Welcome to Tarboro Realty
The team at Tarboro Realty works hard to ensure you are taken care of throughout every step of the buying or selling process. As the largest real estate agency in the area, Tarboro Realty is fully equipped with a team of top producing agents whose goal is your happiness! Our realtors will take the time to help you understand every step of the process, whether buying or selling. We look forward to working with you as your realtor of choice!
Mary Ann Crumpata
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Let the largest and most competent real estate agency in the area open you to the area’s loveliest town. Tarboro Realty is your entrée to Tarboro, one of NC’s most distinctive communities. Whether it’s a stately historic home in Tarboro’s Historic District, the contemporary appeal of a new subdivision, an apartment in our walkable downtown or a country home surrounded by acres of land, Tarboro Realty can locate your dream home or help you sell your current property.
Tarboro Realty is fully equipped with a team of top producing agents who are way ahead of their competitors in terms of market experience and customer service delivery. An excellent resource for buyers and sellers, Tarboro Realty is first in market share with abundant listings for residential and commercial properties as well as farms, lots, subdivisions and land development.
Over the years, we have been able to build and maintain strong and lasting relationships with various licensed contractors, property appraisers and certified home inspectors. Our agents have the market knowledge, the training and technology and the personal touch to help you maximize your real estate opportunities and meet your transaction goals. The Tarboro Realty team can assist you with everything from searching the market for the ideal home to creating a strategic marketing plan for selling your home.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, or planning to relocate, the real estate market in Tarboro and Edgecombe County has plenty to offer. At Tarboro Realty, we look forward to acquainting you with Tarboro and working with you as your realtor of choice!
Frequently Asked Questions
Do you have questions about real estate? We’ve got all of the inside know-how you need, direct from our experienced Tarboro real estate agents. Real estate terms and transactions can be confusing. Let us be your guide!
While it is not required to have a real estate agent, it can be very beneficial to have one working with you. Real estate transactions are typically one of the largest financial investments of your life, and it can be invaluable to have a realtor guide you through the process. A real estate agent is much more than just a sales person! A realtor will provide you with guidance and support during the process of buying or selling a home, and can help you to manage the ins and outs of all aspects of the transaction.
We generally recommend you hire a real estate agent as soon as you’re thinking of buying or selling your home. Generally speaking, that’s anywhere from 3 to 6 months prior to your desired move date.
In general, spring is considered the best tine to sell a home. But since every seller’s situation is different, it is best to discuss the timing of your home sale with your realtor.
Not properly preparing a home for sale can put the seller at a big disadvantage! See our Sellers page for a detailed listing of suggestions to present your home in the best possible light.
Listing agents usually deal with the sellers, and are the ones who “list” a property for sale.
Selling agents (also referred to as buyers agents) mostly deal with the buyers.
In most cases, the seller pays the realtor fees.
How is the neighborhood/area? How are the schools? What are the average utility bills? What’s the age of the home? What’s the age of other high-ticket items (roof, air conditioning, water heater, etc.)? For other tips on buying a house, check out our Buyers page.
We recommend that first time home buyers talk to multiple different lenders before applying for a loan. Different lenders may have different rates or programs, which can vastly impact your monthly mortgage amount. Before contacting lenders, you will want to have a few things in hand, including your monthly income, the sum of your total monthly debt payments, your credit score and how much cash you can put down.
The term “closing” refers to when you sign all of the loan and ownership paperwork in order to take over the home or property. At this time, you may be responsible for some of the closing costs (this may include title insurance, fees for loan origination, loan application fees, appraisals, housing surveys and other costs). These costs can quickly add up, so it is important to keep these costs in mind when closing. Your realtor and lender will be able to guide you through this to ensure there are no surprises at closing.