Raleigh is a big city , all of those things you mentioned are not far. If you would like exact locations of specific ones let me know
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In Wakefield you can expect a range of 1,600-4,000, depending on the square footage, 2,200 sq. ft. or so up to 4,000 sq. ft.
Hope this helps.
Drees would be looking at the price against comps, and their net from the sale itself.
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A lot of it depends on location, as a rule split levels are not as popular here as in other parts of the country.
I would be happy to assess your homes value.
The tax credit only applies to primary home that you will live in. It is not intended for rental properties.
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We are starting to see some energy in our marketplace, but it is still not what is traditional for us. I have a wonderful report that overviews our market for the last 10 yea ... more
That is a very hard question, however there are area's in Raleigh,Durham, Chapel Hill and Hillsborough, that have actually not lost any value thus far. Hope Valley is the best s ... more
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