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Sell My House in North Carolina | Access: An Important Factor in Getting Your House SOLD!

5/15/2018

 

Sell My House in North Carolina | Access: An Important Factor in Getting Your House SOLD!

 

Most real estate brokers and agents don't really have all the tools needed to provide 100% selling services to sellers that need to sell their houses  quick, for cash and at a fair price.   

This is why we have integrated fully with all the data on the MLS and became a real estate source to thousands of investors in the Piedmont Triad North Carolina region.   

In order for most consumers to take advantage of the competition between these investors, we've created the perfect system. If you are in the market to sell you home and you are in need for a fair offer  right away... you've come to the right place.   

We can provide customized innovation towards all  your real estate needs if you are a home seller. 

 

Today, I would like to talk to you about  Access: An Important Factor in Getting Your House SOLD!

 

So, you’ve decided to sell your house. You’ve hired a real estate professional to help you through the entire process, and they have asked you what level of access you want to provide to your potential buyers.

There are four elements to a quality listing. At the top of the list is Access, followed by Condition, Financing, and Price. There are many levels of access that you can provide to your agent so that he or she can show your home.

Here are five levels of access that you can give to buyers, along with a brief description:

 

 1.- Lockbox on the Door – this allows buyers the ability to see the home as soon as they are aware of the listing, or at their       convenience.

 2.-Providing a Key to the Home – although the buyer’s agent may need to stop by an office to pick up the key, there is little      delay in being able to show the home.

 3.-Open Access with a Phone Call – the seller allows showings with just a phone call’s notice.

 4.-By Appointment Only (example: 48-Hour Notice) – Many buyers who are relocating for a new career or promotion start      working in that area prior to purchasing their home. They often like to take advantage of free time during business hours     (such as their lunch break) to view potential homes. Because of this, they may not be able to plan their availability far in     advance or may be unable to wait 48 hours to see the house.

 5.-Limited Access (example: the home is only available on Mondays or Tuesdays at 2pm or for only a couple of hours a day) –      This is the most difficult way to be able to show your house to potential buyers.

 

With May proving to be the best month to sell your home, access can make or break your ability to get the price you are looking for, or even sell your house at all.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Greensboro North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

 

Oak Ridge North Carolina | Homeownership: “A Man Is Not a Complete Man, Unless He Owns a House”

5/15/2018

 

Oak Ridge North Carolina | Homeownership: “A Man Is Not a Complete Man, Unless He Owns a House”

 

If you are looking to buy a home in Oak Ridge North Carolina. As a real estate agent, I want to be prepared to ensure that you are given the best buying experience with knowledge and expertise to guide you along the way. One of the methods I use is to research the current inventory almost on a daily basis, I want to know where are the best deals for my clients when it comes to purchasing a brand new home in the Oak Ridge NC area.  

 

Today, I would like to talk about Homeownership: “A Man Is Not a Complete Man, Unless He Owns a House”

 

The famous quote by Walt Whitman, “A man is not a whole and complete man, unless he owns a house and the ground it stands on,” can be used to describe homeownership in America today. The Census revealed that the percentage of homeowners in America has been steadily climbing back up since hitting a 50-year low in 2016. The homeownership rate in the first quarter of 2018 was 64.2%, higher than last year's 63.6%.

Chief Economist, Dr. Ralph McLaughlin, in his VUE Blog gave these new homeownership numbers some context:

“The trend is clear: the homeownership rate has been ticking up for five consecutive quarters, and the number of new renter households has fallen for four consecutive quarters. Owner-occupied households grew by 1.345 million from a year ago, while the number of renters actually fell by 286,000 households.

The fact that we now have four consecutive quarters where owner households increased while renter households fell is a strong sign households are making a switch from renting to buying. This is a trend that multifamily builders, investors, and landlords should take note of.”

In a separate article comparing the rental population in America to the homeowner population, Realtor.com also concluded that the gap is now shrinking:

“The U.S. added 1.3 million owner households over the last year and lost 286,000 renter households, the fourth consecutive quarter in which the number of renter households declined from the same quarter a year earlier. That could pose challenges for apartment landlords, who are bracing this year for one of the largest infusions of new rental supply in three decades.”

America's belief in homeownership was also evidenced in a survey conducted by Pew Research. They asked consumers “How important is homeownership to achieving the American Dream?”

