Fall is here, which brings a sigh of relief to many Wake County residents including myself. I love the 60 – 70 degree weather, not only does it offer a reprieve from the scorching heat of the summer, many find it much easier to sleep when temperatures dip into the 50’s overnight.
With September here and Fall approaching, most of Wake Counties residents are enjoying the cool temperatures as a break from the intense heat of July and August. It was a very hot summer, both in temperature, and in price appreciation!
In April of 2017, someone had filled out a form on my website requesting Foreclosure Help in Greenville NC. When I called, she told me she saw a sign on the road that said Mike Buys Houses in Greenville NC. After seeing the sign, she did a Google search for “Mike Buys Houses” and found … Continued
What are the foreclosure steps in North Carolina? People often get confused as to where they are in the process. Many will call me saying they have a house in the Wake County NC area that is in foreclosure. The timeline below will walk you through the process step-by-step. Ultimately, it is up to the bank … Continued
Most people are familiar with the concept of going to the bank and getting a loan to buy a house, but how many of us know how 30 year mortgages get paid off? Is it similar to a car loan where most of the payment goes toward paying off the principal balance and the rest … Continued
If you are selling a home in the Raleigh area of Wake County NC, it is important to get a feel for the market place. Familiarity with market statistics is essential to be successful when selling your own home. Below are essential KPI’s for the Raleigh NC Housing Market – January 2017.
This article is designed to give new and experienced investors a brief overview of basic North Carolina landlord-tenant law. The author is not an attorney and is not giving legal advice. You should consult your own attorney and do your own research for laws that are applicable in your own state and county. Below are 6 … Continued
Owning a luxury home can be a person’s lifelong dream. The perfect floor plan with just the right amount of beds and baths, giving us that office we always wanted and the opportunity to customize every inch with the right décor, color scheme, candles, and personal touch can be a blissful experience.
One of the many questions I am asked is what’s the difference between a broker and a realtor? Are they the same thing? Can these titles be used interchangeably? There are significant differences between the two.
#1. Showing Up Late Or Unprepared Showing up late, dressed poorly, or unprofessionally is an indicator that the agent doesn’t have their ducks in a row. If you own a $150,000 house you will be paying your agent $9,000 at a 6% commission. Do you think this is enough incentive for an agent to show up … Continued