James M. Walker, Realtor Fayetteville
(910) 257-0283
email: james.m.walker@exprealty.com
214 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC 28301
Website: https://jamesmwalker.exprealty.com/

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Buying or selling a home in Fayetteville NC is all about local knowledge. As you know, they say knowledge is power.

Whether you are buying real estate or selling real estate, it is crucial that you hire an experienced local realtor who has knowledge in the Fayetteville real estate market, including all recent real estate transactions in your neighborhood and in nearby home communities in Fayetteville NC.

James M. Walker, Realtor Fayetteville will help to make this process much easier for you. He is experienced and knowledgeable, but also friendly and approachable. You’ll feel comfortable around him from the first time you meet him so that he can guide you through this process with ease.

James is a native of Fayetteville for over 30 years and has served his community as a police officer for the past 20 years.

James has helped hundreds of soldiers and first responders buy or sell their homes. It is a pleasure to serve those who serve, as he puts it.

Before you decide to buy or sell a home in Fayetteville NC, let an experienced realtor help you. Hiring James as your realtor is the best way to get your house sold fast and at a smart price, no matter what real estate market you’re in whether it’s a sellers’ market or buyers’ market.

If you already own real estate and would like to sell your property, hiring the right realtor is essential. Hiring James M. Walker as your realtor will ensure that all details are taken care of before they become problems for you and your family. His experience in real estate sales will help get your house sold quickly at the best possible price!

James M. Walker is a real estate agent who is always available to help you with your real estate needs. He will listen carefully to your requirements and then work hard to ensure that he finds you the home or property of your dreams!

James M. Walker can provide information about some of the best new construction homes in the area as well as older, established neighborhoods. If it’s more convenient for you to live on the outskirts of town, he will show you properties that are just minutes from Fayetteville or Fort Bragg.

If you are downsizing due to retirement or other change in your lifestyle, James M. Walker can help you find homes which their property and of current market conditions so they can make the are easier to maintain and yet still big enough for entertaining friends and family when you want to. For those who are looking forward to raising a family, he will find properties that have the right floor plan and neighborhood to meet your requirements.

Whether you are buying or selling a home, James M. Walker always makes sure his clients get an honest appraisal of property values and he will do everything to help you get the price that is fair for both parties.

James M. Walker works with buyers and sellers throughout the Fayetteville North Carolina region including Hope Mills, Spring Lake, Stedman, Eastover, Raeford, Fort Bragg, and surrounding areas.

If you are looking to buy or sell a home in Fayetteville, NC, contact James M. Walker Realtor today!

James M. Walker, Realtor Fayetteville
(910) 257-0283

214 Hay Street Fayetteville, NC 28301




  1. Dee _ on March 26, 2022 at 5:12 am

    He hit it right on the head. The Job Market SUCKS.

  2. jose macedo on March 26, 2022 at 5:15 am

    Hey james’ just subscribed and love your videos! Wife and I are looking to move to Fayetteville within 2-3 months too. Currently live in south FL and we are looking to get away from all the noise, heavy air and muggy swamp heat from here. I’m 35 and we’re both looking forward for a quieter lifestyle. I work with granite countertops. Past 7 years is all I’ve done. Went from fabricating and installing to managing a company and focusing on inside and outside sakes fir the past 4 years. The crime rate of where we live now is actually higher lol and we’ve never had issues. Let me know if there’s anything else we should be aware of! Thanks and keep
    Up the great channel!

  3. Hdybhh vgg on March 26, 2022 at 5:18 am

    I thought it was blacks blacks blacks and blacks

  4. Jc on March 26, 2022 at 5:19 am

    Damn I’m livin in Fayetteville and that title got me thinkin over my life 😂

  5. Brittany Clasby on March 26, 2022 at 5:19 am


  6. JRS 5.O on March 26, 2022 at 5:21 am

    SMH. Fayetteville is great. Plenty of jobs , specifically on Bragg and they pay good money

  7. Obersturmführer Klein on March 26, 2022 at 5:24 am

    Go look up my hometown, San Bernardino, California lol Those numbers are cupcake compared to the IE

