This month’s “Modernist Home of the Month” feature is going to be a little bit different. While the kids head back to school, we are going to school you on modernist history in North Carolina! Grab your pen and paper and keep reading for a lesson in modernist.
Spring is here and you were planning on buying your dream home – then the unimaginable happened and a global pandemic crisis hit. Across the country, people are told to follow public health orders to stay at home or to practice social distancing. For buyers in the Triangle area, that means you might not have the opportunity to walk through a home with your agent or your agent might not be able to show homes in person.
Wake County residents, did you receive a notice in your mail earlier this month about a change in your property’s tax value as a result of the 2020 reappraisal that went into effect January 1, 2020? According to WRAL.com, “around 395,000 notices were sent to residential and commercial real estate property owners,” so there’s a good chance you were one (or more) of them!
Thinking of selling your house this spring? It is common knowledge that spring is the most popular time of year to buy and sell a home. For that reason, many homeowners wait to put their homes on the market until then. The question is whether or not that is a good strategy this year. The other listings […]
In this fast moving, hot real estate market, some homeowners might consider selling their homes on their own or For Sale by Owner (FSBO). They believe that they don’t need a real estate agent and that they can save the commission for the services a real estate agent offers. However, a study by Collateral Analytics […]