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Grow Local Realty is a full service Raleigh NC Real Estate Company servicing Raleigh, Durham, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Clayton, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Wake Forest, Chapel Hill and all other Triangle areas including all of Wake County, Johnston County, Durham County, Orange County, Chatham County and Harnett County. We are dedicated to extraordinary customer service and are here to represent you with your next home purchase or the sale of your current home. Allow one our fantastic agents to assist you with your Raleigh NC Real Estate search.

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Majority Of Buyers Favor School District Over Home Features

  Like the old saying goes, when it comes to homeownership, the most important thing? Location, location, location.According to a recent report from Realtor.com, getting their kids

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New Housing Is Just Around The Corner As Building Permits See Dramatic Increase

There’s no denying that the inventory crisis (which, according to the recent Housing Shortage Reportfrom Realtor.com, is the worst facing the US in more than 20 years) has made things

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New Survey Finds Misconceptions About Down Payments Keeping People From Purchasing Homes

One of the main reasons people aren’t buying homes is they think they can’t afford it—especially the down payment. But, as it turns out, there are plenty of buyers out there who actually 

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New Legislation May Make It Easier For NonTraditional Buyers To Secure Mortgages

Following the financial crisis of 2008, the Obama administration passed the Dodd-Frank Wall Street and Consumer Protection Act which, in an effort to clean up the mortgage industry, imposed stricter

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