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Information for people interested in selling or buying Fayetteville NC real estate as well as information on the local Fayetteville NC area such as sports, festivals, and other community interest items

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2007 

A new year is upon us again. I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year. As you probably realize by now I keep up with real estate sales trends and statistics in Fayetteville North Carolina. This keeps me and my associate agents on top of things to better serve our clients. This...
12/30/2007
 Fayetteville NC real estate agents, If you're not already you need to be using www.fampo.org, the website for Fayetteville Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (FAMPO). This site has the info you need on highway and other projects affecting your listings or the home your buyers want to bu...
12/10/2007
Hey, Everyone don't miss the Fayetteville North Carolina Christmas parade this Saturday December 8 starting at 11am. Location: downtown Hay Street, of course. I haven't been in a few years but I'm going this year mainly to live as a child again vicariously through my 2 year old daught...
12/06/2007
A college study has identified, something local citizens of Reaford North Carolina already know. There is a need for recreation in Hoke County. So a recommendation has been made to build a multi-million dollar multi-use facility. Commissioners would like the building on a seven-acre plot of land ...
12/06/2007
 News courtesy of Fayetteville NC real estate BlogInstead of driving 10-15 minutes to Fayetteville to shop residents of Hoke County may soon have a more local solution. Monday night the Hoke County board of commissioners approved a permit for a 190,000-square-foot anchor and several satellite sto...
12/06/2007
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