The Hills at Southpoint homes for sale

You will love coming home to The Hills at Southpoint in Durham, NC. Not only does it have an unparalleled location when it comes to shopping and dining, it boasts a quiet, relaxed atmosphere and desirable homes for all price points. If you’re a nature lover, then you’ll enjoy the parks and conservation areas within the area. Even better, it's only one-mile away from 1-40, meaning it’s easy to commute to work, the grocery store, and popular recreation destinations.

About The Neighborhood

The Hills at Southpoint homes for sale have the unbelievable luxury of being close to nature while also residing in a convenient location. This community has the best of both worlds. Surrounded by stunning woodlands, all you have to do is look out your front door…

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Why you need a realtor to sell your homeSelling a home is an arduous process. From setting a price, to finding the right time to do it, to the hope of the property garnering quick interest, there are a number of things that build doubt and concern. This is where the advantage of working with a qualified North Carolina real estate agent will set your mind at ease.

The Research Triangle area in North Carolina is one of the biggest hotspots for young professionals in the area. With the revitalization of old warehouses and mixed-use buildings into high quality living establishments, more and more people have begun flocking to the Research Triangle area. That being said, the increase in popularity for properties in the area has prompted the need for real estate agents to assist clients in the…

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buy vs rent in durham, cary, chapel hill

Is it Better to Buy or Rent? 

Several years ago, I wrote an article in which I suggested that if you intended to be in the same location for 4 or more years that economically it made more sense to buy a home, rather than rent. The article garnered a fair deal of attention as well as many questions and comments both pro and con.

Since first the original article (2012) was first published; home values in the Research Triangle {Chapel Hill, Durham, Raleigh and surrounding area} have risen roughly 30% and rental rates have also risen by approximately 20%;  however, mortgage rates are actually lower now than then.

Given the changes in the market; it seemed like a good time to revisit the numbers to find out whether the original conclusion that…

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First time homebuyer mistakes

According to a new report released by the National Association of Realtors, First-time buyers make up 35 percent of all home buyers in 2017. Our team loves helping first-time buyers achieve their dreams of homeownership. In fact, it's one of our specialties! Each client is different but the excitement and joy of closing on the first home is the same for each. We work alongside our clients as they navigate the market and process of buying a home. Without guidance, navigating the complexities of homebuying can often lead to mistakes—but that's where we come in.

Here what you need to know in order to avoid the most common mistakes new home buyers make.

1. Be Fully Prepared for Home Ownership

As you start making preparations to buy a new home,…

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The Traditions in Wake Forest, NC

Located in the historic town of Wake Forest, Traditions at Wake Forest real estate is a wonderful opportunity to own a modern and well-appointed single-family home amidst a picturesque community with all of the charms of a small village. One of the best parts of living near this nationally registered historic community is having perfect access to the Triangle, just a 30-minute commute north and south of Durham and Raleigh. It's also a pleasure to live in a town with so much to offer in terms of the arts and entertainment.

Home buyers who invest in Traditions in Wake Forest homes for sale are drawn to the strong community vibe that's provided by the numerous local farmer's markets, unique independent businesses, festivals, and pleasantly walkable…

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