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Why Working With a Real Estate Broker Benefits You - 5 Part Series

by AH for Masha Halpern

 

If only selling your home were as easy as putting in a yard sign; or if finding the right home were as easy as browsing zillow, touring the home, and agreeing on a price with a seller. Technology can make it seem as if the home selling or buying process is easier than ever… and in many ways there is a lot more information available to the general public than ever before but there are also many complicated issues like navigating the due diligence period and legal processes. Having a fiduciary Broker with a focus on being an expert in her field on your side helps you stay out of the pitfalls of inspections, loan processing and the ever-changing real estate laws. Working with Masha will also help you understand a shifting, buyer,  balanced, or seller driven market and how that market condition can affect your ability to buy and sell your home. There is a lot of legal paperwork to manage too, so hiring a real estate Broker is a smart first step to protect your family’s investment!

Below is the first part of a 5 part series highlighting some of the  important reasons why having a Broker representing your interests helps protect your largest investment and lower the headaches and bumps along the way!

With over 31 years experience, our team, Masha Halpern Boutique Real Estate at Keller Williams United excels in all of these categories.
 

Here’s an overview of the topics we’ll cover:

Part 1: Money

Part 2: Time

Part 3: Expertise & Ethics

Part 4: Education & Real Estate Law

Part 5: Emotions

 

 

Money

Probably number one at the forefront of people’s mind is the money factor. Either you’ve invested hundreds of thousands of dollars in your home and want to get a good return on investment, or you are looking to invest in a home that will not only serve your family’s needs but make a smart financial investment.
 

Here are some ways that a good Broker will help you with the financial parts of this process:

Knowledge of the Market
A great agent like Masha studies the market and knows the current conditions. This will help you determine when to sell/buy and whether there are things you can do to improve the ability  for reaching your goals.

Pricing

You have a number in your head, but is it realistic? Where are you getting your information from and how specific if that price opinion compared to the specific neighborhood/community  and real estate market? Generalizations can be costly to you. Pricing your home too high will not only cost you in time on the market & extend your mortgage carrying costs , but it will also leave buyers wondering why your home has not sold. The National Association of Realtors has researched and found that year after year, a home that has been on the market longer experiences more price adjustments & ultimately sells for less than if it had been priced properly from the start . Having an experienced broker like Masha pricing your home based on your home’s specific features with THE most relevant sales in your local community will keep your pricing mindset and expectations realistic and competitive to bring the most buyers for it to sell. Of course pricing your home too low will not maximize your investment but having a pricing strategy tailored to your communities specific market indicators could get you in a position to really take advantage of what your market offers. Aligning yourself with Masha will position you your home and price because she has decades of market experience and the highest level of knowledge to accomplish this and meet your needs.

 

Representation & Negotiating

Price seems to be the major point of negotiations in real estate transactions but there are actually many parts to the contract which can be used to your advantage and can effect the success of an offer:  Some of these terms are due diligence length, earnest money amount, inspection repair requests, settlement date, personal property as part of the sale to name a few. Knowing what is the best combination of terms for your personal needs & how to present them to the other party is  a strong talent of Masha’s and why so many of her clients hire her again and again. She’s been in the business for over 26 years and has tons of knowledge and experience to help meet your goals!
 

Masha will also exclusively represent you. Bound by the code of ethics from the National Association of Realtors, and also by her own mission statement, Masha will put your interests first and will have complete commitment to you and confidentiality for your situation. There’s a good chance that the Buyer/Seller on the other side of the transaction has someone representing them and aligning yourself with Masha gives you an  “edge” above others.
 

Next week we’ll present Part 2: Time, and consider the many ways this precious commodity can be freed up for you and your family.

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by Masha Halpern

10 Bits of Wisdom for Selecting a Contractor

by LC for Masha Halpern

If ever there was a daunting decision to be made about your home, hiring a contractor would be top of the list. If renovating, who will understand what you're looking for and have the professional know-how to implement? If updating a kitchen or bathroom, who do you call on to get the job done, and get it done right? How do you find that person you trust implicitly with your biggest baby, your home?

