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Tuesday, February 2

New Rufty Home To Be A Blount Street Original

Three years ago, the Raleigh City Council launched the Blount Street–Person Street Corridor Plan, with aims to: facilitate business and economic development, enhance neighborhood and historic character, and improve traffic and mobility.

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Thursday, November 5

Rufty Philanthropy: Kelly’s Mission to Guyana

The trip: 2,476 miles. The destination: Guyana, South America. The reason: Another Rufty philanthropy project to help the underserved. Our CFO Kelly Nicholson recently took part in a mission trip with Truth for Today Medical Missions.

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Wednesday, September 2

Rufty Builds First Blount St. Home This Century

The history of Raleigh’s Blount Street goes back more than a century. Once considered Raleigh’s grand avenue and home to the Governor’s Executive Mansion, Blount St. was among the region’s most “fashionable neighborhoods” between the Civil War and mid-1900s.

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Monday, August 10

When a tear-down is the only option

The first solution for homeowners looking to improve their residence isn’t typically a tear-down. Yet, there are instances where keeping an old home intact simply doesn’t make sense.

Even supposed luxury residences in upscale neighborhoods can be plagued with asbestos, mold, and other health hazards that can be more trouble than they’re worth.

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