Area Real Estate News & Market Trends

You’ll find our blog to be a wealth of information, covering everything from local market statistics and home values to community happenings. That’s because we care about the community and want to help you find your place in it. Please reach out if you have any questions at all. We’d love to talk with you!

July 8, 2021

Tips & Tricks for Your First Year In Your New Home

You're elated to be a new homeowner, but know you have a lot to get used to as you transition from renting to owning. The first year in your new house could prove more challenging than you expect, so arm yourself with this survival guide checklist from our real estate experts, to prepare for inevitable homeowner hiccups!

  • Set Up All Utilities

Depending on your prior living arrangement, your landlord may have handled setting up and paying for utilities. As a homeowner, that all falls on you. Contact your local gas, electric and phone companies to set up your desired utility services. Do not forget to set up your sewer, water, recycling and trash too.

Tip: Depending on the service and provider, you could save money by bundling some services.

  • Start an Emergency Fund

Rather than wait to respond to a major or minor repair, get ahead of a potential disaster by putting money into an emergency household fund now. Even if you purchased a brand-new home, something's going to break or break down on you unexpectedly. If you incur a major repair bill, you'll be glad to have a rainy-day fund.

Tip: Make it a habit to contribute to your emergency fund regularly, preferably in an interest-bearing account.

  • Double-Check Your Address

As a homeowner, it's vital that all service providers have your proper address. If they have the wrong zip code or house number, they may shut off your electricity or water at the most inopportune time, such as while you're making dinner or taking a shower.

  • Know Where Everything Is

Do you know where to find your property's water shut-off valve? How do you shut off the gas in your home? During an emergency, you don't have time to scramble around your property in a frantic search. Shutting things off as quickly as possible may become vital to avoiding damage and minimizing expenses.

  • Consider Utility Provider Budget Plans

You do not want to experience the sticker shock that comes from getting the first water or electricity bill in your new home. When you set up your utilities, ask providers about budget plans. That way, you get an estimate of your utility usage for the entire year and break all your payments down into equal payments. Avoiding fluctuations in utility billing may go a long way in protecting your financial health the first year in your new residence.


Looking To Buy A Home? Work with Chapel Hill’s Top Team!

Chapel Hill Realty Group offers unparalleled service to ALL clients in the Chapel Hill real estate market. Whether you are considering buying a home, selling a home or both, we know this area inside and out. Call 919-740-0884 to explore your options today! 


Posted in Market Updates
June 10, 2021

Choose The Right Listing Agent To Sell Your Home

Selling your home opens up a brand-new chapter for you and your family, and the sooner you close on the deal, the faster you can get on with your big new adventure! Hiring the right listing agent can have a big impact on whether your home sells quickly and for how much.

Not quite sure how to choose the right agent? No worries. Our team of home selling experts is here to help. Here is a quick guide on what to look for in a quality agent, when it comes to selling your home and choosing the right one to list it. 


The best listing agent is usually the one who is familiar with the area and lives nearby. This increases the likelihood of the agent being able to talk up the home and all its best selling points. The listing agent might also be in a better position to answer specific questions from the buyers, such as where the closest supermarket is or whether the area is quiet at night.


How long has this listing agent been selling houses? Some agents might have had their licenses for years but did not use it or only sold houses as a side gig. Ideally, you want to work with listing agents that have made real estate their full-time careers.


How many homes has your listing agent sold in the past few years? What is the average time between listing and closing for the agent? These are just some of the performance indicators you can ask about to determine if he or she is the right fit for you.


Is the listing agent passionate about what he or she does or is he or she just in real estate to pay the bills? You can usually pick this up from the start. Sure, you could catch someone on a bad day. That's why it's important to talk to an agent more than once before choosing them.


When buyers look at homes, yours is one of several they might be considering. The more punctual your listing agent is, the higher the likelihood that they get the information in time to make a favorable decision.


Can the realtor offer you any guarantees about the listing and selling process? If he or she does not volunteer this information, ask. Always get a response in writing, so you can refer back to it if necessary.


How much can you expect to make from your sale after fees and other expenses? Of course, the realtor cannot predict how negotiations might turn out, but having a rough idea can help you plan ahead.

Work with Chapel Hill Areas Top Home Sellers 

At Chapel Hill Realty Group, we have been listing and selling homes on behalf of our clients for more than 65 years. Get to know our team and reach out to ask for more information about our listing process.Contact our team online, or call us directly at (919) 942-4149 today!

