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March
25

5 Ways to Support Small Businesses in the Triangle

Small Businesses Raleigh

Like so many people living in our community, our REALTORS® are adjusting during the coronavirus crisis. We are still here to help, but we're practicing social distancing and hygiene measures when showing Raleigh homes for sale – after all, safety comes first.

Just like our team, many businesses throughout the Triangle are doing everything possible to keep our local area going strong. Some companies have had to close their doors for now, but there are still ways to support your local Triangle business owners.

Working together, we can get through the challenge of coronavirus safely!

Here's how you can give small businesses a boost – even if you can't visit:

  1. Order Something for Delivery
    Many restaurants are still operating on a delivery-only or curbside basis. When you choose a delivery, it means you get the meal you want, and you can also help a local delivery driver with your tip. If you're worried, write in special instructions for your driver to stay at a distance. Don't forget to check online for the special delivery deals many businesses are offering this month.
  2. Buy a Gift Card for Later Use
    You know how it is: It can take months to remember to use that great gift card you got. For consumers, it's a convenience. For a business owner, it's immediate cash. Think of it as a promise to get yourself something nice in the future. You can also send gift cards to friends and family members who are stuck at home to brighten their day.
  3. Connect With Local Businesses Online
    Before you go to an online "big box" store to meet your needs, check out local businesses first. With so many millions of people flooding familiar online brands, you might just find that an essential item will get to you sooner from a local source. Have some extra time? Sending a local business a quick comment on social media helps them know you are still interested in them, a nice morale boost.
  4. Leave the Cash (and Checks) at Home
    One of the most important things you can do to prevent the spread of infection is to wash your hands regularly. Well, even at the best of times, cash is pretty dirty: It can pass through hundreds of hands. Keep a trusted credit or debit card with you and wipe it off after use. If accepting a delivery or similar service, pre-pay the tip through the website or app rather than using cash.
  5. Don't Forget that Kindness Counts
    If you're going out to buy supplies, remember that the people behind the counter are stressed and worried, just like you. Many of them, including small business owners, have to accept the serious risk of working with the public at a dangerous time just to make ends meet. When you choose to be kind, you're doing your part to make a difficult situation easier for everyone.

The Triangle community is strong, and it'll come through this with North Carolina spirit.

Even if you're staying put a while, we invite you to contact us at Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston to learn about local homes.

March
19

HPW Open Houses | March 21-22

Open House March 21-22We here at Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston make the safety and well-being of our agents and clients our top priority. We will continue to closely monitor the COVID-19 outbreak and work to ensure that all possible safety measures and precautions are being taken. We are committed to maintaining reliable service to our clients, while doing our part to limit the spread of the COVID-19.

In order to protect both our clients and agents, we are asking everyone to take precautionary measures:

Wash your hands – and other hygienic practices

Soap is the very best preventative for communicating the virus - so use it.  Wash your hands regularly, for at least 20 seconds, with soap and water.  If you can't wash your hands, the next best thing is to use an anti-bacterial wipe or gel both before, and after, you come into contact with other people, objects, or surfaces. Try to avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. If you sneeze or cough, do it into a tissue, then throw away the tissue, and then wash your hands or wipe them down.

Keep your distance – even from your agent!

We are all about the practice of "social distancing."

Use video conferencing as much as possible

You, your agent, and anyone else you're working with on your transaction should try to communicate as much as possible by videoconference rather than in-person meetings, just to limit the amount of interaction you have with other people. Facetime, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat video, Skype and Zoom are some of the video tools available to use.

Take precautions on showings and open houses

At this point, we see no reason to discontinue showings, or open houses, so long as you follow fundamental distancing and hygienic protocols. Try to follow these guidelines:

  • Again, keep your distance, even if it seems unfriendly
  • Remember: No shaking hands when you meet!
  • Drive your own car to showings, rather than traveling with the agent in his or her car
  • Minimize touching surfaces in houses
  • Bring paper towels, tissues, or disposable gloves with you to hold when you open doors or touch surfaces.
  • Try to wash, or wipe down, your hands on the way in and the way out.
  • At the open house, keep your distance from other visitors and let the hosting agent sign you in, rather than handle a clipboard or tablet.

