The Simple Truths of Real Estate: Part 3

This is the last of our three-part series called the Simple Truths of Real Estate. Just like in life, there are some things in real estate that are always true; no matter the geography or the market condition. To recap…

Truth#1:  It doesn’t matter what the neighbors’ home sold for in the past

Home values are dynamic. They rise and fall with market conditions, just like a company stock on an exchange. What a house was worth five years ago, last month or even last week has no bearing on the value of a house today. This can be a difficult pill to swallow.

Keys to Your Home

Truth #2:  A home is worth what a ready, willing and able buyer will pay for it. 

What matters is what a buyer thinks it’s worth — and what a buyer will offer on a property.  Also, if the buyer requires financing, whether a lender will approve a loan at that amount.

House Values

Truth #3:  Home improvements will not make a home value increase in an amount equal to or greater than what was paid for the improvements.

A corollary to the third law of real estate is that money spent on maintaining a home adds zero to the home’s value.

The Skinny on Home Improvements

So, you are thinking of investing is a home improvement project and you want to get the best return for the amount invested where should you spend your money?  Think about the kitchen and bathrooms. Kitchen and bath improvements tend to have higher rates of payback than others.  It is rare; however, that the improvement will add equal or more value to a home than what it cost.

Home Improvements

What if My Home Improvement Doesn’t Add Value?

One of the questions that I receive quite often from homeowners is, “Should I do a home improvement if it doesn’t add value.”  No one wants to decrease the value of their home, but owning a home is not just about increasing the value of a home it is about enjoying your home.  My advice, if you are going to use and enjoy your home improvement then you should do it.

Someone Really Likes Airplanes

What About Home Maintenance?

Cleaning the gutters, having the HVAC services twice a year, fixing the roof doesn’t increase the value of your home.  It means that you are a good and conscientious homeowner, but it doesn’t increase the value of your home.

Sure, the fact the water heater, air conditioner, and roof are newish will likely appeal to some buyers. That might well be what triggers their decision to buy your home versus another one, but they don’t make the home intrinsically more valuable.

Does it suck to dump $3,000 into an air conditioning repair on a home you’re not even going to live in? You bet it does. But try selling a home without air conditioning in places it gets over 80 degrees. Good luck selling a home anywhere without a water heater or a roof.

If fundamental repairs are needed, the owner is just going to have to suck it up and make them and not expect to recoup any of that money — or be prepared to discount the list price to compensate.

Time for a New A/C Unit!

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

Phone 919.589.3576 | Email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com   

The Simple Truths of Real Estate: Part 2

This is the 2nd in our three-part series called the Simple Truths of Real Estate. Just like in life, there are some things in real estate that are always true; no matter the geography or the market condition.

Truth #1:  It doesn’t matter what the neighbors’ home sold for in the past

Home values are dynamic. They rise and fall with market conditions, just like a company stock on an exchange. What a house was worth five years ago, last month or even last week has no bearing on the value of a house today. This can be a difficult pill to swallow.

Truth #2:  A home is worth what a ready, willing and able buyer will pay for it. 

There are many sources that can provide an estimate of the value of your home:
1) various automated valuation prices from the national real estate sites or
2) have requested a home appraisal from a real estate appraiser or a
3) market assessment from a real estate agent
The truth is that all of these are estimates. If you ask 5 real estate agents for a valuation, chances are you will get 5 different prices. The same is you hire five separate appraisals or go on-line and request a valuation from five separate websites, chances are you are going to receive five separate valuations.

Selling a Home in 2019

 

So What is the Truth?

In short, it doesn’t matter what the homeowners think their home is worth. And it certainly doesn’t matter what the agent or owner wishes the home was worth.

Automated valuations are fun to play with and are reasonable ways to look at pricing trends, but they should never be relied on to price a home (the AVM providers will even tell you this if you’ll listen to them).

What matters is what a buyer thinks it’s worth — and what a buyer will offer on a property.  Also, if the buyer requires financing, whether a lender will approve a loan at that amount.

Making Your House Standout

A Real-World Example

Listed a ranch home in Apex a few years ago in an established neighborhood.  We received multiple offers, one of which being $13,000 above asking, all cash, no inspections, 7-day close.  In this case, we had a buyer that was willing to pay considerably over asking to be in their desired neighborhood and home. 

Wrapping Up

If you are thinking of selling, it is critical that you get multiple valuation estimates.  Shop around.  Meet with multiple agents that have successfully sold a home in your market.  Ask how they determined the valuation and what steps they will follow to market your home to potential buyers. 

