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Wake County Board of Education – Member Update
Posted September 16th, 2014
The MPT had the privilege to join the Cary Chamber of Commerce Education Committee Lunch and Learn with Wake County Board of Education Member Bill Fletcher as speaker. Mr. Fletcher answered many of the questions we hear from home buyers and relocating families in the area.
Some high points:
* The District has hired an
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Sustainability Tour – Pittsboro NC
Posted August 18th, 2014
The News and Observer has had a fabulous series called “100 Counties , 100 Things You’ve Gotta Try”.
Number 86 caught my attention this week. It’s about The Abundance Foundation in nearby Pittsboro, NC. The Foundation gives one-hour sustainability tours and hosts DIY workshops (sponsored by Larry’s Beans no less!. What the MPT
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Happy Tails (and Trails)
Posted August 11th, 2014
More than half of home buyers seem to have at least one dog or plan to get one as soon as they have a fenced yard at their new house. But wait! Hold your Great Danes! One doesn’t necessarily need a fenced yard with all of the dog parks and dog friendly hiking trails found Read More
Inventory! Inventory! My Kingdom For Some Inventory
Posted July 24th, 2014
The MPT subscribes to a national post on real estate to try and stay up on things in the industry. Todays post was about the inventory shortage that continues across the country.
Dani and I have witnessed this first hand for pretty much the entire year. It has gotten to the point that
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Put Your Hands Up and Move Away From The Car!!
Posted July 9th, 2014
Okay, you have probably heard Dani and I talk a lot about the Walkable Urban Space. We believe that the future of urban development lies with walkable spaces where citizens live very close to jobs, dining, entertainment, shopping, schools, etc. Sounds like a good idea but how exactly do you do it. Well, one way Read More
To Rent or to Buy in the Cary/Raleigh/DurhamReal Estate Market?
Posted June 25th, 2014
For some, buying could be an easy decision, especially with prices as low as they are probably going to be. For others, there could be more than a few factors to take Into consideration. A well thought out chart may help.
For instance, if you considered purchasing a $238k home in Durham, Raleigh or
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