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    What Are Your Reasons For Buying a Home?

    By George Wilson Team | August 19, 2014

    Whether you’re jumping in the real estate market for the first time or you feel that it’s time to sell your current home and make an upgrade, your reasons for making a move will help to determine what type of home you need. In this post we’ll explore a few different home buying scenarios and... Read More

    How to Bridge the Gap Between Buying and Selling

    By George Wilson Team | August 18, 2014

    Are you a homeowner in Raleigh or elsewhere in the Triangle area who is thinking about upgrading to a newer or larger home? If so, you’re likely going to want to sell your current house and that introduces the potential for a bit of a gap between buying and selling. In today’s blog post we’ll... Read More

    FAQs About Moving to a Larger Home

    By George Wilson Team | August 8, 2014

    Is your current home starting to burst at the seams, or are you simply tired of feeling like you’re in a cramped space? If you’re looking to make an upgrade, you’ve likely got a few questions. Below are answers to some of the more common questions individuals have asked about moving to a larger, more... Read More

    Establishing Equity in Your Home Over Time

    By George Wilson Team | August 1, 2014

    For the majority of individuals, the amount of equity that they have in their homes and other real estate is the major component of their total net worth. In the past it was safe to expect that a property would simply increase in value as the years passed by, but today most homeowners are actively... Read More

    What Fits Your Needs – New Construction or a Pre-Owned Home?

    By George Wilson Team | August 1, 2014

    Are you in the market for a home in Raleigh, Durham, Cary or another of our local communities? If so, you may have been struggling with a major decision: should you buy brand-new construction or should you go with an existing home that has already been lived in? In this post we’ll take a look... Read More

    What is Your Next Selling Step In and Around Raleigh?

    By George Wilson Team | July 21, 2014

    Raleigh, NC has a buzzing housing market with new people moving into the area by the masses every month. However, buyers are taking their time and making sure to search for the best property to fit their needs. If you have listed your home, and it has not sold in the appropriate amount of time,... Read More

    What Does Your Comparative Market Analysis Mean?

    By George Wilson Team | July 18, 2014

    Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) is key mechanism used by real estate agents to attract seller business, and generate profits on the property market. The CMA is a reporting instrument designed to establish a listing price range on a home or commercial property. The Difference between CMA and Mortgage Loan Appraisal CMA valuation is performed by... Read More

    Raleigh Has One of the Nation’s Fastest Growing Economies

    By George Wilson Team | July 3, 2014

    According to the Triangle Business Journal, a recent study released by the U.S. Conference of Mayors found that until the end of 2020, the Raleigh-Cary economy in North Carolina is likely to top 4% growth each year. Raleigh-Cary joins Austin, TX and Fayetteville, AR as one of the top three fastest-growing large metropolitan areas in... Read More

    Are Open Houses Still Relevant in the Raleigh?

    By Raleigh Cary Realty | July 2, 2014

    With the advent of online real estate search options, the question of whether open houses are obsolete has surfaced. Some agents think the open house is a waste of time and that potential buyers can see houses through engaging photos online; interested buyers can then make appointment to see the house in person. With this... Read More

    Selling By Summer’s End in Raleigh

    By George Wilson Team | June 25, 2014

    Whether you are relocating and moving away, or waiting on an opportunity to move up and out, it is always a busy situation when you are found needing to sell your home on a tight deadline. If you have to sell by the end of August, you understandably feel rushed. The good news is more... Read More

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