If you're not feeling well, or are part of the "high-risk" demographic, please stay home

If you're not feeling well with any kind of cough or fever, please stay home. At this point, there is no need to take chances or put others at risk. This is especially true if you are "high-risk" – if you are over the age of 60 or have any pre-existing conditions you should reduce, if not, eliminate all outside contact as much as possible. 

Again, we are committed to maintaining reliable service to our clients and are here to help you in your next real estate transaction, while doing our part to prevent the spread of the COVID-19.

 

Featured Open Houses

 

7209 Summer Tanager Trail, Raleigh, NC 27614

$900,000

Sq Ft: 4,005 | Beds: 5 | Baths: 5 (full)

Open House: Saturday, March 21 from 2 to 5 p.m. and

Sunday, March 22 from 2 to 5 p.m.

7209 Summer Tanager Trail


521 Lake Gaston Drive, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526

$364,900

Sq Ft: 2,814 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 3 (full)

Open House: Saturday, March 21 from 12 to 2 p.m.

521 Lake Gaston Drive


701 Glenville Lake Drive, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526

$344,499

Sq Ft: 2,714 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 3 (full)

Open House: Saturday, March 21 from 1 to 4 p.m.

701 Glenville Lake Drive


1016 Regency Cottage Place, Cary, NC 27518

$469,990

Sq Ft: 2,720 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 2 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 21 from 1 to 4 p.m. and

Sunday, March 22 from 12 to 4 p.m.

1016 Regency Cottage Place,


340 Stephens Way, Youngsville, NC 27596

$297,000

Sq Ft: 2,084 | Beds: 3 | Baths: 2 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 21 from 1 to 4 p.m., and

Sunday, March 22 from 1 to 4 p.m.

340 Stephens Way


420 Neuse Ridge Drive, Clayton, NC 27527

$445,900

Sq Ft: 3,611 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 4 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Sunday, March 22 from 1 to 3 p.m.

420 Neuse Ridge Drive


2025 Pleasant Forest Way, Wake Forest, NC 27587

$775,000

Sq Ft: 4,060 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 3 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Sunday, March 22 from 2 to 5 p.m.

2025 Pleasant Forest Way


March
18

Beginning of Spring: Greenhouses in Raleigh

Greenhouses in Raleigh

Is it just us, or does it finally feel like spring might be just around the corner? As always, our real estate agents are excited about the idea of warmer weather and greener lawns. If you're looking to spruce up the landscape around your North Carolina home this spring, we'd like to recommend some of our favorite local greenhouses and plant stores!

  1. Homewood Nursery & Garden Center - 10809 Honeycutt Rd, Raleigh, NC 27614

    A long-running favorite source for gardening supplies and specialty plants, Homewood Nursery and Garden Center is the perfect place to find some new additions to your spring landscape. Located just minutes from many Raleigh homes for sale, the nursery offers an incredible selection of trees, shrubs, and other plants, along with a knowledgeable staff. 

  2. Taylor's Nursery - 3705 New Bern Ave, Raleigh, NC 27610

    Founded in 1950, Taylor's Nursery is proudly entering its 70th year serving the Raleigh community. That's no small feat for a farm and nursery that has grown to encompass 1,500 acres at its field operation in Louisburg, along with 80 acres at the main location in Raleigh. Taylor's Nursery grows hundreds of different plant species, with unique featured varieties that change with the seasons, so you'll always find something new and exciting to add to your landscape. 

  3. Gunters Greenhouse - 4618 Angier Ave, Durham, NC 27703

    Anyone with a green thumb will find something to get excited about at Gunters Greenhouse. Located close to Durham homes for sale, the greenhouse is offering an incredible variety of annual flowering plants for lawn and gardens this spring. They're also a great place to find unique and hard-to-find plants, from cacti and succulents to vegetables and herbs.

