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Hottest homes to sell this month – so far

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Raleigh – Interest in new homes is picking up again after a dip earlier this year, even though mortgage rates are now averaging. 7% or moreand historical data show that, on average, they sell for a higher price than existing homes.

Want proof?

A record number of homes have been sold by the Jim Allen Group. Triangle Parade of Homes this month.

Held annually by local North Carolina homebuilder associations, including the Durham, Orange and Chatham county homebuilder associations, the event showcases local and national builders showcasing the latest homes at a wide range of price points. To do.

This year, as in previous years, builders showcased additional styles and must-see features that were on display during the multi-week event earlier this month.Homes in Pittsboro and Durham took center stage.

When continuation of immigration In a triangle with movers relocating from other, more expensive housing markets, builders Accelerate development For more than a decade, as the population continues to grow.

That includes Johnston County. Fastest Growing Counties in the Nationand could see thousands of new homes Available in 2022 and 2023.

Still, many new homes were contracted in October. Take a look at some of the housing offered as part of this year’s event.

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Outstanding in Pittsboro

This 3-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home “combines vibrant comfort with the highest quality craftsmanship to present a unique and welcoming lifestyle home plan.”

Home 233 Mindy’s Lane was awarded a Gold Star at the Parade of Homes earlier this month. Already, the new home listed for $599,000 and offered by David Weekly Homes is pending sale.

Pictures of 233 Mindy’s Lane

Another Pittsboro home with a similar design also won a silver medal at the Parade of Homes in October.

However, the house at Jaspers Point 235 is not so modest. Listed on Parade of Homes for $1.9 million.

Jaspers Point in Chatham County is on the market for $1.9 million

Neighborhoods in New Franklin County

Two homes in Franklin County are currently pending sale. If approved, they would be the most expensive homes in the county, each at over $1 million, according to Jim Allen Real Estate Group.

They signed a contract at East Woods in Youngsville’s Paterson neighborhood.

Map of available homes in Patterson Woods, Youngsville

First luxury home sale in Rollsville

According to the Jim Allen Group, there has never been a luxury home sale in the small town of Rolesville.

The group has launched a development in downtown Rollsville and is making its first luxury home sale in the $775,000 area. This is far superior to any other recently sold home in the area.

The neighborhood is called Carlton Point and is located off Jonesville Road behind the ABC retail store in Wake County.

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Wake Forest is a hot area for luxury single-family homes

Hundreds of thousands of dollars in homes in Wake Forest were sold during the Triangle Parade of Homes.

One of the popular neighborhoods where at least five homes provided by the Jim Allen Group have been purchased is Camberley.

7625 Dover Hills Drive

The neighborhood is near Falls Lake where custom homes can be built.

All five homes purchased through Jim Allen have either been under contract or sold for over $1 million.


Editor’s Note: WRAL TechWire reporter Jason Parker, who holds a valid real estate license in North Carolina, contributed to this report.

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