HomeTowne Realty Clayton

Your Lifestyle, Your Community, Your HomeTowne.

About HomeTowne Realty Clayton

Barry Woodard is a life long Resident of Clayton and Johnston County. He has served many Civic Boards and Non Profits throughout his career.

Woodard was twice awarded Outstanding Citizen and Achieved Main Street Champion from the North Carolina Department of Commerece.

Woodard is joined in HTR by his Partner and Cousin James Lipscomb. Their combined experience in real estate total 39 years and the Agents at Hometowne Realty are apart of their everyday lives and are family. Hometowne Realty represents the values that Woodard and Lipscomb embrace daily.

Give back to the Community who supports you! We strongly believe in being a staple in every community we serve and our involvement makes for a better quality of life that we promote when we offer our Marketing Network of skills to our Clients. Every Town is a Hometown! We strive to be the best at what we represent and implement every day. We take pride and ownership in every transaction and care about those who choose to have HTR represent them in their next Real Estate Transaction.

Latest Blog Posts

Can you be quarantined in this house much longer?

Unfortunately, our homes don’t always grow with us. And with the Stay-At-Home order in place right now, that is more apparent than ever. What may have initially worked fine for a single,

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Corona Virus Effect on Real Estate

The Coronavirus pandemic has sent the stock market in a downward spiral and has left most Americans struggling to find simple necessities like toilet paper and cleaning products. Working from home

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ACHIEVE MORNING PERSON STATUS

Ever wish you could become one of those rare morning people? The ones that wake with a start, feeling refreshed and energized. The ones that get in that morning workout or wrap up some work before

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What does a Seller's Market mean to you?

You've heard the term "Seller's Market" but what does it mean? When the number of potential buyers exceeds the number of homes being sold, it's a seller's market. This tips the advantage toward the

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