In November 2018 Amazon announced that they chose to split their new headquarters between New York City and D.C. Although Raleigh was one of the cities Amazon was considering we are not disappointed with this decision. There are several reasons why. Number one - Our job market here is already ... » Learn More about Amazon not coming to Raleigh-Durham
Do buyers care about school districts even if they do not have school-aged children living in their homes? How important is it for buyers to live close to where they work? Is the old real estate saying "location, location, location" still accurate? You bet! NAR’s 2018 third quarter Housing ... » Learn More about What Location Factors are Top Considerations for Buyers?
Logo by: paradeofhomeswake Mark your calendars: North Carolina’s “largest open house,” the Triangle Parade of Homes, will run for the first three weekends in October this year. The Parade of Homes gives the public the opportunity to tour more than 250 homes from local homebuilders and ... » Learn More about Triangle Parade of Homes
According to the Triangle Business Journal, the Raleigh metro area grew a whopping 18% from 2010 to 2017, making it the second fastest growing metro area in the US. Raleigh and its suburbs have so much to offer residents – it’s easy to see why people are flocking here at such a high rate. From ... » Learn More about What Makes the Triangle So Desirable?
There are lots of hurricane preparedness lists circulating for food, water, batteries, etc but since we know the rain and wind won't be here until later this week, there are things you can do now to help your home deal with the wind and rain: 1) Clean debris from vent wells (the semi-circle ... » Learn More about 10 Tips to Prepare Your HOME for a Hurricane