The results:

 

 * 43% said homeownership was essential to the American Dream

 * 48% said homeownership was important to the American Dream

 * Only 9% said it was not important

 

Bottom Line

Homeownership has been, is, and always will be a crucial part of the American Dream.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Oak Ridge North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

 

Oak Ridge North Carolina | Tips for Making Your Dream of Owning a Home a Reality [INFOGRAPHIC]

5/15/2018

 

Oak Ridge North Carolina|  Tips for Making Your Dream of Owning a Home a Reality [INFOGRAPHIC]

 

If you are looking to buy a home in Oak Ridge North Carolina. As a real estate agent, I want to be prepared to ensure that you are given the best buying experience with knowledge and expertise to guide you along the way. One of the methods I use is to research the current inventory almost on a daily basis, I want to know where are the best deals for my clients when it comes to purchasing a brand new home in the Oak Ridge NC area.  

Today, I would like to talk to you about  Tips for Making Your Dream of Owning a Home a Realit

 

Some Highlights:

 * Setting up an automatic savings plan that saves a small amount of every check is one of the best ways to save without thinking much    about it.

 * Living within a budget right now will help you save money for down payments while also paying down other debts that might be     holding you back.

 * What are you willing to cut back on to make your dreams of homeownership a reality?

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Oak Ridge North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

  

Greensboro North Carolina | 5 Ways Tax Reform Has Impacted the 2018 Housing Market

5/15/2018

 

Greensboro North Carolina | 5 Ways Tax Reform Has Impacted the 2018 Housing Market

 

At a local level in Greensboro North Carolina, buyer confidence remains strong with some changes that varies on the price level and what type of houses they are looking for.     

Particularly in and around Greensboro 27455 zip code. The addition of new store and business entities in the area makes Elm St one of the most busiest areas in Greensboro NC.      

As you are aware, for most families, choosing a new home is the biggest financial decision they will ever make and for that reason, there are many complicated decisions involved in choosing your new home.   

Today I would like to talk to you about  5 Ways Tax Reform Has Impacted the 2018 Housing Market

 

Starting late last year, some predicted that the 2018 tax changes would cripple the housing market. Headlines warned of the potential for double-digit price depreciation and suggested that buyer demand could drop like a rock. There was even sentiment that homeownership could lose its coveted status as a major component of the American Dream. 

Now that the first quarter numbers are in, we can begin to decipher the actual that impact tax reform has had on the real estate market.

 

1. Has tax reform killed off home buyer demand? The answer is “NO.”

According to the Showing Time Index which “tracks the average number of buyer showings on active residential properties on a monthly basis” and is a “highly reliable leading indicator of current and future demand trends,” buyer demand has increased each month over the last three months and is HIGHER than it was for the same months last year. Buyer demand is not down. It is up.

 

2. Have the tax changes affected America’s belief in real estate as a long-term investment? The answer is “NO.”

Two weeks ago, Gallup released its annual survey which asks Americans which asset they believed to be the best long-term investment. The survey revealed:

“More Americans name real estate over several other vehicles for growing wealth as the best long-term investment for the fifth year in a row. Just over a third cite real estate for this, while roughly a quarter name stocks or mutual funds.” 

The survey also showed that the percentage of Americans who believe real estate is the best long-term investment was unchanged from a year ago.

 

3. Has the homeownership rate been negatively impacted by the tax changes? The answer is “NO.”

Not only did the homeownership rate not crash, it increased when compared to the first quarter of last year according to data released by the Census Bureau.

In her latest “Z Report,” Ivy Zelman explains that tax reform didn’t hurt the homeownership rate, but instead, enhanced it:

“We have been of the opinion that homeownership is most highly correlated with income and the net effect of tax reform would be a positive, rather than negative catalyst for the homeownership rate. While still in the early innings of tax changes, this has proven to be the case.”

 

4. Has the upper-end market been crushed by new State and Local Taxes (SALT) limitations? The answer is “NO.”

In the National Association of Realtors latest Existing Home Sales Report it was revealed that:

 

 * Sales between $500,000 and $750,000 were up 4.5% year-over-year

 * Sales between $750,000 and $1M were up 15.1% year-over-year

 * Sales over $1M were up 17.3% year-over-year

 

5. Will the reforms in the tax code cause home prices to tumble over the next twelve months? The answer is “NO.”

According to CoreLogic’s latest Home Price Insights Report, home prices will appreciate in each of the 50 states over the next twelve months. Appreciation is projected to be anywhere from 1.9% to 10.3% with the national average being 4.7%.

 

Bottom Line

The doomsday scenarios that some predicted based on tax reform fears seem to have already blown over based on the early housing industry numbers being reported.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Greensboro North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

 

Sell My House in North Carolina| Real Estate Tops Best Investment Poll for 5th Year Running

5/15/2018

 

Sell My House in North Carolina| Real Estate Tops Best Investment Poll for 5th Year Running

 

Most real estate brokers and agents don't really have all the tools needed to provide 100% selling services to sellers that need to sell their houses  quick, for cash and at a fair price.   