  8. radarlovedr on March 26, 2022 at 5:27 am

    The roads. The road infrastructure is retarded. Nothing connects. It takes you 20 mins to drive 5 miles. Also, everything is a Facade. The mall is like a flea market. The cape fear river trail is no where near the river, you don’t even see the river. The local brewery hmserves pass water. Everything is not what it seems. Another problem is the education a lot of people in Fayetteville are just ignorant, not just the average citizen, but the mail carriers. Constantly deliver mail to the wrong address. I got involved in a hit and run and the Fayetteville police officer told me to tell my insurance that a tree fell on it. It happened in a parking lot… and the cop wasn’t joking. Avoid Fayetteville at all costs, I had to live there for 4 years and it was a miserable experience. I have lived all over NC and I would rather live in chadbourn NC than Fayetteville. You know how in shows they portray people from NC as toothless hicks? Well Fayetteville is where they get that stereotype from. Oh and it is filthy. Trash everywhere, it just blows across the ground , streets and parking lots. Hope you don’t like to take left turns because they aren’t allowed in Fayetteville. Instead you get to drive up 4 blocks and try and make a u turn, which is damn near impossible since the roads are one big traffic jam due to the lack of connectivity. I hate that place. The armpit of NC.

  9. Xx_The red scarf spartan_xX on March 26, 2022 at 5:28 am

    Didn’t even watch the video but I know that he’s correct

  10. Against All Oddz on March 26, 2022 at 5:29 am

    Trust me the city life isn’t all what it’s cracked up to be older you get the more peace you want there’s going to be trouble everywhere u go crim is everywhere not just nc but like I’ve said the older u get the more peace and space u want this is a perfect place for that

  11. Mark Mileymouth on March 26, 2022 at 5:29 am

    fayetteville is a shithole

  12. Unity on March 26, 2022 at 5:29 am

    I’m in Fayetteville its OK but Skibo road has problems

  13. Smooth Operator on March 26, 2022 at 5:32 am

    The Fayetteville Peckers! 🤣🤣

  14. JD W on March 26, 2022 at 5:33 am

    We lived in Fayetteville twice and enjoyed it both times! All military towns have those scam artist and criminals that roll into town! Our home out by the base was broken into one and someone poured sand into the differential of her her. I guess someone did not like her driving! The second time we purchased a home in Gates Four out in Hope Mills you live. We never hesitated moving back but we learned from our first move. Anyway we would like to move back but auto insurance is higher there and the state income tax steals from our fixed income.

  15. SonnyGTA on March 26, 2022 at 5:34 am

    I saw a great house on Deep Branch Road in Lumberton. Now I’m rethinking of making an offer.

  16. rainysayrelax on March 26, 2022 at 5:38 am

    Where’s the best neighborhood if I have to work at ft Bragg

  17. Micah on March 26, 2022 at 5:38 am

    Will you be ready when Jesus Christ returns? If not confess your sins and ask Jesus to come to you. Praise the Most High for his son acting as a sacrificial lamb, so that your sins can be forgiven (KJV Romans 5:6-11). Confess your sins to the Most High (KJV1 John 1:9) and Repent (KJV Acts 3:19) now while you have time before it’s too late, Many people in this world will not see tomorrow(KJV Proverbs 27:1).

    To repent means you will not do any of the sins you’ve done in the past. You will be a renewed person. What is sin? Sin is a transgression of the laws of the Most High (KJV 1 John 3:4). Learning the Ten Commandments is a good start (KJV Exodus 20:1-17).

  18. Dante' Huffcutt-Grant on March 26, 2022 at 5:38 am

    You never been to Fayetteville, my father is from there and it’s a home away from home for me. I love it there!

  19. L Bo on March 26, 2022 at 5:39 am

    I love Fayetteville… yall trippin

  20. Amira Rasha on March 26, 2022 at 5:42 am

    I think this pandemic has taught people the importance of multiple streams of income, unfortunately having a job doesn’t mean financial security. I really appreciate the transparency and giving people a fighting chance during this troubling times.

  21. Dee _ on March 26, 2022 at 5:47 am

    The #1 rule of living in Fayetteville: Don’t.

  22. Sonya O'Bannon on March 26, 2022 at 5:50 am

    If you were a police officer for twenty years, you know about Campbell Terrace. I was born and raised in Fayetteville and lived those projects. Fayetteville jobs are hard to come by. Im a military spouse, i met my husband at
    Pope yrs ago, but I do visit family and friends often. Yes it has grown but they need to improve on alot of things.

  23. Art Vandelay on March 26, 2022 at 5:50 am

    There are a lot more than 4 reasons not to move to Fayetteville.

