Answers to some frequently asked questions about living in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, NC Area. Q: Where is the Triangle area? How did it get its name? A: The Triangle area in North Carolina is the triangle-shaped area of land created when you draw a line on a map from Raleigh to ... » Learn More about 9 Need-To-Know Questions about Living in the Triangle Area
I often run across interesting articles and information that is helpful for your real estate needs. This time, however, I found something unique. Do you KNOW what this is? (Click on the video below) Comment below or at Amy@AmyShair.com! Answer is coming soon! ... » Learn More about Can You Help? Guess What This Is!
When you buy a new home, many parts of the process are different than when you buy a resale home. It is fun to build a home from the ground up, but new construction is not the best choice for everyone. Consider this list of differences before you decide if building a home is right for ... » Learn More about 8 Ways Buying a New Home is Different Than Buying a Used Home – Part 1
I was recently online reading Stacy Anfindsen’s TARR Report - he is a Triangle area appraiser who does a great analysis of the market using the data from the MLS system. There was a very interesting fact I wanted to share with you: Regarding pricing on 3rd quarter sales in the Raleigh, Durham, ... » Learn More about Interesting Triangle Real Estate NC 3rd Quarter 2010 Statistics
Buying a foreclosure is exciting and potentially quite profitable. Now that you understand some of the risks that can be overlooked, here are the benefits of buying a foreclosure: 1) You can make it your own. Foreclosures often need work and you can do things to personalize it like colors, ... » Learn More about Part 2: The Benefits of Buying a Foreclosure