Lori Edwards

REALTOR/ Managing Broker

RE/MAX United

Real Estate Focused on You

About Lori Edwards

Meet Lori, a true North Carolina native, born, raised, and educated in the Land of the Long Leaf Pine. She graduated with honors from Appalachian State University as a North Carolina Teaching Fellow, and has since called Raleigh her home for over two decades. Lori has immersed herself in the Triangle area, living, working, and thriving alongside the community she serves.

As a former public school teacher and non-profit fund developer, Lori has always been passionate about helping others. Her love of educating and getting to know her clients is evident in every step of the home buying and selling process. Her extensive knowledge, expertise, and exceptional communication skills ensure that each client feels supported and informed every step of the way.

Lori is not only a dedicated professional, but a resilient survivor of Triple Negative Breast Cancer. Her strength, courage, and unwavering determination are evident as soon as you meet her. Today, she has no evidence of disease, and is committed to making the most of every moment with her husband, two teen daughters, and their Australian Labradoodle named after their beloved college town, Boone.

When she's not working hard for her clients or managing the RE/MAX United Raleigh office as Broker-in-Charge, Lori can be found indulging in her favorite pastimes. She enjoys hitting the slopes snow skiing, getting lost in a good book, volunteering in her community, traveling with her family, and cheering on the App State Mountaineers.

It's clear that Lori's love of North Carolina runs deep. Whether she's relaxing in the mountains or soaking up the sun on the coast, she truly embodies the joy of calling this state her home. If you're looking for a dedicated, knowledgeable, and compassionate real estate professional in central North Carolina to guide you through the home buying or selling process, look no further than Lori.

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