Mary Wible


In her own words

Community-Minded Real Estate: Mary knows that the relationships between realtors and clients require not just confidence but a deep understanding. As each sale is a unique transaction between individuals, she believes that you deserve an advocate who will work tirelessly to find the solutions that are best for you. Mary is experienced with all aspects of the home buying process, including renovations and construction, pricing and lending, advertising, negotiating and the law. She's an expert in local market trends and especially knowledgeable about the wide array of neighborhoods and schools in her districts. From country retreats to downtown lofts, she works from all price points, from western Wake County to Alamance, with added expertise in Durham, Chapel Hill, Hillsborough, and Pittsboro.

Mary is an honors graduate of NC State University and taught a class for Duke University's Non-Profit Management program, where she also holds a Certificate. She's a strong advocate for restoration and preservation efforts in Durham. She serves on the Community Services Committee for the Durham Region Association of Realtors and was nominated for a 2013 Rising Star Award. She helped envision and secure funding for the first "affordably green" housing project in Durham which was further developed by the Durham Community Land Trustees who then invited Mary to join their Board. She also served on the Board of Clean Energy Durham and led her neighborhood's participation in the Neighborhood Energy Retrofit Project, a program that worked neighbor-to-neighbor improving 700 homes in Durham to significantly increase their energy efficiency and savings.

For 25 years, Mary gained extensive project management experience working with non-profits on environmental and social justice issues and spearheading international fundraising, marketing and branding projects for sustainable and green businesses. She was a key organizer in the early years of Central Park School for Children's Strawberry Festival. She helped her neighborhood raise funds to restore a historic landmark (La Vaquita's Cow) and helps fundraise for Walltown Children's Theater. Down to earth and personable, Mary, her spouse and two children have lived in the Lakewood area of Durham for over 20 years.

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