Owner/Broker Patty Delgado has been a licensed real estate agent for over 30 years in North Carolina. After working for one of the large real estate firms in the area for several years, as well as working as an estimator & project manager in commercial construction, Patty decided to go out on her own and Red Door Real Estate Group of the Carolinas was created. Our passionate commitment to helping families find their first home, sell their existing home, or expand into something bigger to accommodate new additions to their families, is what drives us to provide the best service for our clients.
For Buyers: Whether you are buying your very first home, looking for your dream home, or relocating to beautiful western North Carolina, we will help you find the place you want to spend at least a substantial amount of time, if not the rest of your life. We know the area well and will help to match both you and your lifestyle to an appropriate neighborhood that's within your price range & we won't stop until you're happy! We know this is a big investment for you and want you to be happy with your new home.
For Sellers: If you are selling your home, our unparalleled service will help you get the best price for your home in the shortest amount of time possible! We realize selling a home can be a very stressful time for sellers. We give you a comprehensive market analysis and help you price your home to take away that stress and focus on getting your home sold as quickly as possible so you can focus on moving and enjoying your next home!
If you’ve ever noticed houses with red front doors you may have wondered - What does a red front door mean? Why did they paint their front door that bright color?
The history, origin and meaning of a home or building having a red front door is varied. Below are some of the origins and significance for the red exterior door...
In Biblical times, the Hebrew slaves were instructed to smear blood of a lamb on their front doors to protect their first born from the angel of death. In old Catholicism, churches painted the doors of the church red to represent the blood of Christ. Passing through the door would mean that you were on holy ground. Some Protestant and most Lutheran churches painted church doors red to identify them as part of the Reformation. In Ireland, it is believed a red door protects the occupants from ghosts and evil spirits.
Feng Shui is a Chinese philosophy in which the arrangement and color of objects in a room relates to the flow of energy. In Feng Shui, the front door symbolizes the mouth of the home. By painting the door red, "Chi”, or positive energy is drawn into the home. It is the entry point in which abundance and opportunities find us. In China, red is considered to be the lucky or sacred color. Many doors are painted with a fresh coat of red just before the Chinese New Year to invite good luck and happiness.
A red front door means mortgage-free. In Scotland, homeowners would paint their front door red to signify that they had paid off their mortgage.
Albert Einstein painted his front door red so he could find his house.
A collection of how-to's, checklists, and worksheets to help buyers understand what to expect during the real estate purchasing experience.
A collection of how-to's, checklists, and worksheets to help sellers understand what to expect during the real estate purchasing experience.
Whether you're just thinking about buying, ready to start your search, or actively looking - the most important step is getting pre-qualified for a mortgage so you know your buying power!