  4. Garden Supply Co. - 1421 Old Apex Rd, Cary, NC 27513

    Nestled in the cozy community of Cary, NC, Garden Supply Co. provides top of the line garden plants and supplies, with a friendly and knowledgeable staff who are always dedicated to helping you find exactly what you're looking for. Located near these Cary homes for sale, Garden Supply Co. offers an incredible variety of landscape plants, with a strong focus on all things local. 

  5. Plant Delights Nursery - 9241 Sauls Rd, Raleigh, NC 27603

    Raleigh's Plant Delights Nursery has been a leading local source for native, rare, and unique perennial plants in North Carolina since they opened their doors in 1988. A small, family-owned nursery, Plant Delights offers mail-order plant delivery as well as "open nursery" and garden days throughout the year, with special events like their annual Southeastern Plant Symposium and Rare Plant Auction every June. 

  6. Kiefer Landscaping & Nursery - 2450 S Alston Ave, Durham, NC 27713

    Amazing selection and excellent customer service makes Kiefer Landscaping & Nursery one of the top sources in Durham for all things garden-related. The folks at Kiefer are committed to finding the right plant for every landscaping situation. Still, they also go above and beyond plant selection, offering a full range of landscaping services, from design and installation of beds and hardscapes to unique water garden features like pondless waterfalls and streams. 

Spring is the time to make sure your home and garden look their best! Contact us today to learn more about life in the Triangle of North Carolina. We've helped countless families find their dream homes in Raleigh, Durham, and the surrounding areas, and we can't wait to help you find yours!

March
13

HPW Open Houses | March 14-15

We here at Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston make the safety and well-being of our agents and clients our top priority. We will continue to closely monitor the coronavirus outbreak and work to ensure that all possible safety measures and precautions are being taken. We are committed to maintaining reliable service to our clients while doing our part to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

In order to protect both our clients and agents, we are asking everyone to take precautionary measures:

Wash your hands – and other hygienic practices

Soap is the very best preventative for communicating the virus, so use it.  Wash your hands regularly, for at least 20 seconds, with soap and water.  If you can't wash your hands, the next best thing is to use an anti-bacterial wipe or gel both before and after you come into contact with other people, objects, or surfaces. And try to avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth with unwashed hands. If you sneeze or cough, do it into a tissue, then throw away the tissue, then wash your hands or wipe them down.

Keep your distance – even from your agent!

We are all about the practice of "social distancing.

Use video conferencing as much as possible

You and your agent – and anyone else you're working with on your transaction should try to communicate as much as possible by videoconference rather than in-person meetings, just to limit the amount of interaction you have with other people. Facetime, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat video, Skype and Zoom are some of the video tools available to use.

Take precautions on showings and open houses

At this point, we see no reason to discontinue showings or open houses so long as you follow fundamental distancing and hygienic protocols.  Try to follow these guidelines:

  • Again, keep your distance, even if it seems unfriendly
  • Remember: No shaking hands when you meet!
  • Drive your own car to showings, rather than traveling with the agent in his or her car
  • Minimize touching of surfaces in houses
  • Bring paper towels, tissues or disposable gloves with you to hold when you open doors or touch surfaces.
  • Try to wash or wipe down your hands on the way in and the way out.
  • At the open house, keep your distance from other visitors and let the hosting agent sign you in rather than handle a clipboard or tablet.

If you're not feeling well or are part of the "high-risk" demographic, please stay home

If you're not feeling well with any kind of cough or fever, please stay home. At this point, there is no need to take chances or put others at risk. This is especially true if you are "high-risk" – if you are over the age of 60 or have any pre-existing conditions you should reduce, if not, eliminate all outside contact as much as possible. 

Again, we are committed to maintaining reliable service to our clients and are here to help you in your next real estate transaction while doing our part to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

 

Featured Open Houses

 

1053 Montvale Ridge Drive, Cary, NC 27519

$1,225,000

Sq Ft: 4,261 | Beds: 5 | Baths: 5 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 14 from 12 to 5 p.m. and

Sunday, March 15 from 1 to 5 p.m.


7221 Summer Tanager Trail, Raleigh, NC 27614

$1,025,000

Sq Ft: 4,540 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 5 (full)

Open House: Saturday, March 14 from 2 to 5 p.m. and

Sunday, March 15 from 2 to 5 p.m.