Pricing is Key When Trying to Attract Homebuyers

 

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

Phone 919.589.3576 | Email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com 

August Events Around the Triangle

Triangle residents of all walks of life love the local festivals and events available here year-round! Whether you’re looking to connect with neighbors, try tasty cuisine, hear live music or shop for original artwork, you’re in luck!

Here are a few events coming up in August that you should definitely put on your calendar!

Moore Square Grand Opening Celebration

August 3 ~ 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Moore Square Park
226 East Martin Street
Check out live music, a playground for kids, a movie, and more!
Additionally, the house at 226 East Martin will be the Moore Square Visitor’s center.

Welcome to Moore Square

Beer, Bourbon & BBQ Festival

August 2-3
Don’t miss the two-day Beer, Bourbon and BBQ Festival at Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheatre. Admission gets you a souvenir sampling glass so you can enjoy an all-you-care-to-taste sampling of beer and bourbon, plus enjoy delicious southern fare and all-day live music.

Beer, Bourbon& BBQ

Fishing for Beginners

August 3 ~ 10:00-11:30 AM
Harris Lake County Park
The program will cover fishing basics such as how to prepare a rod and reel, bait a hook, cast your line and how to handle a fish. Instruction will be followed by an opportunity to fish in the pond. Fishing poles and bait will be provided, or you may bring your own.
Free for ages 7 and up; advance online registration is required for all participants. 

Summer Daze Music Festival Vol. 2

August 17
Celebrate summer at the second annual Summer Daze Music Festival at Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park in North Hills. Bring your friends to this celebration of music, local businesses, culture, and summer fun! 

Summer Daze

Packapalooza

August 24
This North Carolina State University’s Wolfpack Welcome Week block party event draws more than 80,000 attendees! The free and open-to-the-public event features more than 300 vendor booths lining Hillsborough St., along with food, games, arts and crafts, a water slide (bring your bathing suit!), visual and performing arts and more. 

Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival

August 24-25
This beloved Cary festival has grown to two days, featuring more than 300 artists from 16 states! There will be multiple stages of live music, a beer garden and plenty of food trucks to keep everyone happy. It’s a wonderful event to enjoy with family and friends of all ages!

Lazy Daze Festival

Please let us know if you go to one of these events or if we’ve missed something special going on around town! Connect with us on social media or you can email us at inquiries@logpondrealty.com

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner. Phone 919.589.3576 | Email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com     

Quick Tips to Sell Your Home Faster

Homes sales are slowing!  More homes are on the market.  Competition for buyers is increasing. What can you do to help your home sell faster? Here are a couple of quick tips to get your home sold more quickly.

Make Buyers Feel at Home

Declutter your home! Pack away all personal items like pictures, awards, and sentimental belongings. Make them feel like they belong in this house! Once the house has been decluttered, keep it organized! Before any showings, pick up toys, make the bed, and put away clean dishes.  See more tips to get your home ready to sell.  

Home Staging

Home staging is basically cleaning your home and rearranging the furniture (or renting furniture if it’s empty) so your home looks like a showroom. A professional home stager sees your home from a buyer’s perspective and understands how to highlight its strengths and soften its flaws.

A Well Staged Home

Professional Photography

Did you know that 92 percent of homebuyers (according to realtor.org) use the Internet as part of their home search?  Also, the average homebuyer spends an average of 10 seconds viewing a listing on sites like Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com!! Homes that use professional photography also sell 32 times faster! With more homes on the market and homes staying on the market longer, it is critical that your home stand out above the competition.

Promote Your House Yourself

As listing agents, we do everything from videos, social media posts to yard signs and printed brochures (and several more things) to get the word out about one of our listings.  Sometimes, the best leads come right from our home sellers. We recommend that our clients also get the word out by posting on their social media accounts to family and friends.  You never know what friend of a friend or distant relative may be looking to buy. The more people who know about your sale, the likelier you are to find someone who is interested, and that’s vital when you’re figuring how to sell your home fast.

Promote Your House Sale, Too.

Price It Right

More inventory coming into the market guarantees there will be some competition. You want to make sure your home is noticed. The key to selling your house in 2019 is ensuring it is priced to sell.  Pricing is as much of an art as a science sometimes. It’s not just about what you need financially, but what the market will handle and how much value your home—and your neighborhood—has.

Also, take into consideration the upgrades you’ve made to the home and its features. While you probably won’t get a 100% return on your investment for renovations, they’ll likely affect how much your house is worth. That’s a lot to consider—which is why the most important thing about pricing is to work with your real estate agent and trust their advice. This is one of the most important ways their expertise will help you sell your home fast.  

