Cary, NC, Realtor Mimi Francis Recognized Among Top 1% of Agents Nationwide

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Mimi Francis, Owner of A Better Way Homes in North Carolina, has been recognized as one of the top 1% of agents in the U.S. based on sales, customer reviews and other metrics.

Mimi Francis, owner of A Better Way Homes Realty (, has been recognized as among the “Top 1% of Realtors” by the Real Estate Advisory League (REAL), a national organization that certifies real estate professionals based on factors such as annual sales, active listings, online presence and customer reviews. Mimi and her team of agents sell homes in North Carolina’s Wake, Johnston and Durham counties.

“I so appreciate the recognition of our hard work by the REAL group,” said Realtor Mimi Francis. “At A Better Way Homes, we strive to set a higher standard for the industry and I’m grateful for the great reviews we’ve received from previous clients that reflect that standard. We encourage anyone looking to sell or buy a home in Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Fuquay-Varina or any of the surrounding cities in the Raleigh area, to let us show them A Better Way to accomplish their goals.”

A Better Way Homes Realty was founded in 2012 by Mimi Francis, a Realtor with more than a decade of experience helping people buy and sell homes in Wake, Johnston and Durham counties. Mimi had been a top agent with Keller Williams Realty for several years before launching her own agency to better serve her buyers and home sellers in the Triangle Area. She has been ranked in the Top 5% in closed volume among all Triangle Realtors every year since 2011.

REAL members are handpicked by a selection panel comprised of real estate enthusiasts from a variety of backgrounds. By design, no member of the REAL selection panel is a licensed real estate agent. This means that each REAL selection panel member is completely unaffiliated with any real estate brokerage or agency in order to maintain a completely unbiased and uninfluenced selection process.

For more information, please visit or contact Mimi Francis at (919) 434-5537 /

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