1. A covenant with our customers and clients to be a company that keeps its promises and is worthy of their trust.
2. A team of people who work together towards a common vision of treating others, as we want to be treated.
3. A commitment to make the complex business of real estate more seamless, transparent and professional.
Although we have been blessed with growth over the years, these are the governing commitments that guide everything that we do. They have been deeply woven into the fabric of our company through hard work and integrity. This is how we measure our success.
We started in 1991 in a small office on Water Street in down town Mocksville, NC. At that time, there were only three of us who operated our full service real estate company. In time, our growth exceeded over 27 agents who service not only the entire triad, but in some cases across the state.
Our growth has been driven by a strategy to attract and develop high achieving people of outstanding character who are committed to real estate excellence and to providing extraordinary personal service. We know that it is because of our dedicated team members we have achieved our success.
Members of our company will be seen all cross the landscape of the triad serving selflessly in various positions in their churches, Rotary Clubs, foundations, little league coaches and supporters, and many other positions. We enjoy where we work and where we live and we are committed to expressing our gratitude with our time and our resources.
At Century 21 Triad, the “why do we exist” part of our business is simple, to provide exceptional service to our customers and clients, maintaining the golden rule, do unto others as you would have them do unto you. We believe that maintaining the highest standards of honesty and integrity is paramount in our mission. The bottom line, you’re first in our business
Working with Kyle Swicegood on a land sale was the best experience I have ever had with a realtor in over thirty years. My sisters and I decided it was time to sell rural land in Davie County that had passed down in our family for more than 150 years. It was emotional for us, seeing the land pass from our hands after all these years, but it was the right decision.
Kyle suggested an auction; this was a wise choice for several reasons. The sale was quick with a timed auction, the sellers’ commission was less than a conventional sale, and we still set a minimum price we would accept. In terms of money this was a relatively modest sale, but considering the time and effort spent to make the sale a success, one would think it was a million dollar transaction. Kyle skillfully maneuvered around various obstacles that came up at times and in the end, both buyers and sellers were pleased.
We were impressed; Kyle had the interest and wishes of us, the sellers, at heart the entire time.
If someone has rural land, commercial or residential property to sell, speak with Kyle Swicegood. He has the experience and desire to help. You will not be disappointed.