Finding your place to call home is what we do whether that’s selling, buying, or renting. As our portfolio of services in real estate grows we’ve added property management to our list of offerings. 

 

We want the rental experience to be as easy and straightforward as possible. The housing market has been a whirlwind with no signs of slowing down. When comparing renting versus owning a home in North Carolina, there are various factors to consider. According to research, the median monthly mortgage payment in North Carolina is 18.6% lower than the national median[1]. Additionally, purchasing a home in North Carolina may cost slightly more per month than renting, but this can vary depending on the location and the price of the property[1].

 

It's also important to note that the decision to rent or own a home depends on individual circumstances and preferences. Renting offers flexibility and less financial responsibility for maintenance and repairs. On the other hand, homeownership provides the opportunity to build equity and potentially benefit from tax advantages.

 

When making this decision, it's advisable to carefully consider your long-term housing goals, financial situation, and the current real estate market conditions in North Carolina.

 

Sources: The Cost to Buy vs Rent in North Carolina


Our website www.peak-wnc.com was designed to make searching for available properties to rent, filling out the necessary forms and application, finalizing your lease, and paying your rent a much easier process.