The Metro Digs Walkable Triangle Neighborhoods Blog gives data, stories, and commentary on real estate and life in the most walkable Triangle neighborhoods of Raleigh, Durham, and Cary.
Five Points offers a good example of the quintessential “inside the beltline” experience, because it’s convenient to just about everything, has a diverse amount of housing (though that is changing quickly) and is walkable to popular restaurants.
Mordecai is a long established neighborhood just outside downtown with towering trees and a variety of architectural styles mostly from the early 20th century. Think craftsman bungalows, and Tudor/Colonial and other Revival styles.
Glenwood / Brooklyn is located right in the middle of Five Points, The Village District, and Glenwood South and offers a variety of entertainment options.
Two up-and-coming development projects near Raleigh's core will bring additional activity to already popular neighborhoods.
With the increasing number of tear downs, does that mean that small homes are limited to their land value? This post gets into the details of small home sales vs larger new construction sales.
Expanding on our Raleigh Top 8 Walkable Neighborhoods post, we decided to take a deep dive into each neighborhood to further demonstrate the benefits of each one. Today we’ll talk about Meredith Woods.
Metro Digs, Inc is celebrating its 5th year as a boutique and hyper local residential real estate firm in Raleigh, NC.
No question that it's a great time to sell, but don't fall into one of the classic myths of a hot market. We review the top myths and what to consider as truth.
Tips to navigating the insane real estate market as a buyer.
Ideas to consider when selling an older home in the Raleigh/Durham area.
An overview of the concept of Due Diligence and how buyers and sellers should prepare themselves when purchasing or selling property in NC.
We push back on the negativity about Downtown Raleigh and encourage you to visit to see for yourself!
Metro Digs announces the launch of their redesigned website, metrodigs.com. The new website reflects the firm’s specialization in walkable neighborhoods.
While we all tend to know instinctively that new development can drastically change an area, the kind of impact isn’t always clear.
While there are several condominium complexes in the center of downtown, buyers that want to purchase a single family home will want to focus on one of 5 neighborhood areas nestled around the center city.
Condo owners can rejoice, and buyers looking to purchase a condo using an FHA loan can finally explore a few more options in Downtown Raleigh or other area of the Triangle.
Due to factors emerging in the market, this may be a very good time for you to sell your home if you think you may need to cash in on the equity in your home sometime in the next 2 - 5 years.