Spring is here in Fayetteville, NC!

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Real Estate Agent with Keller Williams Realty-Fayetteville

Spring has sprung in Fayetteville, North Carolina! While the calender doesn't have it happening officially for few more days you can certainly tell its here in other ways. The trees are blooming, the crocus and daffodils are in bloom, other flowers are starting to pop their heads up above the ground. The birds are more chipper than usual and are out singing their songs. It stays light later in the evenings.Shawnas tree
Another sign is all the activity with real estate. The last couple of weeks have had an increase in activity from more showings, more buyers, and more contracts.
This is very typical for the Ft Bragg area. Most military members tend to move in the summer time, so this is when buyers are out looking and sellers are having agents come out. This is a great time of the year for agents, buyers, and sellers!
If you are thinking about putting your home up for sale, now is a great time to do so. If you are a buyer and looking to buy a home, its a great time for you as well! Give me a call today at (910)309-4618, email me at Shawnag@kw.com, or visit my website at www.HomesForSaleAroundFayetteville.com. I can help!

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Shawna Green, Realtor

Call or Text me (910) 309-4618

Shawna@LibertyHomeTeam.com

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