At J. Fuller Homes, we strive to stay on the cutting edge of design as we craft our custom and semi-custom-built homes to the highest set of standards. Here’s what’s trending in design for 2018.
Fuller Land & Development placed #12 in the Triangle Business Journal’s 2017 “Fast 50” Awards program. This long-running program recognizes the fastest-growing, privately held firms within the Research Triangle region. Fuller, a multi-faceted real estate firm, offers land investment, brokerage, development and custom home building services throughout the region.
J. Fuller Homes is discovering the biggest benefit for all users of its new, cutting-edge home building software is it improves transparency for every segment of the detailed custom and speculative home building processes. Whether you are the home builder, the customer, the superintendent or the vendor, CoConstruct has improved J. Fuller Homes’ efficiency, thus improving its overall level of customer service as well as its bottom line.
If you are a landowner or invest in real estate properties, you have probably heard of 1031 exchanges. But you may not have heard of IRC Section 453, which offers an alternative to 1031 exchanges, one that many landowners and investors may find favorable, dependent on their situation.
We already knew that the development Sherrill Place in Garner was a true gem, but J. Fuller Homes’ recent recognition in the Johnston County Parade of Homes let the rest of the Triangle region in on the secret.
Spring time is a lovely time in North Carolina’s Triangle region. For the most part, humidity is low, the skies are blue and the sun is bright. It’s also an opportune time to check in with our local housing market.
A bird’s eye view shows all numbers going up, except, of course, the numbers you want to go down, like days on the market. Unlike most weather predictions, those who predicted the Triangle’s continued housing market success got it 100% right.
A soft, lush green lawn—it reminds us of carefree afternoons, playing in the yard and soaking up the sun. For some, working in the yard is a pleasant escape and for others, it’s not so pleasant.
No matter your relationship with your lawn, most people enjoy the results of a well-manicured lawn and strive towards that perfection yearly. Spring time is go time for caring for your lawn, and it’s always helpful to have a plan. Below are important steps to take for ultimate lawn success.
Owning a home creates a haven where dinners are prepared, families are connected and memories are created. But as you may know, owning a home costs money. Fortunately, homeowner tax breaks exist to help with the expense. To literally cash in on these perks, working on your taxes becomes more complicated. You will need to utilize a Form 1040 and Schedule A, so you can itemize. However, the effort to itemize is well worth the savings earned at tax time.
At Fuller, we embrace the latest design trends while staying rooted in what we do best, constructing custom and semi-custom-built homes to the highest set of standards. After reviewing multiple 2017 Design Trends resources, we’re assured our team has entered the year on point. Kitchens lead the way in setting design, especially as wide-open spaces and focus on home flow continue to dictate overall home design. Emphasis on the home’s exterior and green living continue to influence design choices while homeowners find new ways to splurge.
Familiar with either I-540 or NC 540? For readers who sit in traffic on one of these roads every day, they may be too familiar. But the proposed “Complete 540” project hopes to ease travelers’ traffic pains. While the plan is in motion, some influences want it to happen faster.
Tesla shareholders recently approved the acquisition of SolarCity, the nation's largest manufacturing and installer of solar panels. If Tesla manages to create the money saving, high efficiency roofing system they are promising, it may be a whole new world for solar power.
The 2017 national real estate market is predicted to moderately slow moderately as compared to the last two years, according to Realtor.com®. Home prices are anticipated to slow to a 4 percent increase, down from 5 percent in 2016, and interest rates are expected to reach 4.5 percent in the year ahead.
Fuller Land & Development developed the first phase of Hempstead at Beaver Creek subdivision for NVR/ Mountain Real Estate Capital and Ryan Homes. The first phase consisted of fifty (50) townhome lots, platted in November of 2015. Site work construction on the second phase of seventy-six (76) lots is scheduled for completion by November 2016.