This is why we have integrated fully with all the data on the MLS and became a real estate source to thousands of investors in the Piedmont Triad North Carolina region.   

In order for most consumers to take advantage of the competition between these investors, we've created the perfect system. If you are in the market to sell you home and you are in need for a fair offer  right away... you've come to the right place.   

We can provide customized innovation towards all  your real estate needs if you are a home seller. 

Today, I would like to talk to you about  Real Estate Tops Best Investment Poll for 5th Year Running

 

Every year, Gallup surveys Americans to determine their choice for the best long-term investment. Respondents are given a choice between real estate, stocks/mutual funds, gold, savings accounts/CDs, or bonds.

 

For the fifth year in a row, real estate has come out on top as the best long-term investment!

This year's results showed that 34% of Americans chose real estate, followed by stocks at 26%. The full results are shown in the chart below.

The study makes it a point to draw attention to the contrast in the sentiment over the last five years compared to that of 2011-2012, when gold took the top slot with 34% of the votes. Real estate and stocks took second and third place, respectively, while still in recovery from the Great Recession.

 

Bottom Line

As the real estate market has recovered, so has the belief of the American people in the stability of housing as a long-term investment.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Greensboro North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

 

Summerfield North Carolina | Home Inspections: What to Expect

5/15/2018

 

Summerfield North Carolina | Home Inspections: What to Expect

 

At a local level in Summerfield North Carolina, buyer confidence remains strong with some changes that varies on the price level and what type of houses they are looking for.     

Particularly in and around Summerfield 27358 zip code. The addition of new store and business entities in the area makes Summerfield one of the most busiest areas in Greensboro NC.      

As you are aware, for most families, choosing a new home is the biggest financial decision they will ever make and for that reason, there are many complicated decisions involved in choosing your new home.   

Today, I would like to talk about Home Inspections: What to Expect

 

So you made an offer, it was accepted, and now your next task is to have the home inspected prior to closing. Oftentimes, agents make your offer contingent on a clean home inspection.

This contingency allows you to renegotiate the price you paid for the home, ask the sellers to cover repairs, or even, in some cases, walk away. Your agent can advise you on the best course of action once the report is filed.

 

How to Choose an Inspector

Your agent will most likely have a short list of inspectors that they have worked with in the past that they can recommend to you. HGTV recommends that you consider the following 5 areas when choosing the right home inspector for you:

 

 1.- Qualifications – find out what's included in your inspection and if the age or location of your home may warrant specific        certifications or specialties.

 2.- Sample Reports – ask for a sample inspection report so you can review how thoroughly they will be inspecting your dream home.        The more detailed the report, the better in most cases.

 3.- References – do your homework – ask for phone numbers and names of past clients who you can call to ask about their        experiences.

 4.- Memberships – Not all inspectors belong to a national or state association of home inspectors, and membership in one of these       groups should not be the only way to evaluate your choice. Membership in one of these organizations often means that continued       training and education are provided.

 5.- Errors & Omission Insurance – Find out what the liability of the inspector or inspection company is once the inspection is over. The       inspector is only human after all, and it is possible that they might miss something they should have seen.

 

Ask your inspector if it's okay for you to tag along during the inspection, that way they can point out anything that should be addressed or fixed.

Don't be surprised to see your inspector climbing on the roof or crawling around in the attic and on the floors. The job of the inspector is to protect your investment and find any issues with the home, including but not limited to: the roof, plumbing, electrical components, appliances, heating & air conditioning systems, ventilation, windows, the fireplace and chimney, the foundation, and so much more!

 

Bottom Line

They say ‘ignorance is bliss,’ but not when investing your hard-earned money into a home of your own. Work with a professional who you can trust to give you the most information possible about your new home so that you can make the most educated decision about your purchase.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

If you have any questions about Summerfield NC, the schools, the amenities or the surrounding community, don’t hesitate to call on us at 336-750-6453 We will be happy to help you. We specialize in Summerfield and our agents also live here.

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

Or send us an email to: mike@forsalegreensboro.com

Thinking of selling your home? Let Mike take over the marketing of your property with our unique 99 STEPS system 

 

Oak Ridge North Carolina | What If I Wait Until Next Year to Buy a Home?

5/15/2018

 

Oak Ridge North Carolina | What If I Wait Until Next Year to Buy a Home?

