Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill and Cary Real Estate Information

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Updates about the local market and interesting facts about working and living in "The Triangle". The Triangle (as it is referred to by locals) includes Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill. Cary, Morrisville, Apex, Holly Springs, Garner, Clayton, Fuquay-Varina and Wake Forest are all adjacent communities to Raleigh. Here are a few local links to help you get more familiar with the area. Bookmark this site for easy future reference.
The great thing about living in our area is you have all the modern conveniences and cultural activities you’d want combined with good old fashioned, family-oriented fun. Here are some down-home fun places to go this Fall to pick pumpkins, go on a hay ride, marvel at Fall foliage or even find a h...
With the convenience of all of the big box stores out there, sometimes we forget to think about buying products locally made and food locally grown.  There are many entrepreneurs, family farmers, and lots of passionate & creative folks right here in our area that have a wide variety of products t...
Ahhh, Memorial Day Weekend.  Time to break out the flip flops, fire up the grill, throw back a cold one, have fun with the family and most importantly honor those who make it possible for us to have the Freedom to enjoy these things. Saturday 5/28/11 Bennett Place Historic Site.  Special program ...
Growth in local commercial business ventures generally indicates a stable economy.  Major retailers and developers conduct extensive and in-depth research years before committing to development projects.  Especially in today's economic climate, it's a testament to our area's vitality that several...
Spring in the Triangle is a wonderful time of year.  Although winters are fairly mild, with a few days of snow and average day time temps above freezing to low 50's, locals are ready for the barren trees to show their blooms.  The pollen is another story!  Here are some fun local events to get ou...
As the internet began playing a greater role in the real estate industry, many people in the business feared that it would eliminate the need for Realtors all together.  In some respects that's true.  It eliminated the need for Agents whose only service capability was to provide listing informati...
For many people feeling the pain of this economic downturn, investing is probably the last thing on most people's minds.  Many of us got burned in real estate and most people who were invested in the stock market, whether in individual stocks or with 401K investments, also felt the pain.  Althoug...
Given the downturn of the economy, many people who were once homeowners have now become renters and for many others, with more stringent lending practices, loss of savings, and job insecurity the hope of homeownership may be years away.  But this isn't necessarily a bad thing.  Financially it mak...
Many of my clients, including first time buyers, downsize buyers, and investors, are finding buying opportunities in urban areas.  There has been a recent trend in today's market to become more 'urban" and less "suburban".  With rising fuel costs, commuting has become less desirable and what was ...

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Updates about the local market and interesting facts about working and living in "The Triangle".