Posted in Market Updates
May 11, 2021

5 Strategies To Negotiate the Best Price When Selling Your Home

Whether you’re moving because you’ve outgrown your current home, have taken a job across the city or country, or simply ready for a change - the thought of selling your home fast can be overwhelming. Afterall, your home is a major investment and it’s important to get what you feel is fair out of the work and money you’ve put into it. 

There are different strategies you can take when it comes to negotiating the best price for your home, and it’s important your realtor takes on the best approach in your particular situation.

How do you know which is the right approach? Well, with the help of the right real estate team, and knowing various strategy options, can help you to the best of your advantage. Our team of home selling experts in The Triangle area, put together the top 5 strategies you can take, in order to improve your chances of getting the price you want for your home. Check them out below. 

1. Don't Accept the First Offer

Most prospective homebuyers expect some negotiation. Don't let fear of not selling push you into accepting an offer below what you really want. Many sellers will counter somewhere in the middle of the listing price and initial offer. This isn't the best way to get top dollar, though. 

Consider countering their first offer with your listing price or slightly less. This shows you believe your price is fair and you are confident in your ability to sell. Although there is some risk, this can get you closer to the price you actually want. 

2. Ask for a Second Offer

This is a version of countering with your listing price. Instead of making a counteroffer, simply reject the offer outright and ask the potential buyer to submit a second, more reasonable offer. This is risky, so make sure you have your home listed at an appropriate price. That way homebuyers know you have a right to be asking that price and are not trying to simply turn a high profit. 

3. Counteroffer With an Expiration Date

When you are going back and forth between offers, it is generally considered unethical to also be accepting offers from other buyers. Keep yourself from getting tied up too long in negotiating with one party by putting an expiration date on your counteroffer. Remember that the more days your home is listed, the less appealing it becomes to prospective buyers and the more advantage they will have in offering lower prices. 

4. Encourage Competition Between Buyers

Open houses are an excellent way to get multiple buyers interested simultaneously. This has the added benefit of creating fear that the house might get stolen out from under their feet by the other attendees of the open house if they don't move quickly. Buyers may offer higher numbers than they would if they thought they were the only prospective buyer, or may even accept the listing price outright. 

5. Consider Paying Closing Costs

Many sellers are now offering to pay closing costs. While this is attractive to buyers, it actually can lead to you getting a better price as buyers are willing to pay more over the course of their mortgage knowing they are getting something up front. Because closing costs require cash at purchase, this can appeal to buyers who don't have a lot of funds but can borrow more on their loans. 

Work With The Triangle’s Best! 

When it comes to your real estate agent, don’t take any chances. Work with a team that will work for you and with you - and will help you every step of the way, so that you can sell your home in a timely manner and move forward with your next home. 

The price you want for your home doesn't have to be out of reach. By following these tips and enlisting the help of Chapel Hill Realty Group, you have a strong chance of more money in your pocket with less stress on you. Contact our team online, or call us directly at (919) 942-4149 today! 


Posted in Market Updates
April 9, 2021

7 Hot Market Tips: How To Sell Your Home Fast in 2021!

With the housing market booming, 2021 is a great year to list your home for sale. No matter your reasons for selling, we’re sure that as a home seller, you want the process to be as quick and painless as possible. So, with that being said, our team is here to help! Here are the top tips you need to know to get your home listed and sold as quickly as possible. 

1. Choose Your Realtor Wisely

The agent you choose to turn to for assistance and advice during the home-selling process makes all the difference. Experienced realtors such as Chapel Hill Realty Group know the local market inside and out. They ensure your home and listing remains competitive, and they are adept at negotiating on your behalf. 

2. Tackle Quick Repairs and Improvements

Small improvements and repairs make a big impact on potential buyers. Some things to consider include:

        Refreshing walls with a new coat of paint

        Tightening faucets that leak

        Repairing door handles that are loose

        Replacing light fixtures that look old or outdated

        Switching out old cabinet hardware

3. Go Deep When it Comes to Cleaning and Decluttering

Your house will need to undergo a deep-down cleaning that leaves it sparkling. This is the perfect time to either part with clutter taking up space, or store it until you're ready to move it to a new home. Remove personal mementos and photos since these make it difficult for potential buyers to picture the space as their own.

