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By Bud & Beth McKinney, Cary/Raleigh/Apex NC - The Team That Cares, RE/MAX United
tagged: Bond Park, Entertainment, featured, food Things to do in Cary by the Cary Concierge…Pig Pickin in the Park Posted by The Cary Concierge in Cary NC, Events, Food, Uncategorized, Volunteer Activities After you have finished hanging out at Cary Dog Days on June 2nd, stick around, because Bond Park has even more to offer! The Cary-Kildaire Rotary is going to be pig pickin’ in the park starting at 4:30 pm. Join us for delicious food, live music, clowns and amazing door prizes. Advanced tickets are $6 per plate and $9 on the day of the event. If you are looking to sponsoring opportunities, then please call the number below for more information. Since 1986 this fundraiser has been helping to fund over $200,000 in scholarships for our our community. Please come out and help us make thi...
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By Craig Rutman, Raleigh, Cary, Apex area Realtor
(Helping people in transition)
It's OK to Educate Yourself. But Unless You Buy and Sell Real Estate for a Living, It's Best to Work With a Professional. So you're ready to buy a new home. Or maybe you're ready to sell your present home. Whichever the case, if you don't buy and sell Real Estate for a living, or you stayed at a Holiday Inn Express last night, it's probably best to hire a professional. I'm all about do-it-yourself for small projects, but a home is most likely the biggest investment you'll ever have. Why take a chance on making a mistake? If you're in the Raleigh/ Cary/ Apex area of North Carolina, give me a call. Because all the education in the world is helpful. But if you don't do this every day, the chance for error is too great to take. And making a mistake in Real Estate can be VERY costly. About T...
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By Barbara Green, Cary Raleigh Relocation Specialist, Client Advocate
(Keller Williams, Cary NC)
I sat down this morning and completed a market analysis for a client.  This is a lovely couple that bought a beautiful townhome in Cary, NC five years ago.  They paid a fair price, and have wonderful upgrades.  Once I looked at the numbers however, I felt like I was in an "I Love Lucy Show".  I thought, "I've got some explaining to do!"  I was going to recommend they list $35,000 below what they paid.  How can this be? While most properties in Cary have maintained their value, there is now a large supply of new townhomes on the market.  As a result, overall prices have dropped for resales, and new construction is priced to sell at lower prices than several years ago. Builders caught on to the need for upscale, low maintenance, affordable homes.  Home buyers can search for homes in Cary ...
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By Barbara Green, Cary Raleigh Relocation Specialist, Client Advocate
(Keller Williams, Cary NC)
Lease / Option In Cary NC where we expect our real estate market to rebound sooner than other parts of the county, a lease-to-own plan can be an ideal solution for both sellers and buyers.  From a seller's perspective, it can tie in a buyer for a property that may not otherwise sell now.  For a buyer, it can lock in today's rock bottom prices, yet the buyer does not need to obtain financing for a period of time.  Here's how it works:  A lease-option is a simple lease agreement where the buyer/tenant pays rent to live in a property for period of time.  The difference is there is an "option" to buy the property at a certain price and within a given timeframe.  The option is a deposit that the buyer/tenant pays to lock in price and other terms in exchange for the future purchase of the pr...
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