Here's 10 tips that will help you zero in on the right contractor for you:

1. Recommendations from Reliable Sources - Your friends, family, coworkers, and neighbors will be your best source for finding the phenomenal contractor of your dreams, so ask! If it helps, take a look at the work they had done by the contractor they recommended.

2. Check the Legitimacy of the Contractor - Before the hire is made, make sure your contractor is licensed, bonded and insured. Ask that they provide proof of insurance by showing certificates for workers compensation and their general liability policy. It's better to be safe than sorry!

3. Contact BBB - You'll be able to find out if any complaints have been filed against a contractor by contacting your local BBB (Better Business Bureau). Visit their site, www.bbb.org, for more tips on hiring contractors!

4. Obtain Estimates in Writing - If you've been given the names of several different contractors, call them all to have them give written estimates for the work you need done. Estimates are generally free, so you may not want to hire someone who charges for this. When you get an estimate in writing, be sure it includes any and every oral agreement made between you and the contractor, and a line-by-line cost breakdown that includes labor and materials.

5. Ask the Contractor for Referrals - It is perfectly reasonable to ask the contractor (politely, of course) for names and numbers of their previous customers. Hearing about the experience of other customers firsthand will speak volumes about the contractor in question.

6. Measure Price & Quality - The saying "You get what you pay for" is often true, but it's also possible to be paying out the wazoo for poor quality. Therefore, do not rely solely on the dollar signs in front of you. On top of price, assess the quality of the contractor's workmanship, as well as making sure quality materials and construction techniques are being applied.

7. Collect a Copy of the Contract - The contract should include a start and end date, spell out the work that is to be done, payment agreements and warranty info. It should ALSO include a "hold harmless" clause that should benefit you as the client as it states the contractor will indemnify you for your liability to those who may be injured or whose property was damaged in the course of the contract's work. Seek the consult of your attorney for confirmation of proper terms and conditions.

8. There's No Pressure to Sign a Contract Immediately - Red flags should go off in your head if a contractor requires you to quickly sign a contract before the "price changes." Most of the time you won't receive an estimated price that is subject to change in a day or week's time.

9. For Peace of Mind, Hire an Attorney - Hiring an attorney to review your contract before signing is a resourceful decision if the job you need done is major or concerns a large sum of money.

10. Alert Your Insurance Company - Before the contractor gets started, contact your insurance agent to notify him/her of the work that is about to take place on your home. Your agent should clarify if you're currently covered sufficiently and disclose if you have different insurance needs before, during and after the work is completed.

If you're a homeowner and you found these tips to be helpful, great! If you're looking to buy a home in the near future, don't hesitate to contact us anytime! With 22 years of real estate experience, we can help you find just what you're looking for.

 

 

Content courtesy of Chubb Group of Insurance Companies.

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

When It Comes To Chimneys, Is Water Or Fire More Damaging?

by LC for Masha Halpern

Do you know which element is more harmful to your chimney? The obvious answer is fire, right?

WRONG. Water is the culprit to most chimney damage, according to the Chimney Safety Institute. Pesky freezing temperatures and rain mixed with poor construction can lead to brick, stone and concrete cracking, wood rot, and rust on metal flashing.

Here are four common leaks chimney specialists often encounter, and ones you should look out for when buying a home:

1. Cracks in the masonry crown. The very top of a masonry chimney is the crown. Most of the time masons use brick-laying mortar to create the crown, and this will crack and split nearly as soon as the mortar dries. The act of cracking and splitting lets water seep into the top and down the chimney. 

2. Cracks in the mortar between bricks. The minute cracks you see between the mortar and brick look harmless enough, but they may as well be gaping holes once a nice little thunderstorm hits. Rain and wind can easily drive water into these "small" cracks, creating leaks in your attic or walls of your home (in other words, this leak leaves a nasty mess for you).

3. Rust on metal flashing or chase covers. Whether the leak is a trickle or a flood, the result will be damage to sheetrock, which can then generate mold and mildew and possibly warp floors.

