In this blog, I will be sharing some interesting data on housing for the Raleigh Real Estate market. This data includes both detached and attached homes (town homes and condos included). This is not intended to be comprehensive but to focus on the main highlights. If you are interested in more detailed information please do not hesitate to contact me directly!
As of today, there are a total of 2,269 active listings in Raleigh. The price range is between $35,000 - $4,850,000. The range of square footage is between 500 sq ft – 15,890 sq ft.
In an effort to continue to provide valuable data, I will be sharing some interesting statistics on housing for the Cary Real Estate market. This data includes both detached and attached homes (townhomes and condos included).
Currently, there are a total of 562 active listings in Cary. The price range is
between $75,000 - $3,995,000. The range of square footage is between
713 sq ft – 13,200 sq ft.
I want to share with you some interesting statistics on housing for the Chapel Hill Real Estate market. For this blog, I am defining the Chapel Hill area as Orange County homes (both detached and attached—as in townhomes and condos) and in the Chapel Hill school system.
Currently, we have a total of 429 active listings. The price range is between $44,900 - $3,900,000. The range of square footage is between 330 sq ft – 9,343 sq ft.
Exterior house painting is in full-swing this summer—and whether you are selling your home, or simply maintaining it, you want the job done right. But how do you know the contractors will do a good job? Well it’s always best to get references so you can inspect their past work if possible. When in preparation of spending potentially thousands of dollars, it is only wise to do some leg work. Now, I am not a painting contractor but I am a Licensed General Contractor.
COMING SOON!!! 20 South Circle Drive, Chapel Hill 27516
Listing Office: NewStone Realty
Full Baths: 2
Square Footage: 1923
Lot Size: .26
MLS Listing: # 1856556
In my previous Blog article, I touched on some very important and basic points regarding selling your home. Mainly these where Clutter, Cleanliness, and Odor. I also touched on any differentiators that you might be able to identify. Lastly, assuming the home you are trying to sell falls into the category of most everyone else’s, what can you do? If you're currently active in selling your home and you are getting little — if any Showings – it’s time to ask "Why?".
Home Selling: Why am I having such a hard time selling my home?
Well—that is a profound question. It’s true, we are still in a difficult home selling market. The buyers who are out there are being very selective. The best and the brightest homes will sell. All others will, unfortunately, sit. Or will they?