1605 Rock Dove Way, Raleigh, NC 27614

$950,000

Sq Ft: 4,786 | Beds: 5 | Baths: 5 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 14 from 2 to 5 p.m. and

Sunday, March 15 from 2 to 5 p.m.


420 Neuse Ridge Drive, Clayton, NC 27527

$445,900

Sq Ft: 3,611 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 4 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 14 from 1 to 3 p.m.


410 Chadwick Lane, Efland, NC 27243

$314,900

Sq Ft: 2,260 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 2 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Sunday, March 15 from 1 to 3 p.m.


301 Lake Hogan Farm Road, Chapel Hill, NC 27516

$800,000

Sq Ft: 4,034 | Beds: 5 | Baths: 4 (full)

Open House: Sunday, March 15 from 2 to 4 p.m.


120 Bayside Road, Dunn, NC 28334

$265,000

Sq Ft: 2,321 | Beds: 3 | Baths: 2 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Sunday, March 15 from 2 to 4 p.m.


March
11

5 Ways to Stand out During the Spring Market

Home Stand Out in Spring

The beginning of spring marks a frenzy of buying and selling of homes across the country. As you navigate the spring real estate market, you will notice increased competition regardless of which side of the transaction you are on. So, how can you take advantage of this busy and frantic period of real estate activity as a seller? Our real estate agents have pieced together five effective ways to stand out in the spring market. 

  1. Improve Your Home's Curb Appeal 
    It's up to you to make sure that you don't turn the buyer off before they even walk through the door. Clear the clutter in and outside your property when you are trying to sell your home. This will improve curb appeal and focus on the property instead of the huge piles of clutter by the entryway.
  2. Remove Possessions
    The goal of staging your home for potential buyers is to help them imagine themselves in the home. Too much of your possessions and items in the house will only make that difficult. Pare down on your possessions to eliminate clutter. Go through your closet and furniture with a discerning eye to remove any items that may be cluttering the spaces in your home. This includes personal effects such as sports memorabilia and other collections.
  3. Set Out Fresh Flowers
    Setting out fresh flowers is one of the best ways to bring life into a home. Flowers bring color and fragrance indoors, an essential aspect of proper home staging. Freshly cut peonies or lilacs will bring a natural scent to your space and make the home more appealing, not to mention safer for those susceptible to allergies. 
  4. Open Up Your Home
    Open the windows and curtains in your home to let in natural light and a breath of fresh air in the house. Illuminating your home with bright light from the sun will make your space look more significant and aesthetically pleasing. The fresh spring breeze will also make your house smell and feel vibrant. You can add table and floor lights to darker areas if natural light is not enough. Be sure to clean drapes, curtains, and linens and get rid of all accumulated dust and spider webs.
  5. Do Pre-Inspection Repairs
    You will not be able to set a high asking price if your home needs a lot of repairs. Hire a home inspector to inspect your house and make sure that repairs are done accordingly before your home goes into the market. Getting these repairs done assures potential buyers that you have been taking good care of your property. 

The spring season is quickly approaching, and if you are looking to put your home in the market, this is the best time to start getting prepared. Have questions about listing your home among the other Raleigh homes for sale? Contact us for more information on how to sell your home this spring.

March
5

HPW Open Houses | March 7 - 8

Wondering what to do this weekend? Grab your favorite pair of shades, set your clock ahead one hour and then hunt for a house. The spring housing market is starting to heat up and you do NOT want to miss out on some of these homes.

Our Coldwell Banker Howard Perry and Walston real estate agents have planned open houses in the beautiful homes they've listed and are ready to show you around.

Take a look at our agents' open houses to figure out which homes you'd like to tour on Saturday and Sunday.

 

Featured Open Houses

 

709 Crossway Lane, Holly Springs, NC 27540

$624,900

Sq Ft: 3,525 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 3 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 7 from 1 to 3 p.m.


