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. Pros and Cons of Custom Home Building from a Holly Springs Realtor – Land vs. Lot

    So you want to build a brand new home.  Do you buy raw land or a platted lot?  This is a question full of uncertainties, and as a whole, the issue with raw/undeveloped land is the overall cost in a certain area. Plus, with raw land, there are a lot of “unforeseen” costs that can arise as well;…Read More

  3. 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

  4. 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

  5. Questions to Ask your Holly Springs Realtor Before Purchasing a New Construction Home

    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

  6. Holly Springs Real Estate has Been Going Green with Solar Panels

    If you live in a subdivision in the Holly Springs Real Estate market, 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; the…Read More

  7. House Hunting with a Holly Springs Realtor – 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

  8. Look What These 23 New Subdivisions in Holly Springs Have To Offer – North Carolina Realtor – Team Anderson Realty

    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

  9. Holly Springs Realtor Gives Home Buying Tips – Pre-Qualified vs. Pre-Approval – Do you Know the Difference?

    You have decided to buy a home, and you're ready to make an offer.  With most offers to purchase, you will be asked to also provide a Pre-Qual or Pre-Approval letter.  This is provided by a lender of your choosing who will do a quick review of your financial situation to determine if the home you …Read More

  10. Navigating Holly Springs: Which Route is Right for You?

    The million dollar question for any professional in a fast-growing city is what time one should leave work to avoid the traffic? Rush hour traffic seems to be inevitable no matter what city you live in. However, Holly Springs is trying to relieve some of that stress for our community. Just another r…Read More