West and Woodall Properties is a full service property management company, serving the Triangle, Hyco & Mayo Lakes, Roxboro and surrounding areas. Our goal is to combine cutting edge technology, a focus on strong relationships and an excellent work ethic to give you first class customer service whether you are a tenant or a real estate owner. Please read more about our owner and tenant services and browse our rental listings.
Mission & Values
Our mission is to be a proactive property management company. We will strive to build strong relationships with all clients based on integrity, honesty, and diligence.
Our combined years of experience and ongoing training gives us the edge when it comes to “insider knowledge” of the local real estate market.
Our approach to this business gives you, whether you are the property owner or tenant, the best of both worlds.
A name you can trust. We're faithful in keeping our word.
We believe in a clear line of communication between you and us.
We take great pride in what we do. If you're not happy, neither are we.
From leaky faucets to leasing and marketing properties. We conqueror every task that crosses our path.
We strive to deliver a consistent experience. From maintenance to rent collection you'll experience nothing less than a well oiled machine.
We look to prevent problems from happening before they even come into existence.
Long-Term Benefits of Positive RelationshipsJune 02, 2017
Business is all about relationships. The most important relationship is between Provider and Consumer – without a positive relationship, the Consumer will not engage the Provider and there will be no transaction. Without the transaction, the Provider cannot stay in business and it all falls apart. No one disputes the value of the PrGary Orr
Single Point of ContactApril 13, 2017
Calling some companies can be an exercise in frustration. After explaining yourself to the person who answered the call, you are advised that you need to speak to someone in a different department. After explaining yourself to the third (or fourth) person, you are told that “you need to speak with the (fill in the blank) department;Gary Orr