1. Hardwood Floors vs. Laminate vs. Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) Explained By A Holly Springs Realtor

    Hardwood floors vs. Laminate vs. Luxury Vinyl Plank (LVP) Which product should I use, and what are buyers wanting? Taste in flooring can vary from one person to another, even in types/materials used. The main thing to do is make sure that you use a relatively neutral style and color palate that woul…Read More

  2. Q&A Session with Top Holly Springs Realtor from Team Anderson Realty about Asbestos

      Asbestos is defined as a heat-resistant fibrous silicate mineral that can be woven into fabrics, and it is used in fire-resistant and insulation materials such as brake linings. Because of its insulation and flexible properties, many homes used it to insulate piping, vinyl tiles, ceiling tile…Read More

  3. A Holly Springs Realtor Weighs in on How Smart Home Technology Can Improve Your Life

    Smart home technology continues to grow in popularity among luxury buyers, and millennials in particular. Smart features can help your property stand out from the rest, yet many homeowners are still on the fence about installing an automation system in their home. Truth be told, there are plenty of …Read More

  4. 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

  5. How to manage multiple offers on your home in the Holly Springs Real Estate Market

    Below are some important terms to focus on when reviewing a purchase contract for your home.  The terms offered may sway your decision on which offer to choose states a Licensed North Carolina Real Estate Agent.   What are the offer loan types Conventional loans usually require a higher credit…Read More

  6. 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

  7. 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

  8. 540 HIGHWAY PLANS – HOW WILL THIS AFFECT THE TRIANGLE AND WHERE IS IT GOING? HOLLY SPRINGS, GARNER, CLAYTON AND KNIGHTDALE WILL COMPLETE ACCESSIBILITY!

    When the 540 “loop” is completed, people will have easier access to all parts of the Triangle Area, instead of only partial access; no more need to access back roads. This partial-toll road can lower commute time by allowing people to avoid traffic pockets and utilize the convenience of a highwa…Read More

  9. 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

  10. Closing Costs in North Carolina Real Estate

    I just did a quick check on one of those National Rate Quote sites that claimed to have the inside “scoop” on Closing Costs in NC.  OMG!  They said the average closing costs for a home costing $200,000 to $300,000 was $1500 to $3500, or roughly 1.18%. Then I scrolled down on the page, and they…Read More