Learn more about the top things that can turn potential buyers away here!

4. Set the Stage for Success 

Staging the house with thoughtfully placed furniture and decor showcases the home's possibilities. The appearance of each room looks best to potential buyers when adorned with attractive pieces as opposed to being completely bare or piled with clutter.

Get our top tips for staging here

5. Spring for Quality, Professional Photos

For most shoppers, the first view they'll have of your house is online. It's imperative that home photos feature great lighting and showcase the best assets. High-quality photos get buyers to step away from their computers and phones and into your home for a viewing.

6. Get the Price Right From the Start

It’s extremely important to list your home at the right price. Homes listed below or above others in the area leave buyers scratching their heads and wondering about the price. Starting too high may cause your home to languish on the market as you lower the listing price until you hit the sweet spot.

7. Keep Your Schedule Open

If you want potential buyers to visit the house and fall in love, you must remain flexible. Try not to over-limit the hours buyers can view the home. Be open to last-minute showing requests.

Sell Your Home With Chapel Hill’s Best! 

Taking the right steps along the home-selling journey makes all the difference between a house that sells quickly and one that doesn't. Prepare to list now and find out how Chapel Hill Realty Group can help make the process quick and stress-free. Contact our team online or call (919) 942-4149 today! 

Posted in Market Updates
March 16, 2021

Top 8 Things To Do in Chapel Hill This Spring

There is nothing like gorgeous Spring weather to bring us out of our Winter hibernation - especially during these pandemic times when so much time has been spent at home. Lucky for you, whether you live in Chapel Hill or are looking to buy a home here, you have the whole city and surrounding boroughs as your playground - and many can be done while distancing, shall distancing orders still be in place. 

Take advantage of all that this beloved college town has to offer all its residents and visitors by checking out our top recommended activities to entertain and delight you on a sunny Spring day!

 Hit the Streets

For shopping in little boutiques and getting a taste of local cuisine, find your way to Franklin Street. There you’ll find a mix of students and full-time residents strolling, grabbing coffee at numerous cafes, dining at the local restaurants and window shopping.

 Try Something New

Chapel Hill is proud of its diversity, and every spring, they celebrate it with the Near & Far Festival. This annual event offers attendees live music, dancing and food from the global community to expand your palate and your horizons.

 Storm the Castle

Gimghoul Castle is not for everyone, but if you appreciate a ghost story, you may want to give it a go. This unusual stone structure dates back to the 1920s, and legend has it that it’s haunted. Visit in spring when the spooky vibe may not be quite as intimidating.

 Stroll the Gardens

Chapel Hill boasts not one but two impressive gardens, the NC Botanical Gardens and Coker Arboretum. With hundreds of plants and many flowers in bloom, either site is a gardener’s paradise.

 Do a Pub Crawl

Did you know that April is NC Beer Month? Raise a glass to the end of Winter when you hit the local breweries and sample their artfully crafted beverages.

 Catch a Game

Chapel Hill is a basketball town, as you can see when you tour the Dean E. Smith Center and Carolina Basketball Museum. If the season has ended, you may want to catch a UNC soccer or baseball game and root for the Tar Heels!

 Get Some Culture

Highbrow it with a visit to Ackland Art Museum on the UNC campus, which has over 17,000 works in its collection. Another local favorite, especially with the kids, is Morehead Planetarium and Science Center.

 Take a Tour

A self-guided tour through Chapel Hill and Carrboro to see the over 30 murals is, frankly, one of the easiest ways to spend a sunny afternoon.

Make Charming Chapel Hill Your Home! 

For more suggestions to enjoy the springtime in Chapel Hill, contact Chapel Hill Realty Group. Our agents are also local experts who can help you find services and activities in addition to your new home in Chapel Hill.

Reach out to us online, or call our team directly at (919) 942-4149 today! 

Posted in Market Updates
Feb. 23, 2021

Don’t Miss Out On Your Dream Home: Why Getting Pre-Qualified Is Important

It’s not uncommon for people to buy their first home purely by chance. They begin looking to see what the market has to offer and next thing they know, they have enlisted a realtor and have started to look into serious options for buying a home. After finding the house of their dreams, they then begin the process of applying for and getting a mortgage.

