About Jeff

Jeff Whitfield, Realtor, Broker         Mobile Phone: 910 538 9111 


Jeff has had hands-on experience in all facets of real estate for over 25 years... from buying, selling, renovating and managing both residential and investment properties to developing a full scale apartment community, Broadway Place, in Myrtle Beach, SC.  

Jeff's track record of success reflects a broad spectrum of talents... which he brings to the table for the benefit of all his clients with Intracoastal Realty.

Known as an expert negotiator, an excellent communicator and a very efficient client-focused professional... Jeff can offer his clients many valuable insights into making sound investments and locating the best properties available in coastal communities such as Landfall, Figure Eight Island, Wrightsville Beach, Holden Beach and virtually all island property in Southeastern North Carolina.

"My reputation rests on my ability to provide trustworthy and straightforward service to my clients.  If you want someone hardworking, honest, ethical and knowledgeable...call me today!"

Jeff and his wife, Leigh, thoroughly enjoy meeting new people!  As Jeff's team-assistant, Leigh brings her vibrant southern charm to select 'open house' presentations and also delivers her superb staging and professional photography services.  Jeff and Leigh's son, Skyler, graduated from Woodberry Forest School, is a senior at Hampden-Sydney College and is currently studying abroad in Spain.

Jeff is a native of Salisbury, North Carolina.  He supports various charitable organizations; is an alumni of Camden Military Academy; North Carolina State University and also served our military in the United States Navy attached to Patrol-Squadron-44 in Brunswick, Maine. 

"We at Intracoastal are the market leaders in this area with close to $1 billion in production!  I can leverage this power for buyers and sellers of developmental tracts of land, luxury properties and vacation homes as well as all residential home buyers and sellers who are interested in top level representation."