Home Pricing is Critical

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

Phone 919.589.3576 | Email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com   

 

Sources: 

Shocking Stats About the Importance of Photography in Real Estate:  RIS Media Selling Your Home Faster:  Keeping Current Matters    

Why Are There So Few Houses for Sale?

Homebuyer demand is near an all-time high, but why are there so few houses for sale?

The answer could be that we are in the “homebody era”.

What is the “Homebody Era”?

Homeowners are reluctant to sell, preferring to live in their current home rather than looking to either “step-up” or “downsize”.  This means that there are fewer homes for sale and could result in a housing shortage for years to come. Historically, the average American lived in their home for an average of five years.  In 2008 & 2009, during the height of the mortgage crisis, that number had increased to an average of seven years.  By May of this year, that number had increased to 11.3 years!

Why Aren’t Homeowners Selling?

Two powerful forces are likely to crimp housing supply in the years ahead, according to a recent article in Business Wire. The first is the reluctance of many homeowners to trade historically cheap mortgages for pricier ones when they move. And the second is the tendency for more seniors to age in place.

Interest Rates

Mortgage interest rates still remain highly affordable, and even showed a recent dip. The average rate on a 30-year fixed-rate mortgage fell to 4.07 for May, down from 4.59 a year earlier.  But that’s still higher than lows seen during the housing slump and recovery. The average annual rate hit a trough of 3.65 in 2016, barely beating a previous record of 3.66 set in 2012. This suggests homeowners will feel even more pressure to hang onto their homes in the years ahead, rather than sell and buy a new one using a mortgage with higher rates.

I’m Just Going to Stay Here

The growing tendency of seniors to choose to age in place is a second force that is likely to curtail inventory in the years ahead.  Improvements in health care and technology have made aging in place easier which means fewer homes on the market.

What Can Be Done?

Many industry experts are calling for more home construction and changes to zoning laws to allow more homes to be built and allow for multi-family homes to be constructed.  This has prompted concerns that builders will focus more on luxury or higher-priced communities rather than on affordable housing options. This is already the case in the Triangle.  Many builders are constructing “zero lot line” communities with larger homes on smaller lots.  In downtown Raleigh and Durham, there has been an explosion of high-end condo projects.

 

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

Phone 919.589.3576 | Email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com 

Business Wire, June 20, 2019.

What is a Home Inspection?

Congratulations!!  You found the perfect home!!  Is it?  Is there mold?  Could the HVAC be on its last legs?  What about the foundation?  Roof leaks?  

No home is perfect, not even new construction.  To make sure that your new home is NOT a money pit, you need a professional home inspection to verify that the major systems are in good working order.

Over the past couple of months, Kelly and I have had several questions from both buyers and sellers regarding the home inspection process. What is inspected?  If the inspector finds something, what next?  How to negotiate the repair request?  Do we ask the seller to fix it?  Who fixes it?

These are just some of the questions that we are asked and this article will highlight some of the ins and outs of the home inspection process.

What is a Home Inspection?

Home Inspection

Before we talk about how to handle a repair request, let’s first talk about the home inspection.  What is a home inspection?  A home inspection is an evaluation of the visible and accessible systems and components of a home; e.g. plumbing, roof, HVAC, and is intended to give the client an understanding of their condition.

Once the home inspection has been completed, the inspector will provide a detailed report of his/her findings.  The report can be a few pages to many pages, depending on the number of items.  As a home buyer, you may be tempted to ask your agent to send the entire report to the home seller with a giant stamp on the front that says.

“Fix Everything!!”

Don’t!!!

My Buyer Wanted Everything Fixed!!!

While it may be tempting to request that everything on the repair report to be fixed, so that your new home can be as perfect as possible when you move in, that’s just not realistic.

We recently listed an older home in an established neighborhood east of Raleigh.  The home was reasonably maintained and updated.  The buyers’ agent provided us with a ten-page, single-spaced list of repair items that his client was requesting! Replace all of the electrical faceplates…yup.  Broken latch to the crawl space…that one was in there, also.  Burnt out lightbulb in the master bath vanity…That one was there too!!!  Many of the items were under $10.00 per item!

