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Prudential Carolinas Realty
Here to help you buy or sell a home in the Carolinas.
Interests: Helping people buy and sell their home.
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The sales associates of Pru Carolinas/Pru YSU/Pru Yost & Little concluded their October Food Drive to benefit the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest North Carolina, Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina and the Food Bank of Central & Eastern... Continue reading
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JFK's favorite rocker came from P & P chair company in Asheboro, NC. Continue reading
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Selling your home this fall? Don't fall victim to these common mistakes made by home sellers. Continue reading
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via www.charlotteobserver.com As the winter months are fast approaching and we start to slow down for hibernation, our thoughts about what the garden will look like in the spring and summer completely evaporate. We can't bear spending a chilly 40... Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 9, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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The largest research park in the U.S. is located in the Triangle of NC. Research Triangle Park Continue reading
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As a first-time real estate buyer, you probably have no idea how the overall purchasing process works or how to make sure you’re making a smart decision to purchase. And you’ll probably be very surprised to learn how much work... Continue reading
Reblogged Nov 6, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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The very first Jack-o-Lanterns were turnips, potatoes and rutabagas; used to ward off evil spirits on All Hallows Eve. Continue reading
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We have some very exciting news to share today, an announcement that we believe will have a positive impact on our business and on our companies - Prudential Carolinas, Prudential York Simpson Underwood and Prudential Yost & Little. Our Parent... Continue reading
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Everyone loves a good festival to get you in the mood for the seasons changing and upcoming holidays. We would say, even more so in the fall than the spring. Apple cider, chilly air and decorative gourds excite your senses... Continue reading
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photo courtesy of www.absolutearts.com The North Carolina Museum of Art was the first state funded art musuem in the country. Continue reading
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A recent real estate survey reported that 27 percent of the homebuyers during the fall season are first-time homebuyers. Although spring is traditionally the peak season for real estate activity, this year’s buyer’s market should lead to a healthy spike... Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 19, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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Calabash, NC is the seafood capital of the world. Continue reading
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It’s football season again and everyone has a “perfect” way to execute their tailgate. From portable BBQ stations, AstroTurf corn-hole courts or kegerators…food always remains the top priority. That’s why our family at Pru Carolinas has turned over their most... Continue reading
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photo courtesy of jockeysridgestatepark.com Jockey's Ridge State Park located in Nags Head, NC, is the largest active sand dune on the East Coast. Continue reading
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To put a culinary-inspired twist on the classic silhouette, use cutouts of cooking utensils and appliances as the subject matter. These cutouts are backed with photocopied pages from an old cookbook, allowing them to blend easily with the kitchen's country... Continue reading
Reblogged Oct 5, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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Presidents Andrew Jackson, James K. Polk & Andrew Johnson were born in North Carolina. Continue reading
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photo courtesy of www.city-data.com Mt. Mitchell is the highest point in the eastern U.S., standing at 6,684 feet. Continue reading
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Many sellers feel that the Spring is the best time to place their home on the market as buyer demand increases at that time of year. However, the Fall and Winter have their own advantages. Here are five reasons to... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 24, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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Nearly 88% of homebuyers find their homes on the Internet, but those means of search haven’t completely replaced the fundamental piece of the real estate industry; the agents. 74% of respondents felt that it was most important than ever to... Continue reading
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The North Carolina Zoo is on 1,500 acres...one of the largest natural-habitat zoos in the U.S. Continue reading
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Fall is just around the corner. All homes require maintenance. To retain your home's best value, it's important to stay on top of projects and repairs, both large and small. Seasonal maintenance is a great way to be sure new... Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 17, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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In any industry there will always be up’s and down’s…but what most organizations in the industries don’t want to share with you during those down times are the negative facts. We are convinced that the real estate market is making... Continue reading
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photo courtesy of neesesausage.com In 1917 J.T. Neese started selling sausage in Greensboro and High Point. Now you can find Neese's Sausage throughout NC, SC and Virginia. Continue reading
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via www.inman.com Check out this list of tax tips for home sellers that the IRS recently published. Continue reading
Reblogged Sep 10, 2012 at Real Estate Insights in North Carolina
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There are three North Carolina towns that hold high ranks for our state. Southern Pines is the horse capital, Pinehurst is the golf capital and Candor is the peach capital. Continue reading