4. Pores that naturally occur in the masonry. Almost all masonry has tiny holes, particularly brick and concrete. Depending on what type of brick you have, there are kinds that are more porous than others. Essentially, you do not want spalling to occur, which is where moisture has infiltrated the brick and frozen, causing the brick's front face to fall off. 

If you live in the Chapel Hill, Durham or Raleigh/Cary area and are experiencing any of the above problems with your chimney, feel free to contact Masha Halpern & The Smart Move Team for a referral to a trusted chimney specialist!

 

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

 

 

Pros and No's to Kitchen Design in 2014

by LC for Masha Halpern

Kitchen design for 2014 may have you a little shocked and surprised as once popular trends start to make their way out. If you're in the beginning stages of remodeling your kitchen, take a quick peak at what experts say are "Do's" and "Don'ts" this year.

Solid-Surface Countertops - Do

According to Marc Thee of Marc-Michaels Interior Design, Inc., synthetic materials are becoming highly attractive to homeowners because they, unlike granite, are durable and have a guaranteed beautiful finish. Solid-surface counters offer multiple color options and have several thicknesses to choose from. CaesarStone and Zodiaq are among the popular choices.

Granite Countertops - Don't

There's no denying granite makes a beautiful countertop, so why is it going out of style? Because it's EXPENSIVE and UNRELIABLE. Granite is unreliable in two senses: 1) It can chip easily, so it's not great for everyday wear and tear... particularly if you have kids. 2) Granite's overall cohesive look is unpredictable. Two slabs may be the exact same, but a third could have unwanted pink lines running through them. There's no such thing as control when you're dealing with natural materials.

Open Cabinets - Do

Open shelves and glass-front cabinets are all the rage these days. This is due to changes in lifestyle; kitchens are now a hangout spot and place for entertaining. Homeowners want their kitchens to be just as decorative as the rest of the house, and open shelves and glass-front cabinets allow for handsome arrangement of china and dishes.

Closed Cabinets - Don't

Jamie Beckwith of Beckwith Interiors in Nashville says that closed cabinets are desired less and less these days because they do not mix well with the "open entertaining" feel many homeowners are trying to achieve. Furthermore, Beckwith mentions closed cabinets cut off your line of sight. She says, "People now want the sightline and above to be more decorative and homelike than typical kitchens with upper boxes around the room." 

Wood-Stained Cabinetry - Do

Let's face it, kitchens take a lot of beating - cabinetry included - which means homeowners are looking to stick with something that can handle the rough treatment. John Willey of Willey Design LLC points out that cabinets with a wood-stain finish are very forgiving and are "still protected by a top coat of polyurethane." He goes on to say "salvaged wood is very of the moment. It brings that character and romance that you don't get with other materials."

Lacquered Cabinetry - Don't

Willey comes down hard on lacquered cabinetry because it simply is not durable. It may look good for a time, "...but once you have one ding, you have to replace the whole cabinet door." We're not exactly talking cheap or sensible here.

Light-Colored Floors - Do ... Dark Floors - Don't

Dark floors are a thing of the past (more specifically the 1990s). Willey says the reason more of his clients are choosing lighter flooring now is because many "people are realizing it [dark wood] can show more scratches and dust than a pale wood." He goes on to say, "Homeowners with children can scratch up their floor more easily, but a paler wood can help disguise a lot of that."

 

Information contained within this blog is based on the article "What's In, What's Out for Kitchens in 2014" by Catherine Sherman, Zillow.

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

Townhouse vs Condominium - What's the Difference?

by LC for Masha Halpern

Condo, townhouse. Townhouse, condo. Are these terms interchangeable? Or does each represent entirely different modes of living space?

The North Carolina Real Estate Commission has the answer we're looking for. 

Condo - The owners of condos own the inside of their units.

TownhouseThe owners of townhouses own the whole unit, which includes exterior surfaces and even the land on which the townhouse rests.

While specifications on owning these two types of properties differ on paper, every condo and townhouse community has what are known as common areas (such as parking lots, recreation areas, sidewalks, etc.). But the legal relationship between an owner of a condo or townhouse and these common areas are different. Those who own condos have a shared ownership with other condo owners of the common areas, whereas common areas in a townhouse development are there for the use and benefit of unit owners, but are most often owned by a homeowners' association.

