This Fourth of July Independence Day don’t just wave your American Flag and eat a hotdog! (although these are not bad ways to enjoy the holiday!)
As you enjoy this most patriotic of American holidays please make sure to take a moment to thank a current or former member of the armed services or if they are deployed, thank their spouse!
Also – remember that the North Carolina State Police are stepping up enforcement this week with numerous Driving While Impaired checkpoints so if you are planning on enjoying adult beverages make sure that you designate a driver or captain if you are boating.
Koka Booth Amphitheatre -Another great reason to call Cary North Carolina home.
From Abba to Alan Jackson to Beer, Bourbon and BBQ, the Koka Booth Amphitheatre, located in the Regency Park area of Cary, hosts a variety of artists and festivals sure to appeal to and appease everyone. Nestled among fourteen acres of hardwoods, the Koka Booth Amphitheatre sits along the north bank of Symphony Lake. The Amphitheatre stands as if a warehouse has been stripped of its rugged, excluding walls to now exposed spindles spaced about, holding a web of framed steel and transparent glass as its inviting shelter for entertainment. Patrons can either sit on the well-manicured, verdant lawn or seating is available on the charming crescent shaped deck. Continue reading Koka Booth Amphitheatre – Cary, NC→
“The federal government is considering moving its local Immigration and Customs Enforcement office from a Cary office park to a former Kroger supermarket on N.C. Highway 55 and High House Road.” reported Sloane Heffernan from WRAL News.
Today’s historic low real estate prices in Raleigh North Carolina and the surrounding areas along with similarly low rates have made homeownership the best tool or hedge against inflation the average person can use to protect themselves from the imminent rising prices. If you have been waiting for the bottom, this loan officer is going on the record as saying THIS IS IT! Of course we will have no way of knowing that to be true until we look back six months from now and see that I was right, but by then it will be too late and you will have missed the best opportunity to have bought real estate in easily 30 or more years!