require customized marketing, discretion and privacy, and no company provides more care and consideration to their luxury listings than Allen Tate RealtorsⓇ.

Allen Tate is pleased to present a new product that showcases luxury listings to active luxury buyers, the Allen Tate Luxury Portfolio Online Collection. This online magazine, published every other month, highlights more than 20 available luxury properties from across the Carolinas.

The Allen Tate Luxury Portfolio Online Collection is available through the company website and offers readers color photos and a detailed description of homes priced at $750,000 and above. The magazine links to additional property photos and listing price.

While the magazine highlights a sampling of luxury listings across the company footprint in North and South Carolina, buyers may view all of Allen Tate’s luxury listings via the company website.

“This online magazine will give home buyers the opportunity to explore an impressive selection of luxury homes listed by Allen Tate. These homes are unique, and each one has a unique story. Our goal is to paint that picture for our readers,” says Phyllis Brookshire, president, Allen Tate Realtors.

“The combination of Luxury Portfolio International™ and Allen Tate creates a powerful network of potential buyers for listed homes, and we use that same network to make sure our clients find the luxury home they’ve always dreamed of,” says Brookshire.

To access the latest edition of the Allen Tate Luxury Portfolio Online Collection or to search for luxury properties, contact any Allen Tate Realtor, or visit the company website.

 

Allen Tate Company Names Vanessa Mouton Branch Leader of Cary-Searstone Office

20 Mar

Allen Tate Company, the Carolinas’ leading real estate company, has named Vanessa Mouton as branch leader of the company’s Cary-Searstone office at 5015 Winston Hill Drive in Cary.Mouton, Vanessa

In her new role, Mouton will train, manage and mentor more than 25 agents and staff.

Mouton has more than 11 years of real estate experience and has served as sales manager of the Allen Tate Cary-Searstone office since January 2014. She also has extensive business marketing and consulting experience.

An active volunteer, Mouton donates her time to various school and community events throughout the year.

“We’re excited for Vanessa to move into the role of branch leader at Cary-Searstone. She’s an outstanding leader and advocate, and we wish her continued success,” said Phyllis Brookshire, president, Allen Tate Realtors®.

Mouton and her husband, Dwight, reside in Cary with their three children. She enjoys nature photography, blogging and spending time entertaining family and friends.

Allen Tate Realtor® Diane Honeycutt Shares Expertise at Mentoring Monday

16 Mar

Charlotte Business Journal sponsors event for professional women

Allen Tate Realtor® Diane Honeycutt will join more than 120 outstanding professional women across the state to participate in Bizwomen Mentoring Monday events on March 30.Diane Honeycutt

American City Business Journals will sponsor events in 43 cities on the same day, including events in the Charlotte, Triad and Triangle markets of North Carolina. Nationwide, Mentoring Monday is expected to reach more than 10,000 women.

Each mentor, who is an established business or community leader, will participate in seven-minute, one-on-one mentoring sessions with attendees. Mentoring Monday is a companion event to the Business Journals’ Women in Business awards luncheons.

Honeycutt, team leader of the top-producing Team Honeycutt, based in Concord, and a member of the Cabarrus County Board of Commissioners, will mentor at the Charlotte event, which will be held at the Harris Conference Center, 3216 CPCC Harris Campus Drive.

Deadline to participate in the Mentoring Monday events is March 25. To register, visit www.bizjournals.com/calendar/ and select a city.

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