THE REALTOR OF CHOICE FOR PROFESSIONAL AND KNOWLEDGABLE SERVICE.......
There is no question that John Kaye is a “cut above” other real estate brokers with his exceptional knowledge of the local and national markets, his dedicated focus on serving his clients, his extremely helpful staging and marketing techniques, and his overall high energy and enjoyment of his profession. My husband and I are extremely thankful we had John representing us in the sale of our home.
Jayne and Bill Van Vooren, Pinehurst,NC
I will just say I consider John Kaye to be in the Top 1% of Real Estate agents in Pinehurst.
Bill Blum / Builder / Equinox Homes of Pinehurst
Id like to express our deepest appreciation for all you did in selling our house in 12 days....you hit all the marks, price, staging and all the changes that made the house attractive to a buyer...just simply amazing.....Thank You so much.....
Bruce and Sandra Weir, Kissimmee,Fla
Over the years we have owned five houses and have consequently worked with several real estate agents....I can say unequivocally that you have been the best.......It was a pleasure to work with you and I know with your repertoire of skills and your fantastic Home Staging talent you will continue to be the Premier Real Estate agent for the Pinehurst area....Many Thanks......
Jason and Susan Weiss
The Village of Pinehurst, located in an area known as "the Sandhills" in Moore County, is in south central North Carolina. Although it was established in 1895, the Village did not become a municipality until 1980.
James Walker Tufts, a resident of the Boston area, had amassed a considerable fortune as head of various enterprises, most notably the American Soda Fountain Company. In 1895, he made an arrangement to purchase about 598 acres of land for about $1.25 per acre to create a health resort in the Sandhills.
Mr. Tufts wanted a "first rate" plan for his new resort and contacted a land planning firm in Brookline, Massachusetts that was headed by Frederick Law Olmstead, designer of Central Park in New York City and the Biltmore Estate in Asheville. In about three weeks time, the plan for the Village of Pinehurst was formed. Mr. Tufts then hired Donald Ross in 1900 to be responsible for development of golf.
For many years, Pinehurst was a privately held resort under sole proprietorship of the Tufts family. In 1920, a corporate form of ownership was established when a charter for Pinehurst, Inc. was obtained. By the late 1960's the shareholders of Pinehurst, Inc. decided to sell the resort property to Diamondhead Corporation. Over the next decade, Diamondhead created about 7,000 lots or units for sale with membership rights to the Pinehurst resort facilities. Infrastructure to support these lots (roads, water, sewer, etc.) was also constructed at this time. In 1980, pursuant to an Order of Incorporation, the Village of Pinehurst became an incorporated municipality. Since then ownership of the resort property has changed hands several times and the world-renowned golf courses have been developed and expanded under each owner.
In 1996, The Village of Pinehurst and Pinehurst Resort had the distinct pleasure of being given National Landmark status for their historical, significant role in U.S. golf history