 

If you are looking to buy a home in Oak Ridge North Carolina. As a real estate agent, I want to be prepared to ensure that you are given the best buying experience with knowledge and expertise to guide you along the way. One of the methods I use is to research the current inventory almost on a daily basis, I want to know where are the best deals for my clients when it comes to purchasing a brand new home in the Oak Ridge NC area.   

Today, I would like to talk to you about  What If I Wait Until Next Year to Buy a Home?

 

We recently shared that national home prices have increased by 6.7% year-over-year. Over that same time period, interest rates have remained historically low which has allowed many buyers to enter the market.

As a seller, you will likely be most concerned about ‘short-term price’ – where home values are headed over the next six months. As a buyer, however, you must not be concerned about price, but instead about the ‘long-term cost’ of the home.

The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA), Freddie Mac, and Fannie Mae all project that mortgage interest rates will increase by this time next year. According to CoreLogic’s most recent Home Price Index Report, home prices will appreciate by 5.2% over the next 12 months.

 

What Does This Mean as a Buyer?

If home prices appreciate by 5.2% over the next twelve months as predicted by CoreLogic, here is a simple demonstration of the impact that an increase in interest rate would have on the mortgage payment of a home selling for approximately $250,000 today:

Bottom Line

If buying a home is in your plan for this year, doing it sooner rather than later could save you thousands of dollars over the terms of your loan.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Oak Ridge North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

Summerfield North Carolina | 50% of Homes Sold in 30 Days in March [INFOGRAPHIC]

5/15/2018

 

Summerfield North Carolina | 50% of Homes Sold in 30 Days in March [INFOGRAPHIC]

 

At a local level in Summerfield North Carolina, buyer confidence remains strong with some changes that varies on the price level and what type of houses they are looking for.     

Particularly in and around Summerfield 27358 zip code. The addition of new store and business entities in the area makes Summerfield one of the most busiest areas in Greensboro NC.      

As you are aware, for most families, choosing a new home is the biggest financial decision they will ever make and for that reason, there are many complicated decisions involved in choosing your new home.   

   

Today I would like to talk to you about  50% of Homes Sold in 30 Days in March

 

Some Highlights:

 * The National Association of REALTORS® recently surveyed their members for their Confidence Index.

 * The REALTORS® Confidence Index is a key indicator of housing market strength based on a monthly survey sent to over 50,000 real     estate practitioners. Practitioners are asked about their expectations for home sales, prices and market conditions.

 * Homes sold in less than 60 days in 35 out of 50 states and Washington D.C.

 * Homes typically went under contract in 30 days in March!

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

If you have any questions about Summerfield NC, the schools, the amenities or the surrounding community, don’t hesitate to call on us at 336-750-6453 We will be happy to help you. We specialize in Summerfield and our agents also live here.

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

Or send us an email to: mike@forsalegreensboro.com

Thinking of selling your home? Let Mike take over the marketing of your property with our unique 99 STEPS system 

 

Sell My House in North Carolina| 4 Reasons Why Today’s Housing Market is NOT 2006 All Over Again

5/15/2018

 

Sell My House in North Carolina| 4 Reasons Why Today’s Housing Market is NOT 2006 All Over Again

 

Most real estate brokers and agents don't really have all the tools needed to provide 100% selling services to sellers that need to sell their houses  quick, for cash and at a fair price.   

This is why we have integrated fully with all the data on the MLS and became a real estate source to thousands of investors in the Piedmont Triad North Carolina region.   

In order for most consumers to take advantage of the competition between these investors, we've created the perfect system. If you are in the market to sell you home and you are in need for a fair offer  right away... you've come to the right place.   

We can provide customized innovation towards all  your real estate needs if you are a home seller.  

Today, I would like to talk to you about  4 Reasons Why Today’s Housing Market is NOT 2006 All Over Again

 

With home prices rising again this year, some are concerned that we may be repeating the 2006 housing bubble that caused families so much pain when it collapsed. Today’s market is quite different than the bubble market of twelve years ago. There are four key metrics that explain why:

 

 1 .- Home Prices

 2 .- Mortgage Standards

 3 .- Mortgage Debt

 4 .- Housing Affordability

 

1. HOME PRICES

There is no doubt that home prices have reached 2006 levels in many markets across the country. However, after more than a decade, home prices should be much higher based on inflation alone.

