All of our Triangle agents maintain professional memberships in the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors®, North Carolina Association of REALTORS®, and National Association of REALTORS®.
Clay grew up in Louisville, Kentucky and moved to the Triangle in 1985. He has three graduate degrees from NCSU, all earned at night while working full-time during the day. His graduate work includes courses in land development policies and real estate economics. A certified network engineer, Clay worked in RTP in the information technology sector for ten years as a corporate writer and trainer before spending the next ten years as a college instructor of History. He has additional professional experience in finance, public relations, executive speech writing, and ghostwriting. In his spare time, Clay and his wife enjoy international travel. He is a published novelist and continues to write. Clay joined Carolina Realty Solutions in 2015 and is is the Broker-in-Charge of the Triangle Office for the firm. He represents buyers and sellers in all areas of the Triangle.
A Triangle-area resident since 2002, Heather Holcombe has a passion for working with clients to realize their real estate dreams. She has almost two decades of interior design experience with degreed credentials in interior design. She understands how a house becomes a home. The combination of her design expertise with savvy real estate skills makes Heather uniquely skilled as a realtor. Her knowledge of new construction, remodeling, and design are invaluable, whether you are buying or selling. If you are listing with her, she can also advise you on how best to stage your home to leverage its assets and attract buyers. Heather is a trusted professional able to guide you throughout the process. She works in Wake County, Chatham County, Orange County, and Durham County.
Dennis has called Wake County home since 2001. Leveraging experience in sales and education, he brings a unique and well-informed perspective to real estate. Much of his work has been in representing buyers and sellers in the $1 million and up luxury home market. For two decades Dennis has directly supported the Raleigh arts community, as well as spending almost a decade teaching in local universities and community colleges. With degrees from Rice University, Duquesne University and a certificate in nonprofit management from Duke University, Dennis is committed to building lasting relationships with clients as he brings buyers and sellers together. Always learning and listening, his insights on market data and local trends enable Dennis to serve his clients with trust and loyalty. Along with his wife, three boys, and their dog, you’ll find Dennis outdoors as much as possible.
Mark Whittaker grew up in Knoxville, TN and has enjoyed living in the Raleigh area for the last 20 years. He has extensive experience and insights into the local area real estate market, having owned and maintained several investment properties in different areas. Mark’s work in refurbishing homes, hiring and supervising all kinds of trade skill services, and addressing the technical aspects of homes, mean that he is able to offer his buying clients and selling clients solid input and recommendations throughout the entire process. He is passionate about helping to bring creative solutions to whatever opportunities his clients might have. He consistently provides end to end support to his buying and selling clients across the Triangle.
North Carolina native Lora Michael knows the Triangle community well. Lora realizes that selling and/or buying a home can be a complicated process. She strives to make the transition as smooth as possible for her clients, and she enthusiastically takes on the responsibilities of meeting every client’s needs and goals. When not working, Lora enjoys spending time with her husband and their teenage son and daughter, exploring all the activities the Triangle area has to offer. Lora is the resident expert in the office on Wake County public schools, attendance zones, enrollment caps, and new school construction plans. She works mainly in the western and southern parts of Wake County, so she carefully monitors the I-540 continuation project with respect to its potential influence on residential real estate.