Rodney Q. Harris has been building and selling homes in the Wilmington area since 1992. He moved to the area while working in the Golf Industry. After completing the construction of two championship course designed by Pete Dye and Jack Nicklaus at Landfall Club, Mr. Harris joined his uncle in the construction industry where together they build over 800 homes. In 1997 Mr. Harris founded his own residential construction firm, building entry level to large custom homes, winning awards for his construction projects.
Over the years Mr. Harris' and sales teams have worked closely with hundreds of agents in the area. Because of those experiences he decided to join Intracoastal Realty where he appreciates the professionalism of the agents, the Firm's commitment to the agents through education and the constant up to the minute market research that benefits the Firm's thousands of clients each year.
With his construction and new home sales background, Mr. Harris is able to help all clients properly review the properties they consider. He believes his background is valuable to his clients regardless of whether they are first time home buyers, investors or buying their last property for retirement. His development background and time on the New Hanover County Planning Board gives him the ability to provide a different perspective of the region.
Mr. Harris served on the Board of Directors of the Wilmington-Cape Fear Home Builders Association for more than a decade. He served as the Associations President in 1998 which is known to be the largest Trade Association east of Raleigh. Mr. Harris has been awarded sales and service awards by that Association's Sales and Marketing Council over the last twenty years. He was also honored with the Builder of the Year award by the Association.
Mr. Harris served on the New Hanover County Planning Board for six years with four of those years as Chairman. He has also served as Chairman of the New Hanover County Inspections Department Advisory Council. He enjoys golf, boating and family time.
Mr. Harris grew up in Kannapolis in the Piedmont Area of NC. He graduated from NC State University in 1975, lived for a short time in New Bern, NC and has been in the Wilmington area since 1978.