Frank Nothaft is the Chief Economist for CoreLogic (which compiles some of the best data on past, current, and future home prices). Nothaft recently explained:

“Even though CoreLogic’s national home price index got to the same level it was at the prior peak in April of 2006, once you account for inflation over the ensuing 11.5 years, values are still about 18% below where they were.” (emphasis added)

 

2. MORTGAGE STANDARDS

Some are concerned that banks are once again easing lending standards to a level similar to the one that helped create the last housing bubble. However, there is proof that today’s standards are nowhere near as lenient as they were leading up to the crash.

The Urban Institute’s Housing Finance Policy Center issues a Housing Credit Availability Index (HCAI). According to the Urban Institute:

“The HCAI measures the percentage of home purchase loans that are likely to default—that is, go unpaid for more than 90 days past their due date. A lower HCAI indicates that lenders are unwilling to tolerate defaults and are imposing tighter lending standards, making it harder to get a loan. A higher HCAI indicates that lenders are willing to tolerate defaults and are taking more risks, making it easier to get a loan.”

The graph below reveals that standards today are much tighter on a borrower’s credit situation and have all but eliminated the riskiest loan products.

3. MORTGAGE DEBT

Back in 2006, many homeowners mistakenly used their homes as ATMs by withdrawing their equity and spending it with no concern for the ramifications. They overloaded themselves with mortgage debt that they couldn’t (or wouldn’t) repay when prices crashed. That is not occurring today.

The best indicator of mortgage debt is the Federal Reserve Board’s household Debt Service Ratio for mortgages, which calculates mortgage debt as a percentage of disposable personal income.

At the height of the bubble market a decade ago, the ratio stood at 7.21%. That meant over 7% of disposable personal income was being spent on mortgage payments. Today, the ratio stands at 4.48% – the lowest level in 38 years!

 

4. HOUSING AFFORDABILITY

With both house prices and mortgage rates on the rise, there is concern that many buyers may no longer be able to afford a home. However, when we look at the Housing Affordability Index released by the National Association of Realtors, homes are more affordable now than at any other time since 1985 (except for when prices crashed after the bubble popped in 2008).

Bottom Line

After using four key housing metrics to compare today to 2006, we can see that the current market is not anything like the bubble market.

 

Source.. forsalegreensboro.com

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Greensboro North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

 

 

 

Greensboro North Carolina | This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home

5/15/2018

 

Greensboro North Carolina | This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home

 

At a local level in Greensboro North Carolina, buyer confidence remains strong with some changes that varies on the price level and what type of houses they are looking for.     

Particularly in and around Greensboro 27455 zip code. The addition of new store and business entities in the area makes Elm St one of the most busiest areas in Greensboro NC.      

As you are aware, for most families, choosing a new home is the biggest financial decision they will ever make and for that reason, there are many complicated decisions involved in choosing your new home.   

 

Today, I would like to talk about This Just In: Data Says May is the Best Month to Sell Your Home

 

According to a newly released study by ATTOM Data Solutions, selling your home in the month of May will net you an average of 5.9% above estimated market value for your home.

For the study, ATTOM performed an “analysis of 14.7 million home sales from 2011 to 2017” and found the average seller premium achieved for each month of the year. Below is a breakdown by month:

ATTOM even went a step further and broke their results down by day.

 

Top 5 Days to Sell:

 

 * June 28th – 9.1% above market

 * February 15th – 9.0% above market

 * May 31st – 8.3% above market

 * May 29th – 8.2% above market

 * June 21st – 8.1% above market

 

It should come as no surprise that May and June dominate as the top months to sell and that 4 of the top 5 days to sell fall in those two months. The second quarter of the year (April, May, June) is referred to as the Spring Buyers Season, when competition is fierce to find a dream home, which often leads to bidding wars.

One caveat to mention though, is that when broken down by metro, ATTOM noticed that while warmer climates share in the overall trend, it turns out that they have different top months for sales. The best month to get the highest price in Miami, FL, for instance, was January, and Phoenix, AZ came in with November leading the charge.

If you’re thinking of selling your home this year, the time to list is NOW! According to the National Association of Realtors, homes sold in an average of just 30 days last month! If you list now, you’ll have a really good chance to sell in May or June, setting yourself up for getting the best price!

 

Bottom Line

Let’s get together to discuss the market conditions in our area and get you the most exposure to the buyers who are ready and willing to buy!

 

To protect your interests and assure that you make the best possible decisions,  

it's important that you have a knowledgeable agent on your side who is an expert in the local real estate market.  

We are dedicated to keeping you on top of our local market. Rest assured that we will provide you with a well-informed,  

and the most updated strategic view for your home purchase in Greensboro North Carolina  

To reach us, please call 336-750-6453

or send us an email  mike@forsalegreensboro.com

 

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