Happy Thanksgiving from our Linda Craft & Team Family to Yours. We hope you enjoy your holiday and would like to Thank You all for the support throughout the year.
Today we have the first installment of our Q+A series. We have asked the public for general, real estate related questions and our Team of experts are here to answer! Thank you to all who have submitted questions! Our first question will be answered by one of our Seller Specialists, Steve Kruger. Steve has several […]
In our last blog, we discussed fall maintenance tips for the exterior of your Wake County home. Let’s take the party inside and discuss how you can increase efficiency and prepare your home for the winter months ahead. Save Energy in Your Raleigh Home There are some other big ticket items to avoid on the inside of your home […]
Many Triangle area home sellers have the false belief that nothing happens during the holidays in real estate and are asking if they should come off the market now and wait until January to re-list. Please read on for our thoughts and data on holiday home sales in the Triangle. Stand Out in the Crowd Right now […]
We are all guilty of it. We flip channels to our beloved home/garden/DIY network and fantasize about the luxurious, impressive and sometimes international homes we see. These television shows make the home buying/selling process look so seamless, and in under 30 minutes! But real life home transactions do not go as smoothly as we have been led to believe. Jensen and […]
Earlier this year, the Federal Housing Finance Agency announced that it will extend the federal refinancing initiative, The Home Affordable Refinance Program (HARP) for another two years. It was supposed to expire at the end of 2013 but will now be available until the end of December 2015. For some Raleigh, Wake Forest, Cary and […]
There is a crisp chill in the air, football is on every TV and food is cooking in the slow cooker. You might be ready for a North Carolina Fall but is your Raleigh home ready? Fall maintenance is very important in that it prepares your home for the (sometimes) harsh winter months ahead. When done seasonally and annually, you […]