Derek Worrell

Derek Worrell graduated from UNC-Charlotte over 10 years ago and loves living in the Queen City. During that time, he’s seen Charlotte explode in growth – geographically, in population, and culturally.

“The charm, growth, and southern hospitality draws attention from many throughout the country, which is exactly why my family chose to return,” he said. “I’ve had the opportunity to live in the Midwest and as far South as Puerto Rico, and am privileged to now call Charlotte home.”

Derek’s familiarity with Charlotte and dedication to service offers his clients the best in Charlotte living. He joined The Premier Team at RE/MAX Executive in February 2015 and has experienced tremendous success.  He achieved the RE/MAX 100% Club in 2016 that reflects levels of productivity that are more than double the industry average with commission levels between $100,000 – $249,999.

His leadership skills are exhibited by his strong work ethic, focus on success and his support of fellow co-workers. He is also an active community volunteer and has participated in various charitable fundraising activities for organizations including the Red Cross, Susan G. Komen, ALS and RPAC (Realtors Political Action Committee) and Linked Up for Kids annual golf tournament which raises money for the Children’s Miracle Network, Levine Children’s Hospital.

Derek’s Listings

2528 Sam Wilson Road
$413,000   Under Contract - Show

This land is surround by other commercial properties with great potential of a gas station, restaurant, truck stop or hotel. The property is located right off highway 85 sam wilson rd exit. There will be a loves gas station coming soon, right across the street. This property is zoned multi-family. Other parcel included in this sale is 05314202.

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Basic Information

MLS#: 3208809
Price: $413,000
Acreage: 3.00
Year Built: 1954
Type: Multi Family Acreage
Listing courtesy of: RE/MAX Executive

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