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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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Wow- West Cary August Sales Statistics
Posted August 27th, 2014
West Cary is a hot market! August of 2013 shows sales of detached homes numbering 91 with an average sales price of $352,000 and average days on the market of 36. August 2014 shows sales of detached homes numbering 64 with an average sales price of $374,000 and average days on the market of just Read More
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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The MPT Moves Downtown!
Posted July 15th, 2014
Big News! The Mission Possible Team has just signed our first lease for office space. We have taken a space in the Cary Innovation Center at the corner of Chatham and Harrison. We are very excited to be a part of the new vision of Downtown Cary. We hope with this central location in the 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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Buying a Home vs. Renting a Home in Raleigh, NC
Posted April 23rd, 2014
Have you ever wondered whether you should rent or buy a home? According to a new study by the Joint Center for Housing Studies at Harvard University, owning a home is more fiscally responsible and less risky in the long term.
Owning a home is something to be proud of. It’s yours, and you can
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Raleigh, NC Neighbors Want Couple’s Dream Home Torn Down
Posted March 2nd, 2014
Imagine this: you and your spouse have waited years to build your dream home, and you finally get the chance. You design it yourself, and can’t wait to see it come to life in an old, historic neighborhood in downtown Raleigh, NC. Midway through building, your neighbors start protesting the construction because the style of Read More
Raleigh, NC Named Best City for Raising a Family
Posted February 5th, 2014
Have you been looking for the perfect city to raise your family? One that boasts affordable housing, a low cost of living and a low crime rate? According to a recent article on Forbes, Raleigh came out on top, beating out other leading cities such as Grand Rapids, Michigan; Ogden, Utah; and Omaha, Nebraska.
In
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