All Sellers in North Carolina, with few exceptions, have to complete the North Carolina Residential Property Disclosure Statement Continue reading “North Carolina Residential Property Disclosure”
NC Turnpike Authority has a great deal of information available regarding planning for NC540 in Southeastern Wake County.
NC Turnpike Authority page with discussion
As the Turnpike Authority says, “Please note, these alignments are conceptual and have not been officially selected for the project.”
They note that the corridor is subject to change, as it was created without environmental study.
It is quite possible that environmental considerations will require NC DOT to move the corridor or the highway, but this corridor study is a “must see” for anyone considering purchase in that area of Wake County, North Carolina.
If looking at a home in SE Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Garner, SE Raleigh, or nearby unincorporated areas of Wake County, this information must be considered by smart home buyers.
I try to work this conversation into every closing meeting. With the attorney at the table. Continue reading “I don’t give legal advice, but, “Who gets your kids?””
Today in the office, I was putting together a list of links to sites that I thought would be informative, and figured I may as well post them here. Continue reading “Wake County, NC, Information Links”
Under the auspices of the Triangle, Piedmont Triad and Charlotte, North Carolina Chapters of the US Green Building Council, and presented by NC State University’s Solar Center, the Raleigh Convention Center will be the home of the 5th Annual Green Building Trade Show for North Carolina. Continue reading “GreenNC Tradeshow, Raleigh, NC, September 9, 9 to 5”
So, you have some income, but you messed up your credit a few years back and with a couple of repossessions and a foreclosure, you think you’ll never own a home again. How could it get worse? Continue reading “Avoid Lease-Purchase heartache!”
Common steps to Home Buying in Cary, NC Continue reading “Common Steps to Home Buying in Cary, NC”
The distinction between condominiums and townhomes escapes a lot of folks. And many agents, too. Continue reading “Is it a condo? Is it a townhome? 15 question quiz.”
So, every agent in Cary and Raleigh and Wake County is trumpeting the $8,000 first-time HomeBuyer’s Tax Credit. We are all reaching out to first-time buyers to help them. Continue reading “$8,000 Tax Credit will NOT cover a $40,000 mistake!”