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The Real Estate Market in Angier, Apex, Cary, Clayton, Coats, Dunn, Durham, East Durham, Erwin, Fayetteville, Four Oaks, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Kennebec, Lillington, Middlesex, North Durham, Princeton, Raleigh, Smithfield, Spring Hope, Spring Lake, Wake Forest, Wendell, Willow Spring, Willow Springs, Youngsville, and Zebulon is made up of diverse and interesting communities and neighborhoods. I’ll tell you about each of them and let you narrow your search to the very best for you.

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Home Buying More Affordable Than Renting

In about two-thirds of the country – or 66 percent of the largest U.S. counties – it’s more affordable to buy a home than to rent one, according to a report by ATTOM Data Solutions. They compared the monthly rents of three-bedroom apartments to monthly payments on median-priced homes (including the mortgages, property taxes, and i ...

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Five Essential Furniture Items For First Time Home Buyers

Empty rooms are filled with potential in the right eyes but it might take your first-time buyer some time and mental energy to see what you see. Potential buyers, especially those buying for the first time, can be intimidated by the amount of space a house has and don’t know where to begin when it comes to furnishing it and making it their ow ...

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Water Conservation Upgrades For Your Home

With many states are facing a drought, home owners and renters are increasingly under pressure to conserve. “We are often bombarded with a message of sacrifice and cutting back,” says Benjamin Inskeep, a research analyst at EQ Research, who helped compile “The Water Short List,” a report highlighting conservation ideas. &ldq ...

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Coastal Life Not For Millennials As They Opt For Central U.S.

As young Americans move out on their own, they’re choosing more inland areas of the country to call home. The metro areas seeing some of the biggest surges in millennial populations are in Charlotte, N.C.; Houston; and Austin, Texas, according to a new study by ApartmentsList.com, which factored in Census data to track the metro areas that sa ...

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Appraisals May No Longer Be Required For Freddie Mac Loans

According to an article by Kenneth Harney for the Chicago Tribune, Freddie Mac is planning a controversial new mortgage process that would not include appraisals. The mortgage giant is getting rid of traditional appraisals and replacing them with a free alternative valuation system, according to the article. This new process could begin as early as ...

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