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It has been a long time coming (decades in fact), but a settlement agreement was finally reached this week that will allow the aging, unquestionably unsafe Herbert C. Bonner Bridge over Oregon Inlet to be replaced with a new parallel bridge connecting Hatteras Island to the northern Outer Banks.Y...
Let’s spread the love and let all the fantastic Fathers out there know that #homeiswheredadis
Time is money! Now is the time to weigh your options and see how much house you can afford!http://goo.gl/fyPzr5
With interest rates and home prices expected to climb in the next year, the financial penalties of delaying or forgoing a home purchase in today's market can become very steep. If you are sitting on the fence waiting to buy…then take a look at the infographic below:
Every time I see one of these lists I get excited to open it and discover which one of our tiny towns is being recognized. http://goo.gl/A5f6T4 . This time Kill Devil Hills NC was represented! WOOT!
The full language of the North Carolina Vacation Rental Act (NCVRA) can be found in Chapter 42A of the NC General Statutes. NC doesn’t want to destroy the industry and they must protect your constitutionally derived right to own property and your liberty to use it for your maximum investment. T...
Love reading about NC...the state where I now choose to live! See link below:http://goo.gl/sqEuIHWith the beach, the mountains, the perfect weather, the four seasons, it's almost like this state is magic..and with so much outdoor activities and so much beauty all around....it always keeps you a l...
The process of buying a home is a case study in the art of negotiation. Everything — from the purchase price to occupancy dates to the inclusion of appliances to “repairs” of issues raised during an inspection — are subjected to a give and take between the buyer and seller. Heck, even the commiss...
Searching for your next investment property?
I recently came across this graph of the “Freedom Threshold” and thought it provided a great visual for what I’ve been telling my clients for years. The “Freedom Threshold” is the point where you no longer need to live somewhere for family obligations (say, a great school system) and can now liv...