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This or That: Tile vs. Stone Fireplaces

The forecast this weekend is perfect reading weather. So, fix your favorite drink, grab a snack and get cozy. This week’s This or That series will focus on fireplaces. Is a brick fireplace better than a tile fireplace? Sit back, satiate your appe...

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This or That: Screened-in Porches vs. Sunrooms

Welcome back to our This or That series. If you are a new reader, the goal for this series to showcase home trends we see every day. Whether we are helping to sell or to buy a home, we see these different aspects of the home that have both benefits...

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This or That: Marble vs. Butcher Block

The best part about owning a home is the freedom to decorate. Billy Baldwin once said, “Be faithful to your own taste, because nothing you really like is ever out of style.” As the leading real estate team in Eastern North Carolina, we see both...

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Buyer Basics: Part 8 - Closing

For those of you that have been following this series for the past eight weeks, Tyre Realty Group thanks you. Throughout this series, we have tried to take prospective buyers throughout the entire buying process while answering frequently asked que...

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Seller Strategy : Part 8 - Closing

If you have been following along for the past eight weeks, we have reached the preverbal light at the end of the tunnel. Throughout this Seller Strategy series, we have journeyed through the selling process. If you have read along, we have taken yo...

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Buyer Basics: Part 7 - After Due Diligence

For buyers and sellers, the end of the due diligence period is a significant period. At this point in the transaction, the seller understands that if the buyer terminates, then the buyer will forfeit both their earnest money deposit and their due d...

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Seller Strategy: Part 7 - Due Diligence

When a home is under contract, sellers might not want to relax. North Carolina utilizes a Due Diligence period. As a seller, there are only three pieces of information that a seller is obligated to disclose. First, sellers must inform a buyer if th...

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Karma Keg - Thursday, April 11 6 PM - 8 PM

Tyre Realty Group is proud to announce our very first Karma Keg charity event. TRG is extremely blessed to be supported by the Greenville community, as this community has helped us reach new heights annually. Without Greenville, TRG would not be wher...

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Buyer Basics: Part 6 - Due Diligence

Defined, caveat emptor is the principle that the buyer alone is responsible for checking the quality and suitability of goods before a purchase is made. North Carolina is a caveat emptor state. Simply put, North Carolina is a buyer beware state. Ho...

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Seller Strategy: Part 6 - Types of Offers

As the weather continues to rise, as do the number of buyers looking to purchase their new home. With such low inventory in Pitt County, the home buying market is extremely competitive. Currently, there are not enough quality homes on the market fo...

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Buyer Basics: Part 5 - Negotiating

In our very first installment of this series, we made it known that the current real estate market is experiencing a seller’s market. While sellers currently have the power in the market place, that should not dissuade buyers from purchasing. In ...

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Seller Strategy: Part 5 - No Offers

So, you have been following along with our Seller Strategy series and taken all our tips into account so far. But you still have not been able to put your home under contract. Now you are thinking, “What now?” Today, we will focus on tips to he...

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Seller Strategy: Part 4 - Marketing Tips

Over the past couple of weeks, we have discussed the appropriate time to list a home, tackled seller net, and covered the importance of correct representation. If you have been following along, those are all the steps a potential seller should take...

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Buyer Basics: Part 4 - Home Search

If you compare the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary definition for house and home, they are extremely similar.  House (n) – a building that serves as living quarters for one or a few families Home (n) – one’s place of residence Yet, ...

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