  24. Against All Oddz on March 26, 2022 at 5:51 am

    Only in certain areas people the whole entire city of Fayetteville isn’t bad an I believe he made it known while I was writing this message long as you stay out of the way meaning don’t get mixed in with the wrong crowd you’ll be fine I agree u do have to have a decent job to survive here but you can maintain living here in nc it’s not bad nore is it a horrible place to live far as fun and activities there’s a few things here most ppl like to drive up to Charlotte to expand options far as fun activities NC is nice quiet depending where ur located I do agree with some things he spoke on

  25. Bob Belcher on March 26, 2022 at 5:52 am

    Lived here all my life. Worked for and retired from the Fayetteville Police Department.

    1. The city doesn’t commit crime. People do.
    2. Go anywhere and there will be crime.
    3. Look at the people that are committing these crimes before you blame the city.

  26. cape fear on March 26, 2022 at 5:55 am

    If you have to move there, live north of Fayetteville. That puts you a short drive to Raleigh, a real city. Fayetteville is constant hype about their downtown with it’s overpriced restaraunts . The priorties there are overeating, and booze, which is reflected in the overweight population. It is in hurricane alley too, so be prepared for that eventuality.

  27. YoMomma on March 26, 2022 at 5:56 am

    Great FTO/PTO training officer! I bet FPD are always busy. Glad I left that City.

  28. Jim B on March 26, 2022 at 5:56 am

    One of the highest rank cities for STDs as well. You think the omicron variant is bad. Be careful who you tango with in Fayetteville.

  29. vernicegirl8987 on March 26, 2022 at 5:56 am

    Fayetteville is boring. I don’t care what anybody in these comments says. Once you’ve been downtown and all the museums , what else’s is there to do. I don’t even like being out late at night when I’m there. The Cadillac ranch and Club Halo is pretty nice though.

  30. Kristin Campbell on March 26, 2022 at 5:57 am

    I relocated to Hope Mills, NC from Columbus, OH and I love it here. At first, I was trying to relocate to Raleigh, but the homes were selling quickly, and this was back in 2019. I was blessed to purchase a home near military retirees, hence, they are always looking out in the area. As a HR professional, its true the job market needs improvement. Many people work at the plants or warehouses in all age ranges here. If you are looking for a job, in my opinion, they pay good money as a civilian employee on post and/or the schools, depending on your profession.

  31. Jacqueline Craig on March 26, 2022 at 5:57 am

    Ok, so WHICH SCHOOL DID U ATTEND SIR? Are you sure you are a licensed Real Estate Broker? Please proofread your documents!! Misspelling words can make you look less credible and intelligent… 4 REAONS NOT TO MOVE TO FAYETTEVILLE NORTH CAROLINA. REAONS?? smh 🙄

  32. LxlBruh on March 26, 2022 at 5:59 am

    I agree population going to increase and the city will get bigger over time

  33. Bonny McDonald on March 26, 2022 at 5:59 am

    It’s also the most hateful people living there. They are rude and aggressive and do not like themselves let alone other people. The military community is great but the private sector are the rudest people I have ever meet

  34. St. Clair on March 26, 2022 at 5:59 am

    Sorry folks but all my prophecies are coming without no warning Some people will be saying that deserve to be safe the Rest of these motherfuckers that aint hitting on shit and whenever we hit no shit gotta gotta go they gotta Leave this Earth With the help of God Like he made and hit Moses We’ll have some power It’s nothing the police and the government can do This is out of a league this is next level So are you people really ready because this kid happened any day anytime any time

  35. Big Shirley on March 26, 2022 at 6:00 am

    Been here 13 years … and I love it

  36. St. Clair on March 26, 2022 at 6:00 am

    All I have experience In Fayetteville Injustice pure hate people add more pain And Strife after a near death experience I have been sitting back watching God making all these motherfuckers pay These people are paying for demonstrates for their evil Intentional sins crimes Who is causing pain deaf and loan suffering upon children This city is going to burn the fuck down I guaranteed

  37. Patric Lepene on March 26, 2022 at 6:03 am

    Job market and local corruption is always a direct correlation to what the community is doing.

  38. stan dodge on March 26, 2022 at 6:04 am

    I agree with most of this video, but I challenge you to produce a list of places around town that maybe of interest first then make another list of missing things. There are things to do here if you plan a little and look around. You didn’t even mention the Indoor Skydiving place or the Special Ops Museum. The crime rate here is getting worse I will agree, I live close to Fort Bragg and my neighborhood was quiet 15 yrs ago and now I hear pops in the middle of the night. Hopefully its fireworks but lets not be too skeptical, because the news reports of violent crime is constant. I just saw a report that someone was car jacked and the perp or perps crashed the car running from the cops. I think its a matter of where you live in the city. As far as events at the Coliseum you’re pretty much going to have to go to Raleigh for big events. No major act is going to skip Raleigh or Charlotte to come to Fayetteville unless you’re campaigning for the presidency.