Pick Your Battles

Concentrate your request on the major, structural issues, rather than on the cosmetic issues.  Here some examples of items that you should request:

  • Leaking pipes in the basement, crawlspace or in the living area.
  • Damaged or broken roof shingles.
  • Major electrical defects that cause safety issues.
  • Significant plumbing problems that interfere with the use of the home.
  • Leaking water from the roof.
  • Water penetration in the crawl space or basement
  • Mold problems
  • Elevated Radon levels above EPA suggested levels.
  • Pest infestations
  • Septic issues
  • etc

The above items are a condensed list of possible issues worth asking a seller to address. There certainly could be others but these are without question reasonable repair requests that any buyer would have. Depending on the mortgage loan program; e.g. FHA, VA, etc. your mortgage lender may require that certain repairs be completed for your loan request to be approved.

Credit or Seller Repair

This is an important consideration when requesting repairs.  Depending on a number of factors; e.g. extent of repair, timing needed to make the repair, etc. you may request that the seller complete the repair prior to closing and/or you may request a credit from the seller for the repair.

Since the seller has no vested interest in the home once it is sold, they may not hire the most qualified contractor, or the contractor may not complete in the most workmanlike manner.  By requesting a credit, you have the ability to select your preferred contractor and to confirm that the work is completed satisfactorily.  Before asking for a cash credit, your agent should check with your lender to determine if a cash credit is allowed and the amount that is allowed.

How About a Home Warranty?

Offering a home warranty may be acceptable to both parties in a situation where a system; e.g. HVAC, appliances, etc. may require repair or replacement in the future.  Home warranties cover major defects for a year and provide a buyer with peace of mind. One caution, a home warranty will not cover a system that is broken prior to closing.

Closing Tips

I often tell my buyers and my sellers that negotiating repairs is the 2nd round of negotiation in the home selling process.  The first, obviously, is the negotiation of the initial offer.  The home inspection should be a give and take between the buyer and seller. It should have a reasonable conclusion where both parties are satisfied with the results.

If you are purchasing a home in a seller’s market, it is even more important to be reasonable in requesting repairs to the seller.  As a buyer, you could find yourself on the outside looking in if you anger the seller to the point, they want to have

Purchasing a New Home

nothing to do with you.  Our seller that received the ten-page, single-spaced repair request went ballistic!!  We did close, but the entire tone of the transaction changed from then on.

When working with sellers we often explain to them that a test to determine if a repair request is reasonable is whether or not another buyer coming along would have the same inspection concerns. If the answer is YES then the owner should fix what the buyer is requesting.

Sellers will often ask should I get a pre-listing home inspection? If you have an older home and know you have some defects needing attention, it might be worth the money! Anytime you can prevent a home inspection from causing your sale to go down the tubes is a good thing.

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via phone at 919.589.3576 or via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com 

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

SOURCES

https://www.thebalance.com/repair-requests-on-home-buying-and-selling-1798680

https://www.realtor.com/advice/buy/home-repair-requests-home-buyers/

https://www.maxrealestateexposure.com/home-inspection-repair-requests/

https://www.maxrealestateexposure.com/negotiate-issues-home-inspection/

Real Estate Market Update – January 2019

 

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via phone at 919.589.3576 or via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com 

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

New Year’s Resolutions for Home Sellers

Happy New Year!  With the New Year, it is time to dust off the old year and make plans for the coming year.  Maybe you want to exercise more, read more or spend more time with friends and family?

If selling a home is one of your New Year’s resolutions, here are some quick tips:  

Resolutions for Home Sellers

Thinking about selling your home this year or in the future?  Regardless of the season or market conditions, remember that you only have one chance to make a first impression.  Make your home memorable to potential buyers.  Before listing your home, commit to these quick Home Seller New Year’s Resolutions to help ensure the quickest sale for the highest price.

Home Seller Resolution #1:  Plan Ahead

Do you truly want to sell your home? This is not the time to “see what happens” or “I’ll list it to see if it sells.” This wastes your time and the time of potential buyers and agents.  The 2019 housing market here in the Triangle is likely to become harder for home sellers.  Buyer demand has slowed and there is lots of competition, especially from new home communities.

Once you commit to selling your home, go all the way.  Remember, you only get one chance to make a first impression and most home buyers decide whether or not to schedule a showing in the first 10 seconds while viewing pictures online!

Selling your home is a BIG deal and it takes lots of planning.  You need a team of experts including; real estate agent, contractors to assist with possible home repairs, movers, etc.  This is especially true if you are planning to buy a home at the same time.

Resolution:  Plan Ahead!  Contact a real estate professional early on to discuss your options and to commit to selling your home!

Planning Ahead is Key

Home Seller Resolution #2:  Repair & Replace

Stained carpet in the bonus room?  Leaky faucet in the kid’s bathroom?  Wallpaper in the living room?

