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General Area in Chapel Hill : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Mar 7, 2016
Rcolt2 asked:
Mon Jan 19, 2015
Svetlana Kozlovskaia answered:
Mon Mar 5, 2012
Barrett Powell answered:
More than just RTP expansion. My team and I were involved in many of the land transactions that created this development. What do you want to know?
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Mon Apr 11, 2011
Bill Eckler answered:

Every location has some sort of natural issue with which residents must have an awareness. hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, earth quakes, drout, fires, mudslides, severe cold, lightning, and the list goes on and on......rendering the perfect location.......endangered!

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Tue Apr 27, 2010
Deborah Miller answered:
Bronxflash - If you are wanting this information in order to purchase property the buyer's agent that you select to assist you should be willing to pull together information that gives you economic history as you are requesting. I do suggest so that you do not end up with mounds of data to actually have them pull stats on the type of property that will fit your needs taking into consideration style of home and size as well as location that fits your needs. You would not want to compare home in Orange County in the town of Cedar Grove where I have a listing with a home within 10 minutes of UNC even though both show up as Orange County.

If I can assist you further please let me know.

Deborah Rigsbee Miller, Real Estate Broker/REALTOR/Eco-Broker
Coldwell Banker HPW
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Mon Mar 15, 2010
Local home buyer answered:
Hi Michelle,
I would recommend you look into Carrboro - it is a little longer, but you can ride a bike to campus on the bike lanes (it is also fairly flat). Carrboro is a bit "older" than the area around campus, and it has a good nightife with great restaurants, cafes and bars that you can walk to in minutes. That and the bakery at Weaver Street.
I've lived at both Roberson Place and Cedar Court condos - I would highly recommend either one, depending on your budget.
For both, you can find adds on Craigslist or search on google - they are individually owned so there isn't a single leasing company to contact.
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Fri Nov 6, 2009
Richard Grassby answered:
The roaches are controllable. Ticks and poison ivy are a different matter.
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Tue Aug 25, 2009
Clarence Lupton answered:
There are rental homes in Meadowmont and the Rashkis Elementary school is locate in the community. The middle school is Culbreth and high school is East Chapel Hill. All four rental properties are in this school district. Contact me for more information.

Clarence Lupton
Meadowmont Realty 919-929-5010
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Thu May 28, 2009
Richard Grassby answered:
You might look at (click on north carolina and then chapel hill) for useful feedback on many apartments from former and present tenants. Chapel Hill has many rental properties (being a College town) but price usually (though not invariably) reflects quality and you should definitely inspect in person any apartment before committing yourself to a rental. Chapel Hill and Carrboro are relatively small towns with a free bus service to many (though not all) areas so you do not have to live in the more expensive centers. ... more
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Fri Mar 27, 2009
Richard Grassby answered:
To obtain more feedback on living conditions in particular apartment complexes you can go to and then click on north carolina and chapel hill. It is best to personally inspect any apartment before you commit yourself. The choice is broad and pricing usually (but not always) reflects quality. Chapel Hill and Carrboro occupy a relatively small geographical area and with the free bus service (better for some areas than for others) you do not have to live in the more expensive centers. ... more
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