October 2020

Found 3 blog entries for October 2020.

7 Takeaways: What is a Deed?

What Is a Deed? Here's what you need to know about deeds in Real Estate

Many folks ask what is a deed at some point during the real estate transaction or even during a Real Estate Agents time at real estate school.

Those who are new to the real estate industry and/or are closing a transaction for the first time are often confused by the terms and jargon used in the real estate transaction process. "Deed" and "title" are two terms commonly used in the real estate industry that are often mixed up. However, despite deed and title commonly being used interchangeably, they are two very different concepts and should not be confused, as they refer to different aspects of the transaction process.  

1. What is a Deed?

A property deed is a legal document used when transferring property

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Choosing a Real Estate Agent to Sell Your Home

Choosing a Real Estate Agent When Selling Your Home

Thinking about selling your home but don't know where to start? Finding a great Real Estate Agent is the perfect place.

When it comes to making a home sale, the process can be even more complex than you expected. Many sellers find that figuring out the best price for their home is one of the most difficult aspects.

This doesn't have to be your experience. When it comes to selling a home, you will want the professional expertise of a real estate agent to ensure a successful sale that results in you walking away with the most money. Real Estate agents are well worth their commission!

Read on to learn all about choosing a real estate agent that will make the home selling experience as simple and

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What is the Triangle in North Carolina?

What is the Triangle in NC?

One of the most common questions we receive is 'what is the Triangle in NC?'

The Research Triangle area in North Carolina is named after the three prestigious universities of Duke, UNC-Chapel Hill, and North Carolina State University. These three institutions are located in the three cities of Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill, which, if connected by an imaginary line on a map would form a Triangle. This is why the area is referred to as the Triangle area of NC.

The current estimated population of the Triangle or the Research Triangle is estimated to be around 2,079,687 in the combined statistical area. This makes it the second-largest combined statistical area in North Carolina (with the first being the

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