Mary Cheatham King Real Estate sponsors KWLA and Big Rock Kids Tournament

Leading Real Estate Company Helps Community Through MCKRE GIVES Program

Mary Cheatham King real estate (MCKRE), a real estate company in Carteret County, North Carolina, is pleased to announce that it is a proud sponsor of the 2021 Keli Wagner Lady Angler and Big Rock Kids tournaments. With that in mind, MCKRE takes this opportunity to share some details about theirs MCKRE GIVES Program. As one of the top performing real estate agencies in eastern North Carolina, MCKRE believes in giving back to the community – and so do their clients. Each time MCKRE helps a family buy or sell a property, they donate $100 to the MCKRE GIVES Fund on behalf of their client. These funds are then distributed to various local non-profit organizations in Carteret County each month.

MCKRE prides itself on having a team of experienced and professional real estate agents and support staff who care about the clients they take care of from the first consultation to completion. In 2020 they received numerous accolades including recognition as the #1 Real Estate Team on the Crystal Coast (a title they have held since 2017) as well as being the #14 Keller Williams Team in the world. They have ministered to 318 families in the past year and are on track to serve even more in 2021.

“We love giving back to the community,” said Mary Cheatham King, owner of Mary Cheatham King Real Estate. “We are able to give back to our community because we have an incredible number of clients who choose to work with us. Our agents, admins and developers strive to provide our customers with the ultimate customer experience. Whether buying or selling, customers can rely on our team to be there for them in a variety of ways. Even before your home comes onto the market, you have to lend a hand and the entire team gets to work. While our professional photographer works with our in-house interior designer to set the stage, our marketing team puts together bespoke, targeted campaigns to promote the property across all channels including digital, print and online marketing. Our in-house project manager works with a close-knit community of vendors to handle repairs, lawn care, painting and other contract work. We make sure each and every property is properly prepared to bring our sellers the most money in the shortest amount of time.”

The team of Mary Cheatham King real estate wants customers to know that they understand that buying or selling a home in Carteret County can be overwhelming, especially in today’s market. With professional help and a team of guides committed to serving their clients, the process becomes easier. Whether you are looking for a luxury coastal home on the mainland or looking to sell a quaint condo on the island, MCKRE’s real estate team will guide clients through the process until they find the home of their dreams or embark on their next adventure. Buyers and sellers can be assured of personalized attention from start to finish. “Our team understands Carteret County like no other,” said Mary Cheatham King. “Whether it’s Morehead City, Atlantic Beach, Beaufort or Emerald Isle, a dream home is just a click, phone call or email away. Plus, you’re giving back to the community we all love at the same time. It’s a win-win situation!”

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About Mary Cheatham King Real Estate

Based in Morehead City, NC, Mary Cheatham King Real Estate (MCKRE) is a real estate team providing a full range of buyer and seller services. MCKRE is a team of professional, creative and experienced real estate agents and support staff who manage and manage all aspects of the process – from social media and targeted marketing to photography, staging and film production. Your customers will be taken care of from the first consultation to the conclusion … and beyond.



Mary Cheatham King real estate

5113A US-70, Morehead City, NC 28557

Phone: (252) 518-5222


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