Today’s buyers are, for the most part, looking for move-in ready homes. They do not want to dedicate all of their free time and funds to work on the house they live in.  All of those deferred maintenance projects should be addressed.  They will come up on the buyers home inspection.

Also, if your house is still living in the 1980s, it might be time for an upgrade.  There are many simple fixes; e.g. updated paint, lighting, and fixtures that will make your home more attractive to potential buyers.

Resolution:  Repair any deferred maintenance items and bring you home into 2019.

Home Buyers Want Move In Ready

Home Seller Resolution #3:  Cut the Clutter

Boxes piled high in the garage?  Can’t see the floor in the bonus room?  Afraid to open the hall closet door?

A cluttered house can suggest a lack of space, which can impact offers.  Potential buyers want to envision their furniture in your home.  Depending on lifestyle and length of time in the home, cleaning out the clutter can be a BIG project.

Take it step by step, room by room!  Be honest about what you need, want and what you can live without.  The bonus?  You won’t have to pack, move and clutter your new home with stuff you don’t want.

Lastly, when it’s time to list your home, stage it to show in the best possible light.  Your real estate agent may offer home staging as part of their suite of services to take your home to the next level.

Resolution:  Get rid of unwanted items in closets, the garage, and other rooms.

Home Staging is Key

Wrapping Up

Whether you are thinking about buying a home, selling a home or both in 2019, now is the time to commit to your resolutions.  By starting now, 2019 may be the year that you find your self in a new home!

If buying or selling a home is a goal for you next year, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Whatever your plans are for 2019, we hope you have a very happy and prosperous New Year!

 

About Log Pond Realty 

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

New Year’s Resolutions for Home Buyers

A new year brings much excitement and anticipation, but could 2019 be the year for a new home?  Here are some quick New Year’s Resolutions to help you buy a home in 2019.

Resolution #1:  Boost Your Savings

Instead of just thinking about saving, why not start the new year off right with a resolution to jump-start your savings and start putting away more for your down payment on your first home?

If you’re worried that the traditional 20% down payment may be too difficult to save in a year, there may be additional mortgage options that don’t require that amount.

Resolution:  Ditch the daily Starbucks run and boost your savings!

Resolution #2:  Check Your Credit

Have you checked your credit report? If not, you should do that right away. Many credit reports contain errors and you will need time to have those mistakes removed.

Your credit score is a very important variable that lenders consider when deciding on your mortgage loan. To make sure you get the best possible rates, it is never too early to start improving your credit!

Resolution:  Check your credit score!

Resolution #3:  Pay Down Your Debt

Your debt-to-income ratio is an important factor for lenders. To help you achieve a favorable rate, focus on paying down your existing debt as much as possible. This new year commit to paying more toward credit card debt, student loans, medical debt, and other debt streams. With fewer dollars owed, you will be in a better position to afford a mortgage once you buy a home!

Resolution:  Brown bag your lunch and put the savings toward your debt.

Resolution #4:  Start Building Your Home Purchase Team

Buying a home on your own is no easy task, which is why most home buyers opt to utilize the talents of many professionals along the way. The new year is the perfect time to start thinking about building the home buying dream team that can help you find your home and pay for it too!

Your team should include an experienced real estate agent that can guide you through the process and a licensed loan officer that can assist you with all of the intricacies of the mortgage process.  Your real estate agent can also assist you with home inspectors, general contractors and a real estate attorney that can assist with repair negotiations and with your home closing.

Resolution:  Commit to finding an experienced real estate agent and lender that can guide you to finding your new home!

Wrapping Up

If you are planning to buy a home in 2019, now is the time to commit to your home purchase!  With a few simple resolutions, you could be living in your dream home this year!

We hope you have a very happy and prosperous New Year!

About Log Pond Realty 

Home is where your story begins. Home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.

Fall at the Pond

Fall is coming to a close & winter is just around the corner. We have had such a great fall season helping our clients and enjoying time with family and friends. We are looking forward to a great holiday season and 2019!

 

About Log Pond Realty

Home is where your story begins. A home is where hopes and dreams are born, memories are made, and lives are lived. We would love the opportunity to assist you in writing your new story.

We can be reached via email at inquiries@logpondrealty.com or by phone at 919.589.3576.

We service the Triangle region of North Carolina including Raleigh, Cary, Apex, Holly Springs, Morrisville, Fuquay-Varina, Durham, Chapel Hill, Wake Forest, and Garner.