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112 S. Main St. Bath, NC 27808
Low Tide Realty

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Meet the Team

Sandy and Glenn Holt often stand out on their pier and gaze across the wide expanse of river that flows behind their home. The water can be smooth as glass one day, and the next look like a stormy ocean with waves breaking powerfully against the bulkhead. For this fun-loving business team, it doesn’t matter that the water’s nature is unpredictable; they feel truly privileged living so close to their favorite element. Sandy & Glenn share an affinity with water that runs deeper than the two rivers that feed the Intra-coastal waterway near their home, and it’s a place that brings their dreams to life.

Following A Dream

Born near Chicago and raised near the Jersey Shore, Sandy has always been the type of person who follows her dreams. After earning a degree in Marketing/Business, her ambitious spirit landed her a sales position with a Fortune 100 company and six months later this driven professional was promoted to a managerial position. Thus began a 17 year-year career with the international company. While some might shy away from the demands of the corporate world, Sandy jumped headfirst into the challenge. She continues to pursue life and business with the same enthusiasm, especially since she is able to share both with Glenn.

Coming Home

Glenn also has a true passion for his work. He is a dedicated top producing real estate Broker and Owner of Low Tide Realty.  For more than a decade, he experienced success in printing sales. However, he found his people skills, dedication and natural abilities propelled him to greater heights during his 20 years in Atlanta’s automotive industry. Starting in finance, he quickly rose to management for such prestigious companies as Jaguar and Porshe, where his dealerships rated in the top 10 in sales nationally. While he grew up in the Piedmont region of North Carolina, his family had a lake home where he spent summers enjoying water sports. Though Glenn spent a lot time on the Outer Banks growing up, he will tell you that “living on the Inner Banks feels like coming home.”