In 2018, over one-third of all home purchases were made by millennials, and that number is only expected to grow in the coming years. If you’re thinking about selling your home in the next few years, it’s important to keep the millennial homebuyer in mind. Updating and staging your home with ... » Learn More about Staging Your Home to Appeal to Millennial Homebuyers
Mark your calendars: North Carolina’s “largest open house,” the Triangle Parade of Homes 2019 will run September 28 - October 13, 2019. The Parade of Homes gives the public the opportunity to tour approximately 250 homes from local homebuilders and includes homes in Wake, Durham, Orange, and ... » Learn More about Triangle Parade of Homes 2019
Myths about Selling to an iBuyer: This is the third installment in my series about iBuyer companies. My first blog in the series discusses the basics of what an iBuyer is as well as what you need to be cautious about when considering working with one of these companies. The second entry in the ... » Learn More about iBuyer Series, #3: Myths about Selling to an iBuyer
Differentiating iBuyer Companies in the Triangle - iBuyer – you may not be familiar with the term, but you’ve undoubtedly heard of them or seen their signs in front of houses around the Triangle. I went in-depth about what iBuyers do in my last blog (read part 1 here), but today I’m going to be ... » Learn More about iBuyer Series, #2: Differentiating iBuyer Companies in the Triangle
What is an iBuyer – you may not be familiar with the term, but you’ve undoubtedly heard of them or seen their signs in front of houses. An iBuyer is a company that buys houses at non-wholesale prices and immediately resells them for a profit. They are different from the signs you might see on ... » Learn More about iBuyer Series, #1: What is an iBuyer?