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Buying and selling a home has never been easier—thanks to the trusted professionals at Cross Realty. Specializing in properties in South Hampton Roads, our independently-owned firm is well-known for our expertise in the local marketplace, advanced online search capabilities—and a commitment to personal service that is a signature of our company. Whether you’re searching for just the right neighborhood, or looking to sell your home at just the right price, count on Cross Realty for all your real estate needs.
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What Our Clients Say
“Our firm has had the opportunity to represent Cross Realty’s clients in real estate and business transactions for over 25 years. Over that period, Harry Lee Cross, III his agents and staff have consistently exhibited the highest degree of professionalism, honesty and responsiveness.”
—Saunders & Ojeda, P.C.
“In selling our Suffolk condo, My husband and I chose Lee Cross over other realtors. Lee’s outstanding presentation was thorough and impressive with printed matter in hand to support the related real estate history of the neighborhood. Lee is very specific and well-informed. His assessments proved to be accurate. Lee kept in touch with us often either by phone or email…our choice. He always followed up with the home showings and reported back to us. As a former realtor, I highly recommend Lee Cross. Call him now.”
— Sugar Barrow
The Latest from the Blog
Rates have been rising for all of 2022 and they took another step up this month. The most frequently asked question now is: what does this mean for the local real estate market? Lee was recently interviewed by a local paper about his thoughts on our local market and...
Do Buyers Care about Interest Rates? The short answer is yes - but the rise in rates hasn't done much to slow down the market yet because the number of buyers is still disproportionately higher than the number of sellers. As you take a look at the chart from the Real...