Freda Hamlett


Office Phone: (919) 325-7651
Email: [email protected]

Freda Hamlett, a dedicated real estate professional based in Holly Springs, North Carolina, seamlessly blends her passion for helping others with a background in interior design and a commitment to serving the senior community. Specializing in the unique needs of older adults, Freda has positioned herself as an invaluable resource in the real estate landscape, focusing on key aspects such as Downsizing, Decluttering, Continuing Care Retirement Communities (CCRC), and aging in place.

Drawing from her professional education in interior design at Syracuse University, Freda embarked on her real estate journey thirteen years ago. Today, she brings her keen eye for design and a client-centric approach to Keller Williams Legacy Milestone Moves Realty Group, covering a wide territory in and around the bustling Triangle of North Carolina. Managing a diverse team, including two agents, an administrator, and an operations manager, Freda ensures a seamless experience for her clients.

Freda’s clientele, predominantly older adults undergoing transitions and seeking to downsize, benefit from her personalized and hands-on approach. Recognizing the challenges of downsizing, including estate sales and decluttering, Freda collaborates with a team of vetted vendors. Her unique “low volume with high service” strategy, coupled with Freda being one of only 200 agents in the nation to carry a Certified Senior Housing Professional (CSHP) designation, ensures her clients receive the highest level of service, leading to an impressive annual volume exceeding $10 million.

Beyond her professional success, Freda dedicates her time and energy to supporting her aging community members, including caring for her eighty-eight-year-old father. Actively involved in volunteer work at Fuquay Homes for Seniors and contributing a portion of every commission to aid expecting mothers in need, Freda is deeply committed to making a positive impact. Freda extends her commitment to education by sharing her knowledge with students at senior centers and the OSHER Lifelong Learning Institute at NC State. Conducting eight seminars a month, she advocates for the senior community and seeks opportunities to expand her outreach, aiming to move into more libraries in the coming year.