Monthly Archives: May 2015

April 2015 Home Sales Report

The April 2015 RE/MAX National Housing Report that surveyed 53 metro areas, showed that home sales were up by 7 percent from March 2015. The survey also showed that sales were 6.5 percent above the mark set in April 2014! This is exciting news for our North Raleigh real estate team. It’s also big news…
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Home Buying Tips for Spring Part 3

Welcome back! Our real estate agents in Raleigh NC are here to offer you more tips on buying a home during spring! It’s the busiest time of the year for real estate but that doesn’t mean buying has to be stressful and overwhelming! These tips should get you in the right mindset and ready to…
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Home Buying Tips for Spring Part 2

Are you ready to find the home of your dreams during the busiest time of the year for home buying? Our Raleigh real estate agents are here to help! Over the course of the last couple blog posts our agents have been offering tips to help you navigate this busy time of year for real estate! We…
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Home Buying Tips for Spring Part 1

Thinking of buying a home in Raleigh NC this spring? It’s one of the busiest times of year for both buyers and sellers. It’s also a great time to buy a home because there will be many more homes available for purchase. Below, you’ll find a couple tips that will help you with your overall…
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Home Buying Tips for Spring

Buying a home in Raleigh NC is a big investment. Choosing to purchase a new home can be a great thing, as long as you keep a few things in mind. There are often a few things that crop up when dealing with the overall home buying process. Following the tips our Raleigh real estate agent…
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Strongest Market Recovery Cities in the U.S.

Housing markets all across the U.S. began significantly declining between 2007 and 2011. They declined at least 10 percent in most places. Others saw an even bigger decline closer to 20 percent. A widespread housing market crises (the biggest one in American History) had many thinking that the market would never rebound. Housing Market is…
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