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Monthly Archives: November 2020

    5 Tips for Homebuyers Who Want to Make a Competitive Offer

    By KCM Crew | November 30, 2020

    Today’s real estate market has high buyer interest and low housing inventory. With so many buyers competing for a limited number of homes, it’s more important than ever to know the ins and outs of making a confident and competitive offer. Here are five keys to success for this important stage in the homebuying process. […] Read More

    Key Terms to Know in the Homebuying Process [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By KCM Crew | November 27, 2020

    Some Highlights Buying a home can be intimidating if you’re not familiar with the terms used throughout the process. To point you in the right direction, here’s a list of some of the most common language you’ll hear along the way. The best way to en... Read More

    It Pays to Sell with a Real Estate Agent [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By KCM Crew | November 20, 2020

    Some Highlights Today, it’s more important than ever to have an expert you trust to guide you as you sell your house. From your safety throughout the process to the complexity of negotiating the deal, you need a professional on your side. Before you... Read More

    Homes for Sale Are Rapidly Disappearing

    By KCM Crew | November 17, 2020

    Through all the challenges of 2020, the real estate market has done very well, and purchasers are continuing to take advantage of historically low mortgage rates. Realtor Magazine just explained: “While winter may be typically a slow season in real estate, economists predict it isn’t likely to happen this year…Low inventories combined with high demand […] Read More

    Tips to Sell Your House Safely Right Now [INFOGRAPHIC]

    By KCM Crew | November 13, 2020

    Some Highlights Your agent now has over 6 months of experience selling houses during the pandemic and can make the process easier and safer for you today. COVID-19 protocols and technology usage recommendations from the National Association of Realt... Read More

    Meet Terry Robert-Jackson | RE/MAX Essential in Wilmington NC

    By RE/MAX Essential | November 12, 2020

    Get to know Terry Roberts-Jackson.   Terry has been successfully selling real estate since 2002. She has the tools, the experience and the know-how to go from For Sale to Sold. Prior to real estate, she spent 13 years as a registered nurse so she is an expert at helping others. Terry enjoys working with... Read More

    Homeownership Is a Key to Building Wealth

    By KCM Crew | November 10, 2020

    For years, real estate has been considered the best investment you can make. A major reason for this is due to the net worth a household gains through homeownership. In fact, according to the 2019 Survey of Consumer Finance Data from the Federal Reserve, for the average homeowner: “…a primary home accounts for 90% of […] Read More

    Is it Safe to Sell My House Right Now?

    By KCM Crew | November 9, 2020

    In today’s real estate market, the buzz is all about how it’s a great time to sell your house. Buyer demand is high, and there simply aren’t enough homes available to buy to meet that growing need. This means now is the time to make a move so you can close the deal on your […] Read More

    Pecan Grove Plantation – Hampstead, NC

    By RE/MAX Essential | November 6, 2020

    Welcome to Pecan Grove Plantation! Have you ever dreamed of living by the ICWW at an affordable price? Pecan Grove Plantation is your next stop! Pecan Grove is a wonderful gated community that offers a taste of coastal living and luxury. This gated community offers water way access, community pier, pool, tennis courts, clubhouse, playground, fitness center and billiards... Read More

    Real Estate Is a Driving Force in the Economy

    By KCM Crew | November 4, 2020

    As the economy recovers from this year’s health crisis, the housing market is playing a leading role in the turnaround. It’s safe to say that what we call “home” is taking on a new meaning, causing many of us to consider buying or selling sooner rather than later. Housing, therefore, has thrived in an otherwise […] Read More