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Chatham County real estate property transactionsChatham County real estate property transactions
[Aug. 1, 2005] The following are Chatham County real estate property transactions from May 27 through July 1, 2005, of a value greater than $500, as recorded by the Chatham County Register of Deeds. On revenue stamps in the state of North Carolina, one dollar equals $500.
Also: Presented Exclusively by Chris Ketchel
 
Chatham County real estate property transactionsChatham County real estate property transactions
[Jun. 26, 2005] The following are Chatham County real estate property transactions from April 20 through May 26, 2005, of a value greater than $500, as recorded by the Chatham County Register of Deeds. On revenue stamps in the state of North Carolina, one dollar equals $500.
Also: Presented Exclusively by Chris Ketchel
 
Selling your house: Ten tipsSelling your house: Ten tips
[Jun. 21, 2005] One of the biggest mistakes people make when selling a house, is not understanding real estate value. It doesn't matter at all what you think your home is worth. The value of your home, and any improvements you made, is determined by buyers. What you enjoyed about your house is irrelevant when it's time to sell it. Think in terms of what other people want, and use some of the following tips. By Steve Gillman
 
Review of Briar Chapel market analysisReview of Briar Chapel market analysis
[Jun. 9, 2005] The original Briar Chapel market analysis correctly concludes that homebuyers in our market have a strong desire to live in master-planned communities, and they suggest that homebuyers will pay a premium to live in a “green” community. However, in Chatham County there will be a great deal of competition from communities that are even greener. By Lynn Monson Hayes
 
Eric C. Andrews, selected by the Realtors® Land InstituteEric C. Andrews, selected by the Realtors® Land Institute
[Jun. 7, 2005] Eric C. Andrews, of Realty World Carolina Properties, Pittsboro, North Carolina has been selected for membership by the REALTORS® Land Institute (RLI). The announcement was made by RLI, which is an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors®. Eric C. Andrews is also a member of the Raleigh Board of REALTORS® and the RLI North Carolina Chapter.
Also: REALTORS® Land Institute
Also: Realty World Carolina Properties
 
Chatham County real estate property transactionsChatham County real estate property transactions
[May 1, 2005] The following are Chatham County real estate property transactions from March 23 through April 20, 2005, of a value greater than $500, as recorded by the Chatham County Register of Deeds. On revenue stamps in the state of North Carolina, one dollar equals $500.
Also: Presented Exclusively by Chris Ketchel
 
Chatham County real estate property transactionsChatham County real estate property transactions
[Apr. 1, 2005] The following are Chatham County real estate property transactions from February 24 through March 23, 2005, of a value greater than $500, as recorded by the Chatham County Register of Deeds. On revenue stamps in the state of North Carolina, one dollar equals $500.
Also: Presented Exclusively by Chris Ketchel
 
Get your house ready for a quick saleGet your house ready for a quick sale
[Mar. 22, 2005] If you’re planning to sell your house this spring, you’re going to have a lot of competition for potential buyers. According to the National Association of Realtors, more homes are listed and sold between February and June than any other time of the year; and 2005 will be the second best year on record for home sales. An estimated 6.54 million existing homes will be sold this year.
 
Chatham County real estate property transactionsChatham County real estate property transactions
[Mar. 1, 2005] The following are Chatham County real estate property transactions from January 24 through February 23, 2005, of a value greater than $500, as recorded by the Chatham County Register of Deeds. On revenue stamps in the state of North Carolina, one dollar equals $500.
Also: Presented Exclusively by Chris Ketchel
 
Chatham County real estate property transactionsChatham County real estate property transactions
[Feb. 1, 2005] The following are Chatham County real estate property transactions from January 3 through January 21, 2005, of a value greater than $500, as recorded by the Chatham County Register of Deeds. On revenue stamps in the state of North Carolina, one dollar equals $500.

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