The Triangle area real estate market hit its spring stride starting in February. With the COVID-19 outbreak in March 2020, the market has hit a speed bump but is far from being at a standstill. COVID-19 outbreak and the housing market. Here are the facts: 1. Homes are still going on the market – ... » Learn More about COVID-19 Outbreak – What to Know About Buying a Home in NC – March/April 2020
Home Inspection There are lots of things called an inspection when you are buying a home – termite inspection, home inspection, final inspection, city/county inspection, radon inspection, the pre-drywall inspection, well and septic inspections, heating and air inspection, and yes, there are more ... » Learn More about What Exactly is a Home Inspection?
Raleigh/Durham Area Real Estate Forecast 2020 - As in recent years, the Triangle real estate market is expected to prosper in 2020. Local and national indicators show that 2020 will be a strong year in the Raleigh/ Durham/ Chapel Hill area. The local economy is expected to bring more jobs and ... » Learn More about Real Estate Forecast 2020 – Raleigh/Durham Area
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