HUD has just published the 2013 Area Median Income limits and the 2013 Fair Market Rents for use in Raleigh – Cary MSA. You may be asking yourself “why should I care about HUD Median Income Limits”? If your plans to move to Raleigh or Cary include buying, selling or simply renting a home (and by “home” I also mean an apartment) in the Raleigh – Cary Metropolitan Statistical Areas (MSA) this shouldbe very important to you.That is why I’m filing this post under the category of “SAQ” or what I like to call “Should Ask Questions”. Continue reading HUD Predicts Some Rents increased by as much as 25% in Raleigh – Cary MSA 2013→
According to the statistics recorded in the Triangle Multiple Listing Service there’s good news and there’s really bad news for the Raleigh Real Estate Market. I prefer the bad news first because it always make the good news sound just a little bit better so here’s the bad news;
Median & Average Sales Price Declines in Raleigh by double digits
After living in Raleigh for many years, it is no surprise to me that Raleigh and surrounding Triangle area cities continually take the top spots on this Forbes magazine list year after year.
While most American cities would revel at being named No. 3, Raleigh is back in the number one slot as the best place in America to do business and that’s right where we want to stay! Why not head down to the Raleigh Clarion for a few weeks and see what all the fuss is about. There’s plenty of emerging markets, and you’ll find a job in no time. With opportunities left, right and centre, now is a good time to move to the city; check out raleigh home builders to see what your next home could be. Continue reading Once again Forbes names Raleigh #1 Place for Business!→
Recently the word Republican, like “Banker” has been used interchangeably to disparage and slander (and is often incorrect) my business but what made this stand out to me was how he said it. It was almost as if it was a disparaging remark and he was sorry for having used it!
dults making over $60,000 annually are more confident in a home as the best investment for a family than those earning less than $60,000 and 52% of investors say buying a home is the best investment a family can make.