If you're interested in learning more about these multifamily properties and are looking to make a purchase in the near future, contact Masha Halpern. Masha has immense experience in dealing with multifamily residential properties and is more than capable of helping you find what you need!

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

 

Tips for Relocating in Retirement

by LC for Masha Halpern

Did you know that one-third of Baby Boomers make the decision to retire to a new state? If you're among the one-third who's made the definite decision to relocate for retirement, here are some things to consider before the big move is made.

Number one on the list? Decide where you want to retire! Narrowing down the exact place to nestle could be a challenge, so utilize the greatest resource at your fingertips, the Internet. Are you wanting a tropical destination out of the US? How about a quiet suburban area minutes from a slew of retirement-friendly activities? (Would it be helpful to have a relocation guide or area information? Click here to request one from Masha). The choice is yours - have fun surfing the web! 

Number two: Hire a Realtor. A listing agent can take care of the details of selling your home while you work with a buyer's agent to hone in on your new dream home. Life will be a lot easier with an agent on board - we guarantee it!

Get ready to put on your work clothes and gloves, because number three is ‚Äčempty out your garage, closets and attic. If you're moving halfway across the country, many of the things you've been collecting - but haven't used lately - will probably need to stay behind. 

Number four is perhaps the most difficult of all... telling family and friends about your plans to move away.  Procrastination is not the route you want to take with this one. A line like, "Kids, we're moving 2,000 miles away next week," might not go over well. Take their feelings into consideration and give them plenty of time to process that you won't be around the corner anymore. Being able to explain why you have chosen your new city will go a long way towards easing their concerns over your move.

If you or someone you know has plans to relocate to the Triangle area for retirement, Masha Halpern & The Smart Move Team are only a phone call away. Retirement should be the best time of your life, so let us help you find the perfect home to enjoy these remarkable years!  

 

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website at www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com  for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hill & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visitingwww.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

 

Buyers Agree NOW is the Time to Act

by Masha Halpern-MH

I'm seeing a lot of articles and posts from colleagues across the country and they all seem to be saying the same things...1. Houses are selling and faster than in previous years; and 2. Inventory is limited and that's starting to cause a shift over to a more favorable seller's market.

A recent article by Trulia, Inc released results of a survey that described common homebuyer mistakes.

Nearly 3/4 of those buyers also said that now is the time to buy- don't wait! One factor that is influencing them to say "NOW is the Time to Act"- Rising Home Prices. Other factors have led us to a 12 year inventory low, and this creates a seller's market! What this means is that IF you have to buy a home, you may have to compromise more than in previous years- or you may have to settle on a home that you don't love if you wait.

 

Here are some Home Buyer Regrets noted by The Welcome Home! publication-

I wish I chose a larger home 34%

I wish I had done that remodel- renovation 27%

I wish I had more information about the home (#1 Reason for working with Masha ) 22%

I wish I had made a larger down payment 18%

I wish I had been more financially secure before deciding 16%

It's a new year and I am definitely seeing more sellers getting prepared to make their  homes available for sale. Since so many buyers have been trying to wait it out, I suspect that homes will sell fast!

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel HillDurhamCarrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website atwww.TheSmartMoveTeam.com  for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is Chapel Hil & Durham's EXCLUSIVE  member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price pointsMasha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visitingwww.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

 

 

Check Your Credit Before You Shop for a New Home

by Masha Halpern

Buying a home is a big step. A home mortgage is a long-term commitment, unlike any other item you’ll buy. To prepare for applying for a mortgage, take these steps to make sure your credit is in good shape.

The first thing to do is check your credit reports. You can do this once a year for free. Pull your records from all three credit bureaus. Read over them, and make sure all of the information is correct. For a small fee, you can also get your overall credit score.

If you find any errors on your credit report, work on getting them cleaned up before applying for a mortgage. It will make the process easier, and it could raise your score, which could get you a better rate. That can translate into saving thousands of dollars in interest over the life of the loan.