While this method of house-hunting works for some people, the better approach involves a little more planning ahead - and the major step we recommend first, is getting pre-approved before you start seriously looking. By doing so, you’ll have a much more relaxed home searching and buying experience. Don’t believe us? Here are the reasons why getting pre-qualified is important when buying a home. 

Reduce Ineligibility Mishaps

You never know how much the bank is willing to fund until you go through the process of applying for a mortgage. When you complete the pre-approval process, the bank checks your credit history and then completes some basic income verification.

From there, it can provide a basic idea of how much money it thinks you can pay back at the current interest rates. This prevents the likelihood of you pursuing homes lenders will not fund.

Improve Competitive Offers

We’re currently in a seller’s market. Existing homeowners are bombarded with offers for their homes and can pick whoever they see fit at high prices. No seller wants to go through the process of choosing you as a buyer and then discovering you were either only window shopping or not eligible.

A pre-approval letter proves to sellers that you are serious and have done your homework. Plus this might make them more willing to negotiate and work with you.

Respect Professional’s Time

Realtors and other professionals spend a lot of time helping you find a home. When you have a pre-approval letter, your realtor feels more confident about the showing process leading to a sale. Without that pre-approval letter, the professional is gambling with their time.

Getting a pre-approval letter shows respect for the time we invest. It also provides us with a budget to work with.

Save Yourself Some Time

Even if the bank qualifies you for the home of your dreams, without a pre-approval letter, you begin that process from scratch. This might even mean finding a bank, to begin with. The process of bank hunting and submitting an initial application takes time.

Your broker and underwriter also need more time to review the information you presented. This all tacks on extra time. When you apply for a pre-approval, they can complete checks while you continue house-hunting.

Ready To Find Your Dream Home? 

When it comes to buying a home, it’s important to find a realtor with experience and who will work with you every step of the way. In today’s market, pre-approval is more important than ever - and the team at Chapel Hill Realty Group can help you navigate this step, and the rest, until you get the home of your dreams. 

At Chapel Hill Realty Group, our agents’ local knowledge and expertise provide unsurpassed excellence in service and assistance to our clients - you’ll feel good about our team. Fill out our contact form online at, or call us directly at (919) 942-4149 today! 

Posted in Market Updates
Jan. 28, 2021

The 7 Ultimate Staging Tips to Sell Your Home in 2021

When it comes to selling your home, first impressions are important - and in almost every home showing, you have one chance to impress potential buyers. That’s why it’s important to highlight all of the things that are great about your home, and allow potential buyers to envision themselves living there - and loving it. 

Selling your home in 2021 can feel like a challenge, but you can improve your success and get an offer much faster if you take the time for staging. Instead of just hoping for the best, implement the following tips our home selling experts have put together, so that you can place the sold sign on the lawn and move to your next home and chapter! 

1. Clear the Clutter

A home is meant to be lived in; we know. And it’s easy for everyday items that we use to be left out. However, when it comes to staging, these items should be stowed away. Homebuyers don't want to see counters full of kitchen gadgets or bathroom products. They want to see the space that will be available to them should they buy your house.

Make several passes from room to room and get rid of any clutter that distracts. 

2. Simple & Spacious 

You don't have to go buy a bunch of new furniture for successful staging. Keep it simple by using what you have. In fact, you may want to pare down the furniture that’s in your home if it feels too full or overwhelming. This helps rooms feel larger and more spacious, and gives homebuyers a better chance to envision their own pieces in the home. 

Tip: Many times, it is worth having a small storage unit to put additional furniture or excess decor in it. Minimalism and simplicity will help you attract serious buyers.

3. Remove Personalization

Your walls and shelves may be covered with treasured family memories, kids’ artwork and knick-knacks, but taking these personalized items and pieces down will not only allow potential buyers to envision their own life there, it will also give you a head start on packing for your next home!

4. Clean, Clean, Clean

Whether or not you regularly clean, you'll have to do so when showing a staged home. Potential buyers don't want to see messes, dust, grime or animal hair. That means you'll likely have to clean every day, or at least prior to each time a showing is scheduled. 

If necessary, hire someone to do it for you. 

5. Furniture Placement

Your current furniture arrangements may not be conducive to productive staging. The right real estate agent will be able to help you decide how to rearrange things in a better flow, to better highlight space in your home. 

6. Improve Curb Appeal

When it comes to your home’s exterior, this is the absolute first impression a potential homebuyer will have. It is also what may draw people to want to schedule a tour of your home if they are simply driving by.

