Shrouder, Tracey REALTOR - 336 505-1080
Real Estate Agent in Greensboro, NC
Wow! So SPRING is finally here! I had begun to wonder if Winter was going to last forever! I'm so thrilled to see all the blooming trees and flowers, people outside of their winter caves, and lots of new homes hitting the market. It seems like everyone is looking to buy a new home right now, and the tax credit is definitely a huge part of that. You have to be under contract on a home by April 30th to still receive the credit.and We can assist with that at 360 Realty. We currently have a Large list of Foreclosures if you are searching for a great deal (many are in move in condition for well under value)
Triad Area Foreclosures for Sale
read moreForeclosures are getting harder and harder to find, but we're here to help you in your search. If you are in the market for a short sale, foreclosed or REO property, please contact us to get the latest list. Though we display the most recent foreclosures listed in our MLS, not all properties make it online. They sell too quickly! To be in the know when it comes to foreclosures, you need a licensed real estate agent working for you on the inside. We'd love to help you keep track of the latest opportunities in the Triad area.
Kernersville Real Estate
read moreKernersville is rich with history and tradition but filled with innovative ideas, spirit, and civic pride. We are a progressive full-service community providing well-equipped and highly trained public safety services, solid waste collection, street maintenance and repair services, stormwater management, community development and building inspections services, all while maintaining numerous beautifully landscaped parks that provide a wide variety of recreational activities.
Winston-Salem Real Estate
read moreWinston-Salem, referred to by locals as just Winston, is a region with an upward trajectory that still maintains its Southern roots. But while the city is traditionally Southern in its friendliness, it has an international feel. The metro area celebrates its diversity during an array of festivals and through a variety of cuisines. You'll find restaurants serving everything from traditional North Carolina barbecue to Indian curries and Greek pastries. Unlike many of North Carolina's other larger metro areas, like Charlotte, Raleigh and Durham, Winston has not seen a huge population boom over the years.
Greensboro Real Estate
read moreGreensboro, North Carolina, is one of those places that's big enough to have everything you need but small enough for you to regularly bump into people you know. People who live here love it and say they have no reason to leave. Those who do leave will often return home to Greensboro to raise their families. Greensboro is part of the Piedmont Triad (which also includes Winston-Salem and High Point) and is nicknamed the "Gate City" with good reason: It's a short jaunt to and from all the major cities in North Carolina.
Lewisville Real Estate
read moreLewisville is a residential community of more than 13,000 in western Forsyth County, North Carolina. While the town was incorporated in 1991, we have a long history as a township dating back to the 1700s. One of the reasons the residents decided to incorporate was to retain our small town feel, and a great deal of time and effort have gone into planning for future growth.
read moreOur website features the best Whitsett real estate search for homes, condos, land and foreclosure properties available. It is the only site you will ever need! It is easy-to-use and updated by the official Realtor's database every 15 minutes. You can save searches, and get daily email alerts of new listings, price changes, sold data, and market reports. Our Interactive Map Search allows you to view properties on a map or refine your search by drawing the boundaries around the area you desire. Curious about what's happening in your neighborhood?
Clemmons Real Estate
read moreWe are proud to offer a wonderful community; enriching arts and champion sports. To the east is the city of Winston-Salem. Tanglewood Park is to the west providing an array of activities. Their holiday Festival of Lights is a sight to behold. We have a thriving retail community and our choice of restaurants matches that of any large city. And, the Hattie Butner stagecoach, which helped put Clemmons on the map, is on display at Village Hall. Our Village enjoys a low tax rate which provides curbside solid waste and recycling collection; an annual bulk item pick up; additional Forsyth County public safety officers; street maintenance, street lights at all intersections; and a grass, leaf and limb collection program which in turn provides mulch for the village landscaping projects and when available for our residents.
Selling Your Triad Area Home
read moreA listing agent represents you and has a fiduciary responsibility to look out for your best interests. Interview agents and meet with at least three of them as you make a decision. Try to hire experience. Ask questions about your listing agreement, including the length of time the home will be listed. A seller's greatest mistake is often overpricing her home. Keep your price in line with sold homes that have been identified in a comparative market analysis report. Consider whether your market is hot, cold, or neutral and price according to the market temperature.