Common credit report errors include payments showing as late that really weren’t, and bills showing outstanding that have been paid off. Follow the credit bureau’s instructions to fix any errors you find.

Late payments can drop your credit score, but you can improve it by making all future payments on time. Experts also say that you can bump your score up by a few points by paying down your credit card balances. However, you’ll need to keep your balances down, so don’t charge new purchases to those credit cards.

Applying for new credit will also temporarily lower your credit score, so don’t buy any big ticket items, like a car or furniture, in the months before applying for a mortgage loan. Ideally you should not take on any new debt within a year of buying a home.

Finally, don’t close old accounts thinking it will raise your score. In general, you want to show a long, reliable credit history, so make sure you keep your oldest credit card open. Use your credit wisely, but don’t abuse it.

Making sure your credit is as good as it can be can save you money in the long run on a mortgage, as well as let you know how much house you can afford. This will let you shop for a home with confidence.

If you have any questions about checking your credit score or getting a mortgage pre-approval, contact me to set up an appointment for a consultation. I’d be happy to offer you suggestions on how to improve your score and help you find the home of your dreams.

Masha Halpern, Broker, CLHMS, GRI
Keller Williams Realty
Masha@MashaHalpern.com
919-414-0337  

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Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel Hill, Durham, Carrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is also a member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price points. Masha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

Photo courtesy Marius Mauresan, Stock.XCHNG.

Avoid These Major Home Buying Mistakes

by Masha Halpern

Right now, it’s a great time to buy a home. Properties are priced affordably, and interest rates are historically low. That doesn’t mean that you can go out and buy without thinking. You still need to do your homework and proceed with a plan.

After all, buying a home is likely the largest purchase you will ever make. Make sure you do it right by avoiding these major home buying mistakes.

Buying more house than you can afford. Spending more than you planned on a home may seem like no big deal, especially when you spread it out over a 30 year mortgage. Over time, however, those extra dollars each month can put a strain on your finances. Get preapproved for a mortgage so you know exactly how much you can spend, and stick with that figure.

Not having an emergency fund. Remember, once you own your home, you have to pay for anything that needs to be fixed. With any house, there will be expenses that you didn’t budget for. Make sure you have an emergency stash of cash to help you get through unexpected repairs.

Not getting an inspection before you buy. You’ve looked over the house thoroughly, and so have your in-laws, and all your friends. However, there still could be hidden surprises waiting for you. A crumbling foundation, bad electrical wiring, or hidden roof damage are among the things likely to be spotted by an inspector’s trained eye.

Not thinking about resale value. Remember that you will probably sell your home at some point. Choose a home based on what you want, and also consider what other buyers are looking for. Look for desirable neighborhoods, schools, and other amenities so your house will hold its value.

Trying to do it yourself. Buying real estate is a complicated process. You need a professional to help guide you through buying your home. That’s where your Realtor® comes in. It just makes sense to have someone who is an expert to help you out.

Don’t just stumble blindly through the home buying process. Take care to avoid these mistakes, and you’re more likely to end up buying your dream home, instead of getting stuck with a nightmare.

Masha Halpern, Broker, CLHMS, GRI
Keller Williams Realty
Masha@MashaHalpern.com
919-414-0337  

Get your latest Home Value
Receive Your Personalized Listing Alerts

Masha Halpern and The Smart Move Team is your ultimate real estate resource for Chapel Hill, Durham, Carrboro and surrounding areas. Visit my website for detailed information regarding today’s real estate markets.

Masha is a certified member of The Luxury Home Marketing Institute, participates in its annual Leaders in Luxury Conference, and works with The Institute’s thousands of members worldwide to share information about current listings.

Masha is also a certified member of Keller Williams Luxury International and is also a member of Cyber Stars International – Top Realtors Using Technology – a group dedicated to taking the best and latest technological advances and applying them to real estate advertising and marketing for her clients in all price points. Masha Halpern can be contacted for a private consultation by calling 919-414-0337 or by visiting www.TheSmartMoveTeam.com.

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