Real Estate in Chapel Hill, Durham NC and the Surrounding Area

Search for Chapel Hill HomesBuying and selling a home can be exciting, emotional, yet sometimes challenging or stressful.  When you buy or sell with us, we will do everything in our power to be sure you have a positive experience.  My attention to the myriad details and my knowledge gained from nearly 30 years experience along with the assistance of my husband Jim with his professionalism and dedication to our clients makes for a successful real estate transaction.

Experience alone, however, is not everything.  Without losing the personal touch, we keep up-to-date technologically - with our website, smart phones with MLS access, texting & email, our voicemail that pages us, our SLR digital camera setup with a wide angle lens, and fully equipped  computers. 

But, best of all, we like what we do-working with you, our clients, finding and marketing homes, advising and supporting you. We are working for your satisfaction.  CALL US at 919-632-3444 or 919-632-8436!

 

 

Serving Orange County, Chapel Hill, Carrboro, Hillsborough.  N.E.  Chatham County: Pittsboro. Durham CountyWake County:  Raleigh, Cary, Morrrisville, Apex.  Research Triangle Park

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Carrboro Celebrates Bicycle Award 

The Town of Carrboro recently received the Bicycle Friendly Community Silver designation from the League of American Bicyclists.  Carrboro was one of 27 cities and towns in the country that are recognized by the League at the silver level and the first town in North Carolina.  Only two communities in the southeastern U.S. have achieved silver or higher.  The Bicycle Friendly Community Program provides incentives, hands-on assistance, and award recognition for communities that actively support bicycling.  A Bicycle Friendly Community welcomes cyclists by providing safe accommodation for cycling and encouraging people to bike for transportation and recreation.  Chapel Hill, NC, received the bronze award.  Read More


Interest Rate "Float Downs" - Loan Officer Answers Your Question 

 It seems perfectly logical!  You apply for a loan and soon after the rates drop, so why can't the lender just give you the new rate?  As in anything, what is seemingly simple on the surface to someone on the "outside" of any business is often way more complicated and not easily understood.  Here is great information on Interest Rate Float Downs from a local loan officer...when you can and when you can't get a lower rate after already having made loan applicaton....


Triangle area's Unemployment Rate Improved over 2009 

 Following up on the article from Forbes that lists the Triangle area as the number 1 area likely to rebound the fastest from the recession, it appears that the unemployment rate in The Triangle has improved by 1.1% since 2009. 

The Triangle Business Journal says:  "Economic conditions appear to have improved at least marginally in the Raleigh-Durham area since June 2009. The Triangle unemployment rate in June 2009 was 9.1 percent. In July of 2010, the rate had dropped to 8 perccent.    See full article from the Triangle Business Journal:   Economists group says recession ended in June 2009 - Triangle Business Journal

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