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Come Home To Historic North Carolina

 When I think about North Carolina I think about the deep history. North Carolina was one of the original 13 colonies of the United States and was originally known as Carolina. 

Today North Carolina is a thriving state with an increasingly diverse economy and population.  As of July of 2006 the population was estimated to at 8,856,505 and has one of the most thriving economies at a time in which many states have struggling economies.  North Carolina's diverse business and industry coupled with it's incredible beauty have made it a popular state for business and industry. 

In addition, many residents have discovered the beauty of it's history, landscape and it's people.  The elevation of  North Carolina varies from sea level on the east coast to nearly 6,700 feet in the mountains.  It has the most variation in climate of all the southeastern states.

As a golfer I marvel at the beautiful golf courses I see on television in North Carolina and although I have never had the opportunity to visit this incredible state I have been told the historic homes and new developments are awesome to see and offer something for everyone.

North Carolina has yet another great resource known as Tracy Santrock. When you plan your visit to North Carolina be sure to contact Tracy with Fonville Morisey Real Estate.  You will have a hometown Realtor coupled with a hometown real estate company.

Tracy serves the cities of Cary, Raleigh, Apex, Durham, and Chapel Hill and surrounding towns in North Carolina.  When you visit a state with such incredible history you need someone with Tracy's experience and knowledge. Homes of Carolina is a great place to start.

Whether you want to know the value of your homeor you are looking for buyers resourses in North Carolina, Tracy will answer all of your questions in the professional manner she is known for.  

You can look at Tracy's inventory of listings or wanting to search the entire MLS, Tracy's site has it all. There are resources for schools, school scores, chamber of commerce and much, much more.

There is no finer compliment that one can be given than by happy customers and clients and Tracy has hundreds of them:

"As you may recall, we met a few years ago during an open house in Preston.  Our first impression of you was that you were honest, hard working and dedicated to your profession.  That impression was a correct one!  From the moment you agreed to serve as our real estate agent, you treated Heather and me with respect and courtesy.  You were honest and professional. In the end, you found the right home for us on a number of levels.  You got the right price -- the right contract terms.  Heather & John LeBleu-Preston Highlands, Cary

"We can't thank you enough for all your help and guidance in selling our home.  You made me so comfortable with all the advice you offered.  But mostly, the concern you took in assisting, and being available for us at all times. You have made my transition an easy one, and, as I look forward to my future in Maryland, we will always have warm and pleasant memories of our friendship." We would recommend Tracy to anyone selling their home in the Triangle area.  Jennifer & Nick Bellucci-Apex

Tracy Santrock
Realtor
Fonville Morisey
(919) 656-5310
tsantrock@fmrealty.com
Homes of Carolina

 

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Comment balloon 17 commentsGeorge Tallabas • June 17 2007 08:07PM

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Wonderful post and great pictures!
Posted by Ana Connell, Burbank Real Estate Agent (G & C Properties) almost 12 years ago
Thank you Ana...North Carolina is beautiful
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) almost 12 years ago

Hi George - North Carolina is gorgeous!  I'm only familiar with the western part, where my family has owned a summer home for several generations, in the Asheville-Hendersonville area, and it is beautiful in that area for sure.

Ann

Posted by Ann Cummings, Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent (RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine) almost 12 years ago
Hi Ann - Yes I am sure it is gorgeous.  I have seen a few golf tournaments on T.V. and the courses are to die for.  Have a wonderful wekend my friend.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) almost 12 years ago
You're making me miss trees with an actual leaf.
Posted by Chris Griffith, Bonita Springs Listing Agent (Downing-Frye Realty, Bonita Springs, FL) almost 12 years ago
You must had too much to drink Ms. Griffith...there is trees!
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) almost 12 years ago
Well we just have palms and I've grown tired of them  :)
Posted by Chris Griffith, Bonita Springs Listing Agent (Downing-Frye Realty, Bonita Springs, FL) almost 12 years ago

Great post. I for one have traveled through North Carolina and found i to be a very interesting and fun state to visit.

Jack

Posted by Jack Haydon, Clearwater Beach Condos - Real Estate Homes for Sale (Charles Rutenberg Realty) almost 12 years ago
Excellent post and one that should serve you well in the world of website rankings.  I'm impressed!
Posted by Diane Bell, Hilton Head Real Estate, Bluffton (Charter 1 Real Estate, Hilton Head, Bluffton, SC) almost 12 years ago

Ana - Thanks for stopping by..We love it here in North Carolina

George - Have you ever seen the Seniors Tour in Cary in October?  That's Prestonwood Country Club that I belong to.  Come visit, and your round is on me!

Chris Elizabeth - I'm so impressed w/your work.  Thanks for your kind comments.  We actually do have four seasons here!!

Ann - The Piedmont region, in the middle of North Carolina, is one of the fastest growing regions in the Country.   I'd say education, culture, and lifestyle can't be beat.  I also love Asheville too.   

Jack - Glad you liked it here.  I think that's why we had over 18,000 relocatees in the Triangle alone last year.

Diane - Thanks for your kind comments Diane - I just love Hilton Head too. It's my second home!!

Posted by Tracy Santrock, Raleigh - Cary Realtor/Broker In Charge (Fonville Morisey/Santrock Realty Group, Inc. ) almost 12 years ago

George -

As always, you are such an asset to Active Rain.  I appreciate all of your advice and warm feedback

Posted by Tracy Santrock, Raleigh - Cary Realtor/Broker In Charge (Fonville Morisey/Santrock Realty Group, Inc. ) almost 12 years ago
Tracy, never seen the Seniors Tour in Oct.  Thanks for the offer...are golf instructions included? LOL
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) almost 12 years ago

George, my sister lives in Apex, NC

I'll forward this along to her for future reference, thanks! 

Posted by Sue Argue, NH Home Stager (Staged First Impressions) almost 12 years ago
Sue, Thank you and I hope all is well.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) almost 12 years ago
Hi Sue, thanks for the comment.  Apex is right next to Cary.
Posted by Tracy Santrock, Raleigh - Cary Realtor/Broker In Charge (Fonville Morisey/Santrock Realty Group, Inc. ) almost 12 years ago

George - I have been on vacation and missed a few posts here.....Thanks for the introduction, I will add Tracy on my list of preferred referral Realtors. I have never been to NC; have heard it is beautiful.

Posted by Paula Henry, Realtor - Indianapolis Real Estate - 317-605-4174 (Home to Indy Team @ HomeSmart Realty Group) almost 12 years ago
Thank you Paula...I have heard it is very beautiful.  Have a great evening and thank you so much for all your kind comments.
Posted by George Tallabas, Idaho Real Estate (RE/MAX Advantage) almost 12 years ago

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