  39. Eugene B on March 26, 2022 at 6:04 am

    Fayetteville is my home been other places not any worse then any other urban city. If you hate Fayetteville so much why don’t you move to another city.

  40. Larry conley on March 26, 2022 at 6:05 am

    I’m moving there next I’m a diesel technician and I already got 2 job offers both are at 27 dollars an hour plus I’m a 100% disabled vet I guess if you got a skilled trade jobs come easy look forward to my move

  41. Jay Real on March 26, 2022 at 6:05 am

    I’m 22yrs old I was born in Tacoma, Washington I moved to Fayetteville in the middle of my high school yrs graduated and moved back home what I can say about Fayetteville is it’s a lovely place to live I stayed in hope mills and it was very chill and layed back and I meet a lot of pretty down to earth people like one wise lady once told me “mind your own you live long” when my mother moved me and my lil brother to NC my intentions were to graduate and go home and that’s exactly what I did my lil brother on the other hand was looking for all types of trouble and that’s what he found he got into fights and all ended up resulting in him moving back home early but a lot of people still missed him and asked when he was coming back so if your planning on moving to Fayetteville it’s a great place just mind your business and teach your kids to not look for trouble PSA hope mills is a wonderfully place to live very laid back and chill little town near Fayetteville and south view is a great school with wonderful teachers some of the best teachers I ever met in my life (mr gamble my old science teacher got to love him)

  42. fun life with sydney on March 26, 2022 at 6:06 am

    Last time I’ve been to Fayetteville NC, april 2018. My grandparents both lived there.😥😔 sadly they both passed away💔😔 driving from GA to nc will instantly bring back memories🥺🥺💔😥 I miss them sm. Fayetteville NC was a great city

  43. jaco5187 on March 26, 2022 at 6:07 am

    I was happy as f*ck when I left Fayetteville. The dating scene is atrocious! I had to drive to Raleigh to meet high-quality girls.

  44. Barry Wainwright on March 26, 2022 at 6:07 am

    How can I get a map of Fayetteville showing the whole entire area? I am looking to buy a home on Lamplighter Dr. Is that a good area?

  45. lilrog0909 on March 26, 2022 at 6:09 am

    Here is the deal most of America is like Fayetteville like it or not. I did 8 active duty and 6 yrs reserves so far. I’ve lived in 5 different states and over 7 different cities and Fayetteville is way more affordable. You can still find houses worth 200k and down here. You go to these tech cities and you are paying $1500 for a 1bd & 1bth for rent. Now you can work remote…. The crime typical tips don’t be flashy, don’t let everyone in your house, and don’t start 💩 with people.

  46. St. Clair on March 26, 2022 at 6:09 am

    I wish I had another mother and I and I wish I wasn’t born in Fayetteville North Carolina it has been a complete Nightmare and much hail oh who is spirits all these people around here aint nothing but non believers and killers This town is so fucking fucked up I’m surprised God hasn’t Burnt this bitch down yet

  47. Gary Bernstein on March 26, 2022 at 6:09 am

    I lived in Fayetteville, NC from 1981 through 1984. My ex wife was in the military so I had no choice but to follow her to this place. I lived in Miami before that. I know Miami is a hell hole for the most part so I had to get used to being nice. So nice it was sickening. I got used to it somewhat. I went to work for a radio station WFAI on AM 1230. Seeing as how I worked in a larger more professional radio market I thought they’d appreciate me, but they did not. I brought in more money through radio commercials and my production. I tried to get into management at the station, but it was the "good old boy" syndrome and anti semitism that kept me down. Nice people? Not really. HIdden racism wherever you went, especially the Bible Beaters. The town was so fxxked up back then you couldn’t go shopping on Sundays because of their "blue laws" or God’s Day to be with family. That didn’t last long, but I was out of there never to return remembering the anti semites who had a knife to my back all the way.

  48. JT T on March 26, 2022 at 6:10 am

    Fayetteville has terrible job opportunities

  49. 10th Climb to Victory Stevens on March 26, 2022 at 6:10 am

    3 types of people live here. Military, scum of the earth military, and just good ole scum. End of story.

  50. peaceful london on March 26, 2022 at 6:11 am

    I can give you at least 1000 reasons not to move there!