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Great opportunity to live in prime Danbury at Regency in Cary for only $365,000!

Beautiful 4 Bedroom or 3 Bedroom plus Bonus Room with a Closet!

 

 

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Welcome to your new home in popular Danbury in the heart of Regency. Enjoy two pools and tennis or a quick walk to Symphony Lake! Located on a wooded, half-acre cul-de-sac lot, this move-in ready home offers fresh paint, newly refinished hardwood floors and new carpet! There is plenty of room for family and friends with three bedrooms plus a bonus room with closet that can be a 4th bedroom. Note the smooth ceilings, crown molding and gleaming hardwood floors. A flexible floor plan offers spaces for a living room, music room, or office with built in bookcases. The cook in the family will enjoy the kitchen with 42″ white cabinets, planning desk, display cabinets, stainless steel appliances, and granite counters. Enjoy family meals in the dining room with trey ceiling or the large breakfast area. Relax in your comfortable family room with fireplace, ceiling fan and wooded views. The master suite has a garden tub, shower and large walk-in closet. Relax in your expansive fenced backyard complete with deck, patio and fire pit, plus a playset. You will love this great neighborhood with easy access to all that Cary offers! Welcome to Danbury at Regency!

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PROPERTY DETAILS


Year Built: 1997
Garage Size: 2
Lot Size: .51 acres
Bathroom on Main Floor
Bonus Room
Central Air
Fireplace
Forced Air
Hardwood Floors
Utilities on Upper Floor
Garage – Attached
Cul-de-Sac Location
Fenced Yard

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Entertaining paradise in Medfield Estates

OK sports-fans! Check out the man-cave at our new listing: Three big-screen TVs, all tuned to different channels, in a back-yard pavilion made for entertaining. This main-floor master house is minutes from downtown Raleigh. Click here for the drone tour:     https://tinyurl.com/y86f5l66

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Buyers Flocking to ‘Harshest’ Market Yet

The climate is gradually moving toward spring-like temperatures…but it is burning up in housing, with prices rising 8 percent year-over-year, according to a new realtor.com® report. The climb in March sent the median list price to $280,000—above the prior record $275,000 from July 2017.

Based on data from realtor.com, there were 1.29 million March listings (a decline of 8 percent year-over-year), and homes lasted 63 days on-market (a 7 percent decline year-over-year and a 24 percent decline month-over-month).

“Our latest inventory data tells us buyers are out in full force this spring,” says Javier Vivas, director of Economic Research for realtor.com. “Never in history have there been more eyes on fewer homes than today. At the end of March, we observed price gains that put us on pace for half of the homes listed this summer to be above $300,000. Buyers are not just paying more for the same home; the mix of homes in the market is rapidly changing.”

 According to Vivas, the most affordable homes are the most scarce—and the most sought-after.

“The injection of new listings above $350,000 remains healthy, but inventory between $200,000 and $350,000 remains anemic and non-existent under $200,000,” Vivas says. “This bodes well for buyers in the upper and luxury tiers but paints a darker picture for the entry-level market. If the pattern holds, one in 12 listings nationally will be listed above $1,000,000 this summer, while only one in three will be listed under the $200,000—the sweet spot targeted by nearly half of all buyers. In February, above-$1,000,000 homes made up only one in every 40 home sales.”

 “March housing trends show the inventory depletion we’ve seen over the last two buying seasons is carrying over to this year,” says Vivas. “It’s going to be a languid search for buyers this season as they face the harshest, most competitive buying conditions yet.”

by: Suzanne De Vita, RISMedia