Make sure your lawn is mowed and your landscaping looks neat and tidy. If you have chipped or worn paint anywhere, make sure it gets a new coat or is touched up appropriately. 

7. Add Light

Don't leave your blinds or curtains closed when you're staging your home. Let the natural light shine in, and add additional lighting with lamps.

Bright rooms often appear more spacious, so turn on any overhead or accent lighting, any time a potential buyer is coming by for a showing.

Partner With The Best, To Sell Your Home 

Selling your home shouldn't be a stressful ordeal. Partnering with the right real estate professionals is your first step to ensuring that your investment in your home pays off, that’s why you should consider Chapel Hill Realty Group. Our Chapel Hill area property listing services and experience allow you to focus on your move, while we manage your home sale from our initial consultation, to closing the deal and beyond. We pride ourselves on repeat business and are confident you'll come to understand why.

If you're ready to sell your home and want more tips and tricks for staging, contact our team online, or call us directly at (919) 942-4149 today! 

Posted in Market Updates
Dec. 17, 2020

Top 8 Things That Can Turn Away Potential Home Buyers

Selling your home means much more than simply putting a sign in the yard, and listing it. When you put your house on the market, you hope to not only sell it quickly, but to also get a fair price. In order to do this, it’s important to present your home in a way that appeals to buyers. 

Not quite sure what this means? Or feeling a little overwhelmed? Don’t be. Our home selling experts are here to help! Set yourself up for success by avoiding these 8 buyer turn-offs.

1. Dirty Home

Most experts agree that a dirty home can cause buyers to flee. A house is not ready to be listed until it has been thoroughly cleaned. Consider investing in a professional cleaner to tackle the job because they have the tools and skills to help your house shine!

2. Excess Clutter

People can't see how beautiful your home is when it's completely covered in clutter. Because it leaves a bad impression and causes potential buyers to wonder whether your home lacks storage, it's worth the investment to rent off-site space for your extra possessions.

You can also think of it this way: it’s a great way to get a jumpstart on packing, as well as give you an opportunity to sort through what you want to keep for the next home, and what to part ways with.

3. Unpleasant Smell

When buyers walk into your home, they don't want to be greeted by a strange smell. Cigarette smoke is the biggest turn-off, along with strong cooking odors (and we’re not talking about fresh-baked cookies) and pet smells, not far behind. 

Before putting your house on the market, get rid of unpleasant odors by airing out your home, eliminating the sources of the odor and deep cleaning to eradicate any leftover evidence. 

4. Pets

Even though your dog is the “friendliest dog ever”, keep in mind that not everyone is an animal lover. So, having your pets stay in the home, while potential buyers take a tour, is a big no-no - plus they can be a distraction from the main goal: to showcase your home; not your pet

Another tip, is to make sure your home looks like a pet doesn’t live there - this means making sure furniture and carpets are free from fur and pet-causing stains. A potential buyer could be allergic, or may not be able to shake the “idea” that they may need to replace carpets right away. 

5. Jarring Wallpaper

If you have busy wallpaper throughout your home, it can turn buyers away. Most people prefer a blank canvas, so remove wallpaper. We recommend using neutral paint colors. 

6. Curb Appeal

First impressions are important, so put some effort into making sure your grass is neatly mowed and the weeds are under control. Also, if you have any clutter in your yard, make sure to put it in storage. 

7. Dim Lighting

Dim lighting can make your home seem uninviting and depressing. Change lightbulbs to a higher wattage, upgrade problematic light fixtures, open the blinds and add a strategically placed mirror or two to reflect extra light. 

8. Unrealistic Price

No matter how wonderful your home looks, buyers will be turned off if the price seems too high. Have your real estate agent check comparable prices in your neighborhood to make sure your asking price is realistic.

The good news is that you can easily fix these buyer turn-offs, and without spending a lot of money. Take the time and effort to clean, declutter and eliminate potential issues. By doing the necessary modifications, you can present your home in its best light. 

Get Experienced Assistance In Selling Your Home

Our Chapel Hill property listing services and local real estate experience allow you to focus on your move, while we manage your home sale from our initial consultation, to closing the deal and beyond. We pride ourselves on repeat business and are confident you'll come to understand why. Contact us by calling (919) 942-4149 today!



