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Samira Davis

  
  
(910) 378-9788
(910) 769-6850
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SamiraDavis@seacoastrealty.com
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Wilmington Office
110 Dungannon Blvd., Suite 100
Wilmington, NC 28403
(910) 799-3435
110 Dungannon Blvd., Suite 100, Wilmington, NC 28403
With over a decade of experience in historic renovation and restoration, Samira has extensive experience in both commercial and residential development. Her signature program, Furrtificates of Adoption, ensures that for for every house bought or sold, one furry friend will be saved from a local shelter. “Everyone, small or tall, deserves a home”, explains Samira.



A Wilmington transplant, Samira and her other half relocated to the Port City after an extensive nationwide search to identify their perfect place. She signed up with Coldwell Banker Sea Coast Advantage only days before Hurricane Florence made landfall.

With the support of Tim Milam and other Sea Coast agents, Samira partnered with Our Heroes Inc to launch the Furrst Responders Distribution Center, which distributed more than $150,000 of product (pet food plus equine supplies) and served over 2000 families.



Her public relations campaign for Pender Humane Society (also a volunteer role) resulted in more than $44,000 in funds raised and coverage in the Washington Post. She personally rescued eleven cats and kittens, all of whom were transported to safety and found their Furrever Homes.





In addition, Samira launched the Seacoast Sanctuary in conjunction with Pender Humane, to care for overflow unwanted and abandoned animals.




Rescued from rising waters by volunteers, the Sanctuary supported dogs and cats that had been lost or left behind. 




“Seeing so many people come together shows you the difference that we -as a community- can choose to make”, explains Samira.



“Wilmington and our surrounding counties rallied, and I’m honored to have been a part of that. I couldn’t imagine living anywhere else.”



Raised in Romania, The United States and England, Samira completed her undergraduate degree from the University of Bristol (UK). She has traveled through Turkey, Egypt, France, Spain, Israel, Kenya and Greece. She attended the Sidwell Friends School in Washington DC, until the fall of Caucescu, after which time the family was transitioned to Bucharest to facilitate a free enterprise economy. 


Samira and Shane live in historic Carolina Heights, with their two fur children. Both Miss Charlie and Sir Feste the Fluffalump are rescues.



The family’s current foster, Tiggywampus, is searching for his Furrever home. Miss Charlie is hoping that this happens soon, as Tiggywampus has usurped her doggie bed. Tiggywampus is hoping to find a loving family who will buy him a house with a big window, where he can watch the birds and squirrels.



Media coverage involving Samira includes:

Herald Tribune:
https://www.heraldtribune.com/article/LK/20150501/News/605195951/SH/

Realtor Magazine:
https://magazine.realtor/daily-news/2018/09/24/brokerage-funds-sanctuary-for-pets-affected-by-florence

RIS Media:
https://rismedia.com/2018/09/15/coldwell-banker-sea-coast-advantage-funds-pet-sanctuary-dogs-cats-abandoned-hurricane-florence/#close

Washington Post:
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/science/2018/09/13/desperate-scramble-save-abandoned-animals-florences-path-euthanasia/

Wilmington Biz:
http://www.wilmingtonbiz.com/more_news/2018/09/20/storm_relief_efforts_ongoing_throughout_the_region/18019

The Independent (UK):
https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/hurricane-florence-pet-shelter-kill-animals-euthanize-north-carolina-pender-county-a8537331.html?amp


What my clients are saying (2)

01/27/2019 - LigaSpoge

I worked with Samira when purchasing a home in Essex VT. Since I was looking at homes from out of state, I had very limited time to actually be there and look. Samira very well accomodated that. She set up appointments to see 18 (!!!) homes in one day! That was a marathon! And she did it twice! She also helped me compare and contrast the different features of the homes. I wasn’t able to formulate in words initially too well what I was looking for in a home (I am more \u201CI will know it when I see it\u201D type), but she figured it out very quickly and pointed out the features that interested me as we were looking at homes.

Samira gave an excellent comparison of different areas where I was looking. I was moving from a big city so this kind of area was foreign to me. What are the different areas like in terms of accessibility to public transit? What about things for kids to do? Knowing that I am alone with two young kids, she made sure that I knew which school districts offered bussing and how many things there were to do with kids in each community. And... as a special treat she baked cookies for my kids so that they had a treat after spending all day looking at houses :)

When I came up to Vermont for the second house hunting marathon, Samira had a few extra house suggestions for me, because she had figured out what it is that I love in a house :)

It came down to two houses that I loved. I saw both houses two times that day and once more the next day to really help me choose. Samira never rushed me to just make a choice and move on.

The buying process was very smooth. Samira also attended the home inspection which I wasn’t able to do. She suggested an excellent lawyer to do the closing. Everything was in perfect order on the closing day! I left Philadelphia in the morning and that night we all already slept soundly in our new home in Vermont.


01/25/2019 - zuser20140425170443276

We really feel so lucky to have had Samira help us with the purchase of our first home. We knew absolutely nothing about home buying going into the process. Samira is incredibly knowledgable and walked us through everything with thoughtfulness and care. She's a pleasure to work with, as her friendly, communicative, and warm nature really facilitate everyone being on the same page and with all the information they need. Highly recommend working with her!

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