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Everything a Buyer Needs to Know About Wake County Real Estate
Buying a Home
Many people recognize Wake County as one of the best places to live in North Carolina, thanks to its strong economy, family-friendly communities, and mild year-round temperatures. Wake County maintains an unemployment rate well below the national average as the region is within the Triangle Region....
18 hours ago
Leisl Bailey
Should I Refinance My Mortgage? The Rule of Thumb to Follow
Saving Money
Refinancing your mortgage isn’t always worth it. This is because sometimes, the process can be long, drawn out, and complicated. And, worst of all, you might not even save any money in the long term. To make refinancing your mortgage worth your while, there is a very specific rule of thumb that y...
4 days ago
Leisl Bailey
Q&A: Should I Buy a Foreclosed Home?
Buying a Home
Is buying a foreclosed home on your wish list? You’re sure to have a lot of questions about them, and rightly so! Buying a foreclosed home isn’t as cut and dry as a traditional home sale. You asked, we listened! Here are the answers your top foreclosed home questions. What exactly is a foreclos...
5 days ago
Leisl Bailey
Why You Might Want to Recast Your Mortgage
Buying a Home
Want to reduce the amount of your monthly mortgage payments for the remaining life of your home loan? Then a recast mortgage may be the option for you. Although not as common as refinancing, there are benefits to a recast mortgage that you can’t get through refinancing. Here are all the detai...
3 weeks ago
Leisl Bailey
Realtor or Real Estate Lawyer: Which Is Cheaper?
Home Selling
Deciding whether or not to use a Realtor to help you buy or sell your home is a big choice. It’s also mainly a financial one. While some people might decide to sell their home on their own or purchase a home without a Realtor, when it comes to the nitty-gritty legal aspects, you need a second pai...
2 months ago
Leisl Bailey
How Much Do Hardwood Floors Increase Home Value?
Home Selling
Looking to install new flooring in your home? If so, you may be wondering, “How much value does hardwood floors add to a home?” That question is usually followed by its sister question: what’s the return on investment? In this article, we’ll dive in to answer both of these q...
2 months ago
Leisl Bailey
When Is Home Refinancing a Good Idea?
Buying a Home
Sometimes refinancing a home can be a smart financial choice. This is because restructuring payment plans can help you spend less on your mortgage each month, allowing you to save up for other areas of your life, like building up retirement or medical funds. While many factors can affect your choic...
2 months ago
Leisl Bailey
Should You Renovate or Remodel Before Selling?
Home Selling
Everyone seems to be renovating or remodeling these days, but should you renovate or remodel before selling? People have been upgrading their houses for years and the movement really blew up after the market crashed. Suddenly, people couldn’t afford houses with their granite countertops and j...
2 months ago
Leisl Bailey
Want to sell your house privately? (Read This First!)
Home Selling
After adding up the costs involved in selling your house, you may have come to the conclusion to sell your house yourself. Many who go this route are at a loss for knowing how to sell a house privately. There is a lot involved in selling your house privately, but if you’re up for the challen...
3 months ago
Leisl Bailey
How to Refinance a Home
Buying a Home
Are you wondering how to refinance a home? Sometimes during the course of home ownership, you realize that your current mortgage payment system is not a good fit for you anymore. This means that it is time to refinance your mortgage. How to Refinance a Home Sometimes refinancing your mortgage can f...
4 months ago
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