David Zeitz is a bit of a mixed bag. He grew up simple, on a third generation family farm in North Central Kentucky and brought up right by a Southern Baptist Sunday School Teacher-Mother and Deacon-Father. From those beginnings, his life's path has been as twisted as a mountain road, though not nearly as rocky. Along the way, David has been a student, band member, busboy, pianist, cook, caterer, customer service manager, purchasing clerk, and chemical engineer intern. But for the last 16 years, he's found his passion in Residential and Commercial Real Estate Brokerage.

    "Everything we are, today, is a piece of where we were in our yesterdays," David explained. "Some of the jobs I had along the way took hard work, learning to work with the public, and the Engineering classes and jobs taught me some fantastic problem solving skills. Taking a bit from everything I've done before helps tremendously with what I do for my clients and colleagues today."

    David is a two time President of the Lumberton Board of REALTORS®, served seven years as member of the North Carolina Association of REALTORS® Board of Directors and currently serves as a committee member of the local Long Leaf Pine Association of REALTORS® Multiple Listing Service (MLS). He is an active proponent of Personal Property Ownership and has supported the REALTORS® Political Action Committee (RPAC) as a fourth year Sterling "R" donor.

    David currently resides in Oakridge Subdivision, Lumberton, NC and is president of the Amberdale Homeowners Association and President of the Carolina Civic Center Foundation, Historical Downtown Theatre.

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