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9553 Hanging Rock Road, Raleigh 27713


Beautiful and well maintained move-in ready end unit town home in a park like setting w/ the best of both worlds...


Master up or down! 2 of the total 3 BRs are on the 1st floor along w/ 2 full baths. Soaring Family Room w/ gas fireplace is open to the Kitchen & Dining Room.


2nd Floor Bonus/Loft ready for your big screen tv or home office. Fresh paint & carpet throughout.


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From personalizing your living spaces to turning a profit when you sell, there are dozens of reasons why first-time home buyers can’t wait to find a home and make it their own. Though there are plenty of benefits of owning a home, here are the six benefits that stand out from the rest.

Want to Own a Home of Your Own? We Can Help!

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Many home sellers have considered skipping the real estate agent to save on closing costs, but very few have actually succeeded in seeing those savings. There’s a good reason: the average homeowner doesn’t have the rigorous training and real estate knowledge that a licensed agent does.

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But just what makes For Sale By Owner (FSBO) such a bad idea? From incessant inconveniences to costly paperwork mistakes, here are a few of the horror stories that FSBO sellers inevitably encounter.

The Daunting Task of Marketing Your Home


It takes more than a “For Sale” sign in your front yard to make buyers notice your home. According to the National Association of Realtors, 95% of b...

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Raleigh North Carolina Real Estate Agent: What Does Listing For Sale by Owner Truly Cost?

Are you thinking about listing your home For Sale By Owner? If you are, don't forget to consider the true costs of taking this route.

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If you’re considering listing For Sale By Owner (or FSBO), I’ve got some key information on the true cost of selling.
First, ask yourself what kind of back payments there will be. Any back payments or taxes that aren’t paid up by the time of closing will be deducted at that time.
Also, be aware that there are certain loan programs out there that don’t allo...

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Email scams are as old as, well, email, but as the years go by, these scams have become more and more sophisticated. Recently, several home buyers have fallen victim to specially targeted email scams that attempt to rob them of their closing costs — sometimes up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

These types of scams are devastating both financially and emotionally, especially when your home is involved. But to help protect you from email scams targeting the real estate industry, we have outlined a few tips about what these scams are and how to avoid them.

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What Email Scams Are Common?


Though the method through which hackers collect personal or financial information is always changi...

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If plan on selling your home on your own, make sure you avoid these seven “For Sale By Owner” mistakes.

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If you've decided to list your home as a "For Sale By Owner" (FSBO) property, congratulations. Some FSBO sellers are able to be successful, but many make mistakes and even fail to sell their homes. Today, I'll go over seven common FSBO mistakes you should avoid.

If you’ve decided to list your home as “For Sale By Owner,” congratulations. It can be a challenge, but there are a few people out there who can do it.
That said, according to the National Association of Realt...

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Let’s say you have your heart set on buying a home in a community with a swimming pool, a clubhouse, and maybe even a playground or trails. Having access to these amenities often means living in a community with a homeowners association, or HOA.

Generally, an HOA is responsible for keeping the neighborhood looking beautiful — and as a result, keeping property values high. But since no two neighborhoods are the same, no two HOAs will be the same, either.

What You Should Know About the Homeowners Association

Doing your research on homes and communities means finding the answers to dozens of questions. As a savvy home buyer, you’ve probably already considered some of the most...

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