Military on the Move®

Military on the Move® ((MOM) is a FREE real estate rebate and information program developed by Leading Real Estate Companies of the World® to allow military home buyers to earn CASH BACK when they buy or sell a home. This is a tremendous value to military personnel in close proximity to the New Bern Real Estate Market.  North Carolina is home to key military installations and New Bern is within a 30 to 45 minute drive from Cherry Point's Marine Air Station and Jacksonville's Camp Lejune Marine base.  We are excited to bring this great program to locals and those who would relocate here in service to our great country. Contact us to learn more on how you, a friend or loved one can take advantage of this program.  Watch the video below to learn more!

Neuse Realty’s Margie Dunn and Cody Kleinwolterink explain Military on the Move® on All About Craven!

Winning as a Buyer in a Sellers’ Market [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Keeping Current Matters | December 11, 2020

Some Highlights Buying a home in today’s sellers’ market doesn’t have to feel like an uphill battle. Here are four ways to make sure you’re positioned for success when making a home purchase, even when the scale tips toward sellers. Let’s connect to make sure you’re armed for victory in the housing market this season.

Why It Makes Sense to Sell Your House This Holiday Season

By Keeping Current Matters | December 10, 2020

If you’re one of the many homeowners thinking about taking your house off the market for the holidays, hang on. You definitely don’t want to miss the great selling opportunity you have right now. Here’s why this month is the optimal time to make sure your house is available for holiday buyers. The latest Existing Home […]

Are Home Prices Headed Toward Bubble Territory?

By Keeping Current Matters | December 9, 2020

Talk of a housing bubble is beginning to crop up as home prices have appreciated at a rapid pace this year. This is understandable since the appreciation of residential real estate is well above historic annual averages. According to the Federal Housing Finance Agency (FHFA), annual appreciation since 1991 has averaged 3.8%. Here are the […]

An Honest Look at Unemployment Numbers

By Keeping Current Matters | December 8, 2020

Last Friday, the Bureau of Labor Statistics released the November Jobs Report. It revealed that, though headed in the right direction, the nation’s job recovery has slowed. The consensus reaction is best exemplified by a quote from Glassdoor Senior Economist, Daniel Zhao: “We saw positive job gains, but I think the sentiment is largely negative […]

How Remote Work Can Power Your Vacation Home Sale

By Keeping Current Matters | December 7, 2020

This year, the opportunity to work remotely has increased the demand for vacation homes. Gay Cororaton, Senior Economist and Director of Housing and Commercial Research at the National Association of Realtors (NAR), notes: “Working from home is a positive factor in demand for vacation homes.” Buyers are taking advantage of the fact that working from […]

The Path to Homeownership [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Keeping Current Matters | December 4, 2020

Some Highlights If you’re thinking of buying a home and not sure where to start, you’re not alone. Here’s a map with 10 simple steps to follow in the homebuying process. Let’s connect today to discuss the specific steps along the way in our local area.

A New Way to Shop for Homes in a Virtual World

By Keeping Current Matters | December 3, 2020

In a year when we’re learning to do so much remotely, homebuying is no exception. From going to work to attending school, grocery shopping, and even seeing our doctors online, digital practices have changed the way we live. This year, rather than delaying their home purchases, buyers – alongside their trusted real estate professionals – […]

With Home Values Surging, Is it Still Affordable to Buy Right Now?

By Keeping Current Matters | December 2, 2020

Housing inventory is at an all-time low. Realtor.com just reported that there are 39% fewer homes for sale today than there were last year. At the same time, buyer demand remains strong. In a recent newsletter, research analyst Ivy Zelman explained: “Although the headwind of severe supply constraints in most markets has contributed to slight […]

Knowledge Is Power on the Path to Homeownership

By Keeping Current Matters | December 1, 2020

Homeownership is on the goal list for many young adults, but sometimes it’s hard to know exactly how to get there. From understanding the homebuying process to pre-approval and down payment assistance options, uncertainty along the way can ultimately hold some buyers back. Today, there are over 75 million Millennials and 67 million Gen Z’ers […]

5 Tips for Homebuyers Who Want to Make a Competitive Offer

By Keeping Current Matters | November 30, 2020

Today’s real estate market has high buyer interest and low housing inventory. With so many buyers competing for a limited number of homes, it’s more important than ever to know the ins and outs of making a confident and competitive offer. Here are five keys to success for this important stage in the homebuying process. […]

Key Terms to Know in the Homebuying Process [INFOGRAPHIC]

By Keeping Current Matters | November 27, 2020

Some Highlights Buying a home can be intimidating if you’re not familiar with the terms used throughout the process. To point you in the right direction, here’s a list of some of the most common language you’ll hear along the way. The best way to ensure your homebuying process is a positive one is to […]

Your House May Be High on the Buyer Wish List This Holiday Season

By Keeping Current Matters | November 25, 2020

Around this time each year, many homeowners decide to wait until after the holidays to sell their houses. Similarly, others who already have their homes on the market remove their listings until the spring. Let’s unpack the top reasons why selling your house now, or keeping it on the market this season, is the best […]

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