Are you thinking of buying, selling, investing or retiring in the North Carolina Triangle area? Are you planning to attend or teach at UNC, Duke or NC State, or have you found employment at the RTP or elsewhere and need relocation assistance? Perhaps you are seeking to enroll your child in one of our fine private schools such as Emerson Waldorf School? Or perhaps you have been hearing great things about The Tarheel State and communities such as Raleigh, Cary, Chapel Hill, Durham, Pittsboro or Hillsborough and you would like more information? The Judy Weinstock Team is prepared to help both sellers and buyers. Whether you are buying, looking for a real estate investment or needing to market and sell your property, you will need a professional REALTOR® to help you. The Judy Weinstock Team can provide you with information about the local real estate market, area demographics, mortgage rates and terms, available homes, land, condos, townhomes and farms, and information on effectively marketing your home to sell quickly at the highest price.
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It's raining real estate here! We just put a property under contract in 2 days from listing, and at above list price! Call me directly or click here to find the value of your Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill (NC Triangle) property. I look forward to speaking with you about my experience in a shiftin...
Pre-qualification by a lender is one of the first steps toward making your move a reality. Once you're pre-qualified, you'll know exactly what price range you can afford and learn about and resolve any errors on your credit report right away. Then, once you find the home you love, you will be ...
CURRENT HOMEOWNERS ARE NOW ELIGIBLE FOR A $6500 TAX CREDIT AND THE FIRST-TIME HOMEBUYERS TAX CREDIT HAS BEEN EXTENDED TO 2010! Click here to access the YouTube video explaining the HOMEOWNERS TAX CREDITS in detail. Remember a tax credit is just that... a tax credit. The benefit of a tax credit is...
First of all, appraisals are professional objective opinions of value. Appraisals are not an exact science, and appraised value is not a constant number. For buying and selling purposes, appraisals are usually based on market value, meaning "what the property could be sold for in the current ma...
In case you haven't heard, both the House of Representatives and Senate have passed legislation to extend the existing first time homebuyers $8,000 tax credit, and expanded it to NON first time homebuyers as well, but limit it to $6,500. It's expected to be signed by the President in the coming ...