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1,000th home- We love all of you

Posted by realistiQ Support on November 13, 2019 in No Category
Today was one of those big & exciting kind of days for us!! We celebrated our 4th birthday last week and today we closed our 1,000th home!!! Thank you for following us along in our adventures. In 4 years we have won some cool awards, ended up on the Triangle Business Journal’s Top 25 Real Estate companies list a couple of times, had 2 swarms, we have harvested and given away 160 pounds of honey, and killed a few orchids. The best part has been all the new friends we have made along the way and the laughs ... read more
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Dreaming of Living in a New Place?

Here’s How to Make It a Reality
Posted by realistiQ Support on November 14, 2019 in No Category
Even if you love your home, there’s a chance it isn’t in your ideal place to live. But the space between fantasizing about your dream location and actually moving there is potentially miles and thousands of dollars apart. Just over a quarter (26%) of Americans aren’t living in their ideal location type — whether that’s a city, suburb, small town or rural area — according to a new survey from NerdWallet. There are many reasons people live where they do — better school d... read more
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Fair Housing - NCREC

Questions and Answers on Fair Housing Laws
Posted by Rebecca Williams on December 29, 2019 in No Category
I am here to help you buy and sell real estate, but also like to share great information that relates to those actions.  Today I chose to highlight Fair Housing.  The purpose of the fair housing laws is to protect a person’s right to own, sell, purchase, or rent housing of his or her choice without fear of unlawful discrimination. The fair housing laws are intended to allow everyone equal access to housing. State and Federal fair housing laws prohibit discrimination in the housing market on the... read more
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How to Buy a House Without Help From Your Family

Posted by realistiQ Support on November 14, 2019 in No Category
On the highway to homeownership, coming up with a sufficient down payment continues to be one of the biggest roadblocks. In fact, many prospective home buyers, particularly first-timers, find it hard to overcome this challenge without the kindness of loved ones. Among recent home buyers age 28 and younger (who are more likely to be first-time home buyers), 28% got down payment help from a relative or friend, according to a 2019 report from the National Association of Realtors. With home buyers ages 29 to 38, 21% re... read more
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Military Lease Termination - NCREC

Great info for Military members and those renting to them!
Posted by Rebecca Williams on December 15, 2019 in No Category
As a Veteran myself, I have had many investors and renters ask questions about different stipulations when renting to and as a military member.  I wanted to share some information on the topic for those that may be impacted.  This pamphlet focuses on questions regarding the rights of members of the Army, Navy, Air Force, National Guard, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard to terminate a lease contract under North Carolina and Federal law. While it is written primarily from the viewpoint of those individuals, it... read more
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