Confidence, Drive, Problem Solving Ability, Interest in Real Estate and A Dynamic Personality --- this is Cabell. Her focus on selling real estate all the while developing these same goals in the entire team is what she strives to do daily. Ask Cab and she'll give credit to the team at the Glenwood Agency, good fortune, timing and a little hardwood for all her accomplishments! We all strive to work diligently for our clients and friends while enjoying the lives we all are able to share with one another.
Ann-Cabell has been selling and developing Downtown Raleigh, North Carolina real estate for over 20 years. She is an urban pioneer who has been instrumental in the revival and evolution of our capital city. In September 2005, she opened The Glenwood Agency, a boutique style real estate firm specializing in niche properties located inside the beltline.
Cabell is a highly motivated, dynamic woman with an uncompromising work ethic and deep knowledge of building, buying, and selling. She has tirelessly promoted and dedicated her life and career to making Raleigh a great place to live, work and play.
Cabell is devoted to economic vitality and is a beacon for social services, education, environmental issues, and local arts and culture. On the lighter side, when not working with clients that seem to always become friends, she enjoys traveling, walking her golden doodle (who comes to the office), a good spin class, some vitamin D and the next foodie adventure.
Ann-Cabell’s story starts way back before she took four jobs coming out of college, at the tender age of 6 along with her brother (4 years old at the time) and sister (5), when they all insisted one afternoon after playing on the ridge, something they did daily, that their mom do something about a bulldozer trying to push down ‘their’ Sanddune, Jockey’s Ridge, in Nags Head, NC. Tenacity from these spirited children, motivated her mother, Carolista Baum (worth looking up, by the way) to dig in and begin an effort that not only saved that dune, but through fundraising efforts and gentle persuasion of the then governor, Jim Hunt, to create a State Park. Her family history of motivated trailblazing women (the apple doesn’t fall from the tree) helped shape who Cabell has become. She also admits she wasn’t the greatest of students, but a hard worker, driven by the spirit and spark her mother instilled in her to do good things. Cabell knows no strangers only friends she is yet to come across …