1. Do I Need a Real Estate Agent when I Purchase a New Construction Home? A Holly Springs Realtor’s Insight

    No, you do NOT need to use a real estate agent to represent you on the buy side of a new construction purchase, or even a resale, but should you? YES!   There are generally three types of buyer viewpoints about using a Buyer’s Agent when purchasing a new construction home.   I don’t need o…Read More

  2. Insight on Lead Paint by Top Holly Springs Realtor with Team Anderson Realty

    Generally, as a real estate agent, for any buyer looking at a home built prior to 1978, I prefer to assume that somewhere the property contains lead based paint. Our real estate firm was built in 1935, which likely would test positive for it. If you have children, especially small children, I would …Read More

  3. When Buying Real Estate in Holly Springs – Earnest money vs. due diligence money, What is the Difference?

    What is Due Diligence money Due diligence money is "non refundable" money provided directly to the seller(s) of a property, which, in essence, provides money to a seller upfront during the due diligence period.  It is during the due diligence period that the buyers may conduct any and all inspectio…Read More

  4. Potential Turbulence at the closing table of your home purchase or sale – Our Holly Springs Realtor Weighs In – Team Anderson Realty

    There are many things that can occur from contract to closing, but the most challenging items are those that pop up right before, or even at the closing table. Below are some possible scenarios that a Holly Springs Realtor mentions you could encounter.   Repairs not completed: Occasionally repair i…Read More

  5. Holly Springs Realtor Talks About the Up and Coming Areas in the Triangle and Surrounding Areas – Team Anderson Realty

    New Hill: New Hill is a fantastic area in between Apex and Holly Springs. There is more rolling topography and more scenic views than in other more urban areas, and more buyers seeking value and less traffic are gravitating to this area. Plus, being in Wake County, New Hill students attend Apex scho…Read More

  6. National Real Estate offices vs. Boutique Style Firms – Find out which is right for you from a Holly Springs Realtor – Team Anderson Realty

    Corporate and national firms used to be very popular when real estate was preformed mostly out of MLS books and advertised in newspapers and magazines.  However, since the digital era of home buying has emerged, and buyers and sellers are focused on a more intimate, concierge level of service, they…Read More

  7. Purchasing a Home – A Holly Springs Realtor Tells us the Buyer Responsibilities After Writing A Contract on a Home

    After you write a contract, there are some things you can do (or not do) that will make the mortgage process so much easier for your entire Homebuyer Support Team! The Home Buyer Process is not that complicated, but there are common mistakes that we see folks make. We don’t want there to be any de…Read More

  8. To Buy or to Build: That is the Question….At Least in Holly Springs, NC Real Estate Market!

    As Holly Springs rapidly grows, Team Anderson Realty’s clients are constantly asking this same question: buy or build? We are here to give you the pros and cons of both options to help you decide, and, of course, we always give you our professional opinions as well. Buying Pros: • Home is "move …Read More

  9. Holly Springs Made the Top 10 Best Places to Live – Contact a North Carolina Real Estate Agent Now!!

    When moving to a new city, the first question most buyers will have is, “What is the best town to live in?" Of course, this is a loaded question because not all people have the same desires. Each buyer needs to determine the important factors in a home, and the most favored area, that will suit th…Read More

  10. Holly Springs Realtor Weighs In on What to Consider when Choosing your Retirement Home!

    As the baby boomers enter retirement age, they are faced with the decision as to whether they should keep the home in which they raised their family or sell it for a "downsized" dream home. In today’s "hot" housing market, there is a low inventory of homes in the "down-sizing home" category. One o…Read More