Scotty Beal has made his home in North Carolina for more than eight years and is a proud member of the commercial real estate team at Coldwell Banker Commercial Triad Realtors. After practicing law for nearly twenty years, Scotty has turned his entrepreneurial sights on Energizing Connections in Piedmont Triad of North Carolina. Our full-service commercial brokerage was established to provide our clients with attentive and reliable service. Scotty’s passion is to build lasting client relationships on a foundation of exceptional real estate brokerage, development, and financial services.
“We continuously seek to energize connections between those with whom we have built lasting relationships. We believe our ability to energize these connections is our greatest asset. Its all about understanding everyone’s needs, then moving the pieces around until you find the perfect fit!”
Energizing Connections is more than just elevator speak, its our mantra. We engage with people and corporations all over the country, come to a thorough understanding of their goals, then provide them with up to the minute information about how our connections in the Triad can help them meet their goals. Whether its raw land, retail, office space, industrial space, or a multi-family development, we can make the connections happen to assist you in achieving all your goals.
President and CEO, Coldwell Banker Triad
Beverly H. Godfrey is the President and CEO of Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
As a second generation Realtor growing up in a family business, Godfrey has had hands on experience with every facet of real estate from property management to sales and real estate development along with the day to day internal operations of running a 5 office company. Her true passion is technology, and she has been instrumental in researching, introducing and implementing new technologies to make her agents and her company more efficient.
Godfrey is a past member of the Board of Directors of Southern Community Bank, and the Forsyth Technical College Foundation Board. She has served as a member of the Village of Clemmons Tree Ordinance Committee and is a past member of the Foundation Board of the Regenerative Medicine Center at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center.
Godfrey and her husband, Brant, are the parents of two grown sons, Jay and John-Lewis. They reside in Clemmons, North Carolina.