Posted in Market Updates
Nov. 24, 2020

Will 2021 Favor Home Buyers or Home Sellers

After a year filled with a lot of uncertainties and changes to the norms of the home buying process, those hoping to find their dream home should feel hopeful for the 2021 real estate market.

While it is impossible to say with certainty what the new year will bring, there are ways to estimate whether it is likely to be a buyers or sellers market. Staying informed is a powerful tool that can help you make the best home-buying decision possible. Want the inside scoop? Our premier real estate specialists put together this update to help you navigate what the future may hold. 

Understanding Buyers Vs. Sellers Markets

Home markets are always fluctuating based on how many people are selling and how many are looking to buy. This shifting ratio of supply and demand greatly impacts how much a new home will cost and how difficult it will be to find the perfect house in your budget.

In a buyers market, there are more homes being sold and less buyers, causing those who are selling to lower their prices in order to compete with other homes being sold. This type of market generally favors the buyer as there can be more options to choose from and more bargaining power to get lower prices.

A seller's market is the opposite situation. There are less houses being sold and more people looking to buy. This can cause prices to go up and ideal homes to fly off the market more quickly.

Knowing What the Future Has in Store 

The current housing market has experienced an overall trend in favor of sellers, with home prices being pushed up during the 2020 pandemic. Social distancing and a sharp increase in the number of people who work from home could continue to motivate people to buy a home rather than rent an apartment or stay in similar living situations.

While this sellers market may continue into 2021, there should still be plenty of opportunities for a well-qualified buyer to get into the home they’ve been looking for. Some predictions claim that 2021 may even bring about a gradual shift to a more buyer-friendly market.

Accomplishing Your Goals in 2021

If you’re looking to sell your home, now is likely a great time to do so. If you’re shopping for a new home, don’t be discouraged by the current marketplace. While it is impossible to tell exactly what the future has in store, new houses are always opening up and you will eventually be able to find a great match for your needs.

Ready to Buy or Sell? Get In Touch With The Experts

With our team at Chapel Hill Realty Group, you can find everything you'll need to buy or sell a home, as well as learn about the market values of homes currently available for purchase or recently sold. Our goal is to provide a level of knowledge, responsiveness and quality service unrivaled in the Chapel Hill market.

Get in contact with a realtor from Chapel Hill Realty Group to get expert advice and help finding the home you’ve been dreaming of - visit us online, or call us directly at (919) 942-4149 today!

Posted in Market Updates
Oct. 23, 2020

Selling Your Home in 2020-2021 FAQs

This year has been a challenge for practically everyone, but that doesn't mean that you should avoid putting your house on the market. If you're ready to sell, you can take advantage of historically low interest rates that are attracting buyers left and right.

Whether you've sold a home before or this is your first time, you likely have a few questions about the process. The following answers may help you decide whether selling in 2020 is the right choice for you.

1. How Much Should I Sell My Home For?

Currently, home values are continuing to increase. That means that you can get a good chunk of change out of your home if it has equity. However, some experts expect that home prices may drop in the future. How much you decide to sell your home for should be based upon an appraisal. These professionals use their expertise in your specific area to determine a realistic asking price that you're likely to be happy with.

2. How Can I Increase the Value of My Home?

If you don't have much equity in your home, you can increase its value by making some minor or major changes, depending on your budget. If you have a lot to spend, consider a remodel. New kitchens are big selling points, as are energy-efficient windows, updated roofs and landscaping renovations. If your budget is limited, you can replace appliances or even just repaint to increase the value.

3. How Long Does it Take To Sell My Home?

The length of time your home could be on the market varies based on the time of year and your location, but on average most homes sell within two to three months. Most experts agree that if a home has been listed for over six months it may be time to take it off the market and try again at a future date.

4. Will Coronavirus Affect the Selling of My Home?

Earlier in 2020, home sales dropped dramatically, simply because most people were stuck at home. As more things have opened up, home sales have rebounded slightly, but you can expect that the COVID-19 pandemic could have an impact on selling your home, likely due to social distancing guidelines and changes to traditionally face-to-face real estate processes (want tips on buying during the Pandemic? Click HERE). 

5. How To Pick a Great Real Estate Agent?

Finding a real estate agent who will work for you and with you to sell your home is essential. Contact our team at Chapel Hill Realty Group to find the right real estate agent for you today! 

Posted in Market Updates