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Cary NC, REALTOR® serving the Greater Wake County area.



Nightdrive from Jon Rawlinson on Vimeo. I'm fooling around to get my ducks in a row for videoblogging and video presentation of properties and came across Jon Rawlinson's videos on Vimeo. That one was fun. I fell in love with this one: Kuroshio Sea - 2nd largest aquarium tank in the world - (song...
It happens from time to time.  Either the listing agent forgets to put the zeroes in the pricing, or by accident has entered a rental in the MLS under the Residential Sales tab. It is what we call "An Honest Mistake."  That error doesn't mean you will get to swipe someone's $400,000 home for $2,0...
My IDX Search vendor, IDXBroker, has introduced a Home Search app for the iPhone.   Specify app 4328 Click Here to download the IDXBroker iPhone App for "No Hassle" Triangle Home Search and Information   Alternately, you can go to my website and download the app through my blog there.   Now if yo...
  You can get a little more information, although not a great deal of simple clarification from the folks at the Internal Revenue Service. Internal Revenue Service Newsroom   Basically, get under contract to buy by April 30, 2010, and close on your purchase by June 30, 2010 to collect the $8,000...
I like shooting water photos. I think it is because I love the water, and knowing it is the sustenance of all life. Of course, a little light variation makes it even more fun for the camera. Here are a few shots I have taken around North Carolina, mostly around Wake County. Some are State, County...
We had a great time at the NC Zoo, and the weather was perfect for taking pictures. We get there in about an hour and 15 minutes from Cary.   I really get a kick out of shooting snapshots ofgiraffes and zebras, but the rocks and trees of autumn were also attention-getters.   North Carolina has th...
You saw it here first.  Maybe. It's off to President Obama.  "It" being the extension and expansion of the First Time Buyers' Tax Credit. Here is the House of Representatives vote If nothing else, that should get the closing attornies a hectic December 2009, and June 2010. Gratuitous Graphic I fo...
As reported by the San Francisco Chronicle, the Senate voted 98-0 to pass the extension and expansion of the First Time Homebuyers Tax Credit. As expected, $8,000 will be given to first timers, with an increase in income levels to define eligibility.  And the move up buyer may also qualify for $6...

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