Ashley Pirhalla

Ashley Pirhalla

I am a North Carolina native who loves vinegar-based barbecue, sweet tea, and all things NC. I live in Apex with my husband, Matt, daughter, Emily, and our puppy, Ollie. I moved to Wake County 4+ years and love the sense of community that the Triangle offers. The triangle is family-friendly, dog friendly, college kid-friendly, vegan friendly, LGBTQ friendly… truly a welcoming and inclusive community. Born and raised in Lumberton, North Carolina, I pride myself on my southern hospitality. Whether it's spending the day showing homes to clients, organizing a cookout for my neighborhood, or cheering on a local football team, I love being involved in our community on a personal level. Serving others has always been a passion of mine. At the age of 12, I started volunteering in senior citizen communities. Before entering real estate, I served the residents of North Carolina by working for the Department of Vital Records in the Special Registrations Unit. My unit specialized in evaluating and processing legal amendments to birth certificates and death certificates in accordance with legal statutes and administrative codes. This position required me to be focused, detail-oriented and dedicated to helping the residents of NC. I utilize those same qualities in every real estate transaction I am involved in. I currently serve as the co-chair for spirit wear on the PTSA (Parent Teach Student Association) at my daughter’s school. I also serve as the Secretary for my neighborhood’s HOA and help organize all neighborhood-wide events, including ice cream socials, spring egg hunts, and Independence Day celebrations. I like to think of my clients as my neighbors and always strive to provide them with the same loyalty and diligence I would provide to my own family and neighbors. One of my favorite aspects of real estate is finding creative and effective ways to list, market, and sell homes in the triangle. I continuously follow local trends so that I can provide my clients with successful home sales. I love Wake County and all that it has to offer, not just to my family, but to all of its residents. Inclusivity of the area is by far one of its best features. Wake County is a true melting pot of cultures but still manages to maintain that small-town feel. I am proud to call the triangle home and look forward to helping others find a home they can be proud of.