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Real Estate Broker Owner - Realty Arts
Cary NC, REALTOR® serving the Greater Wake County area.

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2007 

On October 9, 2007, Wake County, NC, voters will have the opportunity to vote to support Open Space Preservation, the Wake County Public Library system expansion and facility renovation, and capital improvements at Wake Tech Community College.  Amenities we take for granted will benefit from the ...
Posted over 6 years ago
Wake County, NC, is blessed with a fairly stable real estate market.  We don't have a huge price bubble, and we don't generally see the trough that some of the country is experiencing.Folks who want to buy a new home in Wake County aren't seeing the market dynamics incessantly promoted in the nat...
Posted over 6 years ago
With new construction homes on smaller and smaller lots, many Buyers are looking at older neighborhoods like Scottish Hills in Cary, NC.  They don't like the way whole subdivisions are denuded of trees, with ornamental trees planted after construction.Scottish Hills, Cary, NC is the antidote to t...
Posted over 6 years ago
  This home was destroyed by a recent fire.I went by to visit some nice folks whom I helped buy a home recently in Southern Wake County.  On the way in, I saw this sad image two doors down from my clients' new address.  When my clients answered the door, I asked them about it.  Of course, fire ca...
Posted over 6 years ago
Can we really afford the cheap print shops available on the internet?  The vistaprints and overnightprints, etc?When is the last time some feller in a print shop ten states away called you and said, "I really like these business cards we printed for you.  Do you have any nice 4/3/3's on a half ac...
Posted over 6 years ago
Affordable housing demand coupled with a growing desire for larger lots, mature landscaping and tall trees are factors that are driving an increase in requests for homes in older Cary and Raleigh neighborhoods.  I enjoy taking clients to various mature neighborhoods like Scottish Hills, Farmingto...
Posted over 6 years ago
 Shelley Lake is part of the Raleigh, North Carolina Parks and Recreation System.  The park surrounds the 53 acre lake.  The main entrance is off Millbrook Road in North Raleigh, leading to picnic areas, play areas, a 2+ mile paved trail around the lake, the Sertoma Park and Arts Center, a boatho...
Posted over 6 years ago
Okay.I surrender.  Unconditionally.I capitulate to the heat Gods, or the flames of Beezel-Bubba, or whatever is going on in Wake County,NC.When I said "95 Degrees is NOT HOT" it was absolutely NOT MEANT as a challenge!It's so dang hot, Barry Saunders says in the Raleigh New and Observer today tha...
Posted over 6 years ago
  Madison Oaks in Cary, NC, is a small neighborhood of starter homes that was built from 1989 to 1994.  It is centrally located to take advantage of Cary amenities and services, and easy access to the Research Triangle Park, Raleigh, NC, and NC State University.   Homes vary from 1200 to 2000 squ...
Posted over 6 years ago
 We are blessed with a lot of lakes and ponds in the Wake County, North Carolina area.  But many people are frustrated that large lakes have developmental controls that prevent them from building waterfront homes.  Lake Royale in Franklin County is an exception.  Bunn Lake, on the Wake County/Fra...
Posted over 6 years ago
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Mike Jaquish

919-880-2769 Cary, NC, Real Estate
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Cary, NC, blog. I'm in Cary, North Carolina, writing about Real Estate, including Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Wake County, NC, and around the USA..