Real estate firm making changes

The firm formerly known as Realty World Yadkin Valley has recently changed it’s name to Yadkin Valley Real Estate.

But that’s not all the company has done in recent months, moving its corporate offices, reaching a major milestone in its business, as well as expanding its web presence.

In March the changes began in earnest, at least as far as the public was concerned. The company, which had been based in Pilot Mountain, moved its headquarters in Mount Airy — though it maintains a Pilot Mountain presence.

In May the folks there hit a significant milestone, hitting its 1,000th closing.

And now, the company has unveiled its new name — Yadkin Valley Real Estate.

“We owe all of our progress and success to the great folks of Surry and Stokes County as well as the Greater Yadkin Valley and Virginia regions,” said owner and broker Bryant Brantley.

“We will never forget our 15-year affiliation with the Realty World franchise, the friendships made, and the referral network that we are sure will continue on as fellow Realtors. We will also miss the annual conventions, in which just this past year, our firm was awarded second in the whole region for commercial and land sales.”

Brantley said that despite the changes, the firm’s core mission is the same.

“As a full service brokerage firm, we specialize in residential, farms and land, commercial, property management and investment properties.”

To reflect the changes, the company as redeveloped its website, which is now, and expanded its web presence.

“We have redesigned and just launched,, and Finally, for our rural clients, we’re diligently redesigning, (which is) coming soon.”

Although changing names and locations, Bryant said the firm retains the experience and accompanying services it has built up over the years.

“Several brokers in our firm have over 20 years experience. We also have an in-house lender, and we’re licensed in North Carolina and Virginia. We are members of the National, State and local Realtor associations and abide to a strict code of ethics,” he said. “On staff we have past presidents of the local Board of Realtors and others who have served at the state level and a few past Realtors of the Year.”

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