1. Questions to Ask Before Purchasing a New Construction Home in Holly Springs

    Buying a new construction home involves a different process than buying a pre-existing home. The most obvious difference is that when buying a new construction house, you will have to visualize the final product without seeing it in front of you.  As with any situation where you are about to spend …Read More

  2. Is Holly Springs Going Green with Solar Panels?

    If you live in a Holly Springs subdivision, you have probably had a knock at your door, at one time or another, from a "pesky" solicitor trying to sell you on the pros of installing solar panels on your home. Solar panels are devices that convert light into electricity; they are usually installed on…Read More

  3. House Hunting in Holly Springs – Facts about Lochridge Subdivision

    Looking to buy a new construction home in Holly Springs, and you don’t know where to start?  Check out our Blog Post from April 24th, and you will find an introduction to 23 subdivisions "under construction" in this desirable town.  Taking a closer look at one of them highlighted in that blog, j…Read More

  4. Your Listing Agent Should Be Offering 3D Tours for Your Home

    Let's say some buyers are online looking for a home to buy.  The buyers' time is limited, and for whatever reason, they are not able to drive around to look at homes in person.  Imagine them virtually "walking" through your home and being able to examine every detail - from the ceiling to the floo…Read More

  5. Look What These 23 New Subdivisions Have To Offer!

    Holly Springs has come a long way! It began as a crossroads between Raleigh and the Cape Fear River because of its location near fresh water springs and an abundance of holly trees. Travelers would stop to quench their thirst near the intersection of what is now Avent Ferry Road and Cass Holt Road…Read More

  6. The One Thing You Have To Try While Visiting North Carolina

    Food Trucks are the hottest trend right now, especially in the Raleigh/Durham area! They are a roving mobile restaurant, gourmet meals on wheels, an epicurean delight - and they have come a long way since the ice cream man or the burger and hotdog carts. Today, there seems to be a food truck for nea…Read More

  7. Time to Sell Your Home: How to Start a Bidding War

    We know that selling your home takes time, effort, and money. There are a "million" things to attend to before and after a house hits the market, from advertising your home to repairing those leaky faucets, to finally addressing all those items swept under the rug for months. While it may seem point…Read More

  8. Our “Secret Weapon” for Highly Personalized Real Estate Service

    Congratulations! You have successfully negotiated a contract for your home; now the “fun” begins as you enter into the paperwork phase of the transaction. Whether you are buying or selling, it is now time to coordinate with multiple parties, such as a lender, closing attorney, appraisers, inspec…Read More

  9. Why Picking a Home Based Solely on Wake County School Assignments Might Not Be the Best Approach

    If you are moving to Wake County, NC, the school assignments might be a little confusing, especially coming from a Northern State. Elementary and Middle Schools in Wake County have two options: traditional and year round calendars, and it will depend on your base school assignment as to which calend…Read More