Real Estate Rush North Carolina

Real Estate Rush North Carolina

As more people and businesses choose to move to North Carolina, the real estate market has seen a significant impact. Yes, Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill (The Triangle) have seen changes, but plenty of growth is happening outside that area too in places such as Clayton, Pittsboro, and Garner. Real Estate Rush North Carolina takes a look at the changing housing landscape in the area to paint a better picture for people moving here or who have lived in the Tar Heel State for a while. The podcast is a production of WRAL Podcasts in Raleigh, North Carolina and hosted by WRAL News Reporter Chris Lovingood.

Episodes

December 8, 2022 18 min

Realtor Maya Gilletta breaks down the harsh reality of foreclosures among people struggling to pay mortgages in the Triangle and the best strategies for handling a foreclosure so a bad situation doesn’t become worse.

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As realtor Ann-Cabell Baum with Glenwood Agency LLC notes, when the COVID pandemic hit, some people living in luxury condos set out to look for bigger spaces for more comfortable work-from-home experience. Some people even flocked to luxury townhomes for significantly larger spaces. As people sold their homes for upgrades, it showed realtors the real estate market wouldn't come to a grinding halt but rather the opposite.

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Across the U.S., the supply chain shortage significantly impacted new home construction. The materials to construct houses hit a lagging point and buyers of new homes had to wait longer than desired to live in their property. Realtor Nick Thagard with Homes by Dickerson provides perspective on whether now is the time to invest in a newly-built home.

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October 27, 2022 18 min

Matt Talhelm has reported regularly for WRAL about the housing market and the trajectory it's been on during the pandemic; interviewing many realtors, looking at housing data, etc. He's also had challenges finding a home. Hear his story and advice to others struggling to find the right house.

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October 13, 2022 19 min

Numbers! Numbers! Numbers! WRAL Techwire data hound Jason Parker, who is also a licensed realtor, talks about what the local market looks like by the digits. Note: this episode presents data in a specific moment in time and could change over time.

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September 27, 2022 18 min

So, you're a first-time homebuyer in a hot real estate market. Congratulations!...but welcome to a potential nightmare. We hear from Raleigh, North Carolina realtor Chris Morton with Morton Bradbury Real Estate Group on the best places for first-time homebuyers to look in the Triangle and the best way to navigate finding the neighborhood you like.

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September 27, 2022 17 min

We kick off the Real Estate Rush NC podcast by hearing from realtor and Raleigh Regional Association of REALTORS president Leslie Williams! Leslie explains what the local real estate market looks like in and around Raleigh, Durham, and other surrounding communities.

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Real Estate Rush North Carolina takes a look at the changing housing landscape in the area to paint a better picture for people moving here or who have lived in the Triangle area for a while.​

The podcast is a production of WRAL Podcasts in Raleigh, North Carolina and hosted by WRAL News Reporter Chris Lovingood.

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