Here’s the latest real estate market update for the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas). The average sales price is up slightly, continuing a trend that has been steady throughout the year. Closed transactions are relatively flat compared to a year ago with only a 1% increase. Keep in mind the Triangle market is […]
May market update for the Triangle area – Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas. It includes the most recent real estate activity for Raleigh and nearby; inventory levels, pending and closed sales. All indicators are positive. You can see additional market statistics here. The Triangle is considered one of the best places to […]
Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill real estate market update. End of year market update for the Triangle. Numbers were up across the board – Closed Sales, Average Sales Price and Total Volume – positive indicators for 2014. MyGoogle+page
Market indicators for the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham Chapel Hill, NC) real estate market continue to improve. Optimism in the housing market combined with low interest rates have resulted in increases across the board. Pending sales are up almost 22%, Closed sales are up almost !0%, and Average sales price is up as well. (click below for […]
Market Indicators- More good news for the Triangle (Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding areas) real estate market. Third quarter indicators are showing positive signs; Closed and pending sales are up. You can read the full report by clicking below.
FHA 203(k) Loan If you’ve thought about purchasing a fixer-upper you but don’t have the cash to remodel it, you might want to look into a loan option called a 203(k). It’s good for buyers that may not have the cash to do needed repairs, or for a buyer interested in a home that doesn’t […]
The latest market statistics have just come out for the Triangle real estate market and they continue to be positive. The Triangle housing market prior to the housing slump always had steady, reliable, dependable growth. It did not experience the unsustainable annual appreciation rates that other areas like Las Vegas did. People were moving here […]