Courtney Randleman


Courtney recalls her very first experience with a real estate agent. It was a bad one. As it turns out, that’s one of the things that makes Courtney an excellent agent herself. When she decided to get her real estate license, she knew exactly what she didn’t want the experience to be like for her clients. She loves helping first-time homebuyers and others who are intimidated by the buying and selling process, and she encourages everyone who is spending money on rent to consider using that money to build equity in a home. She also loves walking sellers through the process of getting their home ready for the market.


A graduate of UNC Charlotte, Courtney first spent a decade in the education field. Although she’s a Cabarrus County native, Courtney admits it was love that brought her to Davie County. A set-up by one of her Bermuda Run friends led her to her husband, Randy. And though she still has a heart for children, burnout and the desire for more flexibility for her own family led her to real estate. Before joining the Hillsdale team, Courtney first landed at a national brokerage, where she earned the coveted ‘Rookie of the Year’ award during her first year in real estate.

When Courtney Isn’t Selling Real Estate
Courtney’s family keeps her on her toes and on the go! Courtney and Randy have five children—Roxanne who is grown and flown, Ivy and Harper who are still in school, Campbell who is in preschool, and the littlest—and last— baby Ridge. When they aren’t busy with school activities, Courtney loves to hit the road, spending long weekends at her family’s mountain cabin and beach condo.
Bet You Didn’t Know
Courtney is a girl on the go! And when she goes, there’s nothing she loves more than scouting out a small, local coffee shop along the way. She runs on ‘car-ffeine’ (caffeine in the car, of course) and Jesus.
Courtney's Words to Live By
Everyday is a good day, some are just better than others. (Wise words from Courtney’s friend’s late father, Pete Voeller.)
Everyday is a good day …