Meet Dwayne Reece Dwayne Reece is the newest member of the Linda Craft Team and he finished the Boston Marathon on April 20th, 2015. Every “marathon” is 26.2 miles and qualifying for this particular event begins in September of the previous year. It’s a huge commitment! Dwayne’s first Boston Marathon was in 2008 and since then […]
Triangle Mud Run for Families Have you ever considered doing a Mud Run? They do seem a little bit crazy. However, if you have kids (who are naturally dirty anyway) and you like the idea of fitness… and you want to do something that’s family-friendly with fantastic photo opportunities the Big Muddy Challenge is worth thinking about. It’s […]
Get ready, the housing market is going to go through a big change. That change is multigenerational living and it is booming all over the country, including in the greater Raleigh real estate market. In the real estate industry, multigenerational housing refers two or more generations living under the same roof. The concept is not new, […]
Supporting the American Red Cross in Raleigh, NC American Red Cross Annual Ball on April 18th At Linda Craft & Team Realtors, one of the things we are most passionate about is building up our local communities, the communities we sell houses in, through charitable engagement with those in need. One of the ways we […]
Relocating is Moving x10 Anyone who has ever moved knows that it is a physically, emotionally, and mentally exhausting process – whether it’s next door, or cross country. When you add the start of a new job, leaving behind friends and family, changing schools, and meeting new people, you can see why relocation is #3 […]
What’s New in the Triangle Real Estate Market Home ownership is the American Dream! A home provides shelter, safety, and an investment that forces savings and increases in value over time – allowing you to build personal wealth. Knowing how important a good real estate investment can be to your future, let’s take a look […]
We are very sorry for your loss and have walked in your shoes with many losses in our families too. It’s not easy.
We all know logically that we are all born to die and even if we believe our loved one has gone to a better place, it is still so hard to say goodbye.
When real estate is involved, it requires a business transaction during a time of grief, which makes it even harder.
We want our Triangle area friends, family, and fans to be safe this season! To enjoy a wonderful holiday season, and to prevent injuries from Christmas trees, lights, and other holiday decorations, follow these holiday safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics. 1. Purchase a Fire Resistant or Fresh Tree Buying the right Christmas tree is the first […]
Congratulations! You are having a baby! How exciting this life-changing event will be. When you become a mom and dad, your priorities change drastically. Where you live and how you live will have new meaning and higher importance. Let’s help you plan ahead by looking at some of the reasons people sell and move when […]
When two people fall in love and decide to get married, where they are going to live together becomes a top priority. Often, both have primary residences which are two small to blend households into one. Even if one home is large enough to accommodate both spouses’ belongings, what was right for each when single, […]