SPRING FORWARD

Dated: 03/10/2017

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It's that time of year when we move our clocks forward an hour this weekend. It is recommended to do this on Saturday evening right before going to bed. Of course, some purists may wait until 2 a.m. Sunday morning to move their clocks forward. And others will leave this feat to their better half. This is the method I use! I let my husband move the clocks forward on Sunday morning when he gets up to turn o the coffee maker. 


I always look at this weekend as the true beginning of Spring.  Whatever method you use to achieve this goal does not really matter, just enjoy the extra hour of daylight and longer days that come with the onset of our warming months and the spring home buying season!


As always, call me if you or someone you know needs  help buying or selling a home.


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Cary McGregor

A native of North Carolina, Cary grew up in the Triad and has spent most of her adult life in the Triangle. When Cary and her husband returned to NC in 1999, they decided to call Cary NC home. Since....

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