"Milas was very helpful in helping us find our dream home. We had changed our minds about what we wanted over the course of nine months, yet he was very patient and as there to help us look over countless ... more "
"Milas is an amazing realtor. I would highly recommend him to anyone! He is extremely thorough, responsive, respectful and just an all around great person. We worked with him to buy and sell our home while ... more "
by Michelle Harvin
"Milas made selling our home so easy, it was almost too good to be true! His thoroughness and attention to every detail are commendable in these days when people don’t read emails, return calls, or answer ... more "
by P A
Milas Dyer - RE/MAX Executive
2901 Coltsgate Road Suite 100
, NC 28211
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