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When searching for homes for sale in North Carolina, The Durham/Chapel Hill areas are wonderful cities to settle down. Duke University in Durham and UNC in Chapel Hill are both amazing educational opportunities. Each city’s medical facilities are world renown research centers. Durham’s Downtown area has had a full revitalization to include hip bars and breweries, unique dining experiences, the largest performing arts center on the east coast(DPAC), and houses many technical start-ups. Chapel Hill has a small, cozy feeling while still being a part of a larger metro area. For over three decades Chapel Hill has held the annual street fair, Festifall, in October. Some new urbanist village neighborhoods are also blooming, including Meadowmont Village and Southern Village. Meadowmont and Southern Village provide green space for outdoor concerts and movies, shopping centers, neighborhood pools, and schools.

If you’re in the market for a single-family home, luxury house, or townhome, contact The Anna Terry Team-Keller Williams for a free buyer’s consultation. We’re devoted to serving our buyers to the best of our ability and will find you the perfect property for your lifestyle. With our code of ethics, we’re an extremely professional agency. Our in-depth community and market knowledge, negotiation skills, and dedication to getting you the best deal make us the best choice of REALTORS® in the area. We’ll also be available for questions through email, text, and over the phone whenever you need us.

Trust us to use the latest innovations to help you find or sell a home. To learn more about real estate in Durham and Chapel Hill, give us a call. When you’re ready to begin your selling or buying experience, contact us to schedule a free consultation and we’ll work together as a team from start to finish. We’ve received several referrals because of our devotion to our client relationships and we’ll work hard for you too. Give us a call or email today to begin a successful journey through North Carolina real estate.

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ABR, Accredited Buyer Representative
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CRS®, Certified Residential Specialist®
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