July 2016

Found 3 blog entries for July 2016.

June Housing Trends in Raleigh area

Raleigh Real Estate Market - June, 2016

Homes in Raleigh during the month of June 2016 appreciated 4.41% in terms of homes that sold.

A great indication of growth. The Raleigh housing market is known for it's slow and steady appreciation.

Housing Trends in Raleigh, NC June 2016 vs June 2015

4.41% - is the appreciation from June 2015 to June 2016 year over year in average selling price for residential homes in Raleigh.

$280,818 - the average price that homes for sale in Raleigh sold, which is up nearly $8,000 from June 2015.

30 days - the average number of days homes were on the market. This is the fastest selling market Raleigh has seen.

Thanks to the Raleigh Regional Association of Realtors® and Triangle MLS for the data

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Things NOT to Do When Buying a House

Tears should never be a part of the home buying process. This article is the aftermath of a sad experience, and is written for YOU, so that you can share this information with those buying a home and so that they do not encounter the same experience.

In this article we reached out to 15 Real Estate Experts and asked them for their BEST tips on what NOT to do when buying a house. Here is what transpired...

What Not to do When Buying a House

Tony Mariotti | RubyOneMortgage.com

Borrowers can set themselves up for home buying success if they do two basic things: get pre-approved and stay pre-approved.

Get pre-approved

Pre-approvals show everyone involved in the transaction that you are a serious buyer. You will get the attention

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Here is what makes location so important in real estate purchases!

The three most important factors when buying a home are location, location, and location.

Too often I hear people talking about making decisions based on the home itself, instead of the location, and that is a mistake.

What is it about location that makes it so vital to a real estate investing?

The condition and price of any home can be changed. You can even change the size of the house. The one thing you can't change is the home's location.

Supply and demand are two factors that will always play a role in real estate appreciation. Housing supply in great locations is limited to the number of homes in that location.

Location creates desirability, desirability creates demand, and demand raises real estate prices.

Here are some of the

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