Shopping for a home is a daunting task. You have a list a mile long of what you want. So does your spouse. Add some kids in the mix and the list grows longer. At first, you set out to get everything on your list and assume that new construction or a newer home is going to do the best job at giving ... » Learn More about More Money and More Freedom with an Older Home
Because of the increasing housing demands in the Triangle Area, many families are realizing that their price range won’t afford them as big of a house as they were hoping. At first, they begrudgingly see the smaller homes, but at some point between their housing search and moving into the home ... » Learn More about Bigger is Not Always Better: Benefits of a Smaller Home
With approximately 75 people moving to the Triangle area each day, house prices and rents have increased steadily since 2013. An article published in July 2017 says the average price of a house in Wake County is now over $300,000. Wake County includes Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Morrisville, Holly ... » Learn More about How to Buy a House Under $300,000 in Wake County, NC
When you are looking for a home, one of the major factors to consider is the location of your workplace in comparison to the location of your home. In other words, how long is the perfect commute? Thoughts to consider about a long commute (30 minutes or more) According to recent US Census data, ... » Learn More about How Long is the Perfect Commute?
Mark your calendars for the 2017 Fireworks displays in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Apex and more! Fireworks on the Fourth of July are some of the best memories we have with family and friends. Several celebrations include “old fashioned” festivities for families such as face painting, ... » Learn More about July 4th – 2017 Fireworks Events Raleigh Cary Apex NC