7004 Bartons Grove Place, Raleigh, NC 27614

$850,000

Sq Ft: 4,873 | Beds: 5 | Baths: 4 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 7 from 1 to 5 p.m.


5217 Atherton Bridge Road, Raleigh, NC 27613

$825,000

Sq Ft: 4,647 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 5 (full)

Open House: Saturday, March 7 from 2 to 4 p.m.


100 Oxer Drive, Youngsville, NC 27596

$400,000

Sq Ft: 3,401 | Beds: 3 | Baths: 3 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 7 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. and

Sunday, March 8 from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.


540 Weycroft Grant Drive, Cary, NC 27519

$680,000

Sq Ft: 3,661 | Beds: 5 | Baths: 5 (full)

Open House: Saturday, March 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. and

Sunday, March 8 from 2 to 4 p.m.


1007 W Abberley Lane, Apex, NC 27502

$389,900

Sq Ft: 2,383 | Beds: 4 | Baths: 2 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Saturday, March 7 from 2 to 4 p.m. and

Sunday, March 8 from 2 to 4 p.m.


204 Morrow Mountain Drive, Cary, NC 27513

$484,900

Sq Ft: 2,700 | Beds: 3 | Baths: 2 (full) 1 (1/2)

Open House: Sunday, March 8 from 2 to 4 p.m.


March
4

6 Festivals Coming to the Triangle this March

Triangle Festivals March

As spring arrives in March and the weather gets warmer, festivals of every type get underway in our vibrant area.

See all the Triangle has to offer this March!

Our real estate agents suggest going to the following festivals to get a glimpse into some of the fun residents can enjoy when living in the Triangle.

  1. BrickUniverse - March 7-8 - Raleigh Convention Center, S. Salisbury St., Raleigh 
    LEGO lovers won't want to miss BrickUniverse, one of the largest LEGO fan events in the world. Builders will showcase huge creations as well as small, intricate ones and will share their tips. You'll also be able to browse through vendors' tables and buy everything LEGO-related, from new and old sets to jewelry. It's the perfect place to stop along the way as you look for Raleigh homes for sale.

  2. International Festival of Raleigh - March 5-8 - Jim Graham Building and Exposition Center, NC State Fairgrounds, 1025 Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh 
    The International Festival of Raleigh celebrates global culture, cuisine, arts, and education, with over 50 international groups from around the Triangle. Spend some time with your cross-cultural neighbors and enjoy traditions, art, music, dance, and food from other cultures. You'll also be able to shop at booths from different countries for jewelry and many other items that showcase each country's unique culture.

  3. YogaFest NC 2020 - March 28 - McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman St., Raleigh
    Explore a wide variety of yoga classes, styles, and levels at YogaFest NC 2020. You can choose from among 35 diverse classes, attend holistic healing and wellness mini-seminars, shop the health and wellness marketplace, and enjoy a plant-based luncheon that accommodates all diets.

  4. Art in Bloom Festival - March 19-22 - North Carolina Museum of Art, 2100 Blue Ridge Rd., Raleigh 
    The Art in Bloom Festival makes the North Carolina Museum of Art come alive with flowers each year. Florists are asked to interpret a piece of art in the museum's collection in the form of a floral display, and the results are wonderfully creative. Classes, workshops, and special tours are also offered as part of the festival. 

  5. Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour - March 23 - Carolina Theatre, 309 W. Morgan St., Durham 
    If you're into adventure, the Banff Mountain Film Festival is worth your time as you look at Durham homes for sale. The festival features the world's best mountain sport, culture, and environmental films. You'll see new landscapes and remote cultures while being exposed to new adventures and adrenaline-fueled sports. The films are entertaining to watch and will inspire your own adventures.

  6. Raleigh St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival - March 14 - Lane and Wilmington Streets, Raleigh
    Whether you're Irish or are Irish just for the day, the Raleigh St. Patrick's Day Parade and Festival offers plenty of fun. Watch the parade and stay to enjoy plenty of Irish-themed entertainment and food.

Contact us to learn more about homes for sale in the Triangle area of North Carolina. It's a wonderful place to call home throughout the year, with plenty to do and see! 

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