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    Thursday, April 07, 2016   /   by Bill Berning*

    What our clients say:

    "Bill and his team (including Debbie) have been wonderful to deal with and a constant help during our move from Australia to US. Through constant correspondence, he was able to have a good idea of what we were looking for in a home and wouldn't you believe it, the home we have purchased fulfilled both Amber's and my wish list items!
    Bill was able to assist someone with no credit rating secure a loan and move into a home within 5 months of moving into a new country, 3 months within moving to Raleigh. His knowledge is second to none and his sense of humor much appreciated.
    Debbie has also been most helpful (going well beyond her role) to assist with timely and useful advice with furnishing ideas and product knowledge.
    Together Bill and Debbie have made an otherwise stressful task of purchasing a home in a new location / state / country - a pleasurable experience.
    We have no hesitation in recommending these guys and the Triangle Reality Team as a whole to anyone considering a reality ...

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    Thursday, April 07, 2016   /   by Bill Berning*

    What our clients say:

    "Incredible team led by Bill Berning. They helped me through the process of both selling my condo and buying a home. I could not be more pleased with their help and responsiveness. I would recommend Bill and his team to anyone who is thinking of selling or buying a home."  Kate U

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    Tuesday, March 15, 2016   /   by Bill Berning*

    The Fair Housing Act And You: Don’t Get Caught On The Wrong Side Of The Law

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    The Fair Housing Act was designed to protect people looking for housing from discrimination. Could you be violating the law?
     Most of us assume there’s no way we could violate Fair Housing laws because we don’t discriminate based on color, sex, or religion. But the Fair Housing Act is much more complicated than that, and subtle, unintentional words or actions can result in steep fines. Below are three ways you may be unwittingly violating the law.


    Adopted in 1968, the Fair Housing Act prohibits discriminating against anyone in the sale or rental of a property based on race, color, religion, sex, familial status, handicap, or national origin. Most people think they know what that means and believe that as long as they avoid using overtly discriminat ...

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