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Robert Nagel

Associate Broker
(919)602-8801

Rnagel1realtor@nc.rr.com

About Me

Board of Realtors:

Member of RRAR (Raleigh Regional Association of REALTORS)

Member of NAR (National Association of REALTORS)

Robert Nagel (goes by Bob) has been in the business of Real Estate for over 30+ years. He is formerly from the Western New York/Buffalo area where he started his Real Estate career back in 1981. He moved to the Cary/Apex area in North Carolina in 1997. Shortly after arriving, he was re-licensed for real estate sales in NC and has been doing it ever since.

Bob has been married to the same beautiful wife for 38 years. They have 4 adult children and are proud grandparents of 6 grandchildren and 1 spoiled dog named Maddie. Besides real estate, Bob enjoys his family, church, travel and sports and is also currently working on getting his black belt in martial arts.

Why should you consider Bob as your real estate adviser/broker? Because he personally looks out for all his clients real estate needs. Bob treats people the way he likes to be treated with honesty, integrity, and making sure you make the right decisions when it comes to real estate buying or selling. Bob’s goal is not to be your one time agent just to make a sale, but to make sure you’re happy and satisfied throughout your real estate experience, and that you will “feel confident” to recommend him to your co-workers, friends and family. A referral is the highest compliment you can give and Bob strives to make any of the people you recommend his top priority with availability, finding the right answers to “all” questions and looking out for your real estate needs.

A portion of every closed transaction is donated to both Cystic Fibrosis and Autism for Bob has a granddaughter, Avery Hope with Cystic Fibrosis and a grandson, Ethan Porter with Autism.

Bob looks forward to hearing from you and hopes you give him the opportunity to become you real estate sales person and adviser.

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