As you probably know, Familial Status is a protected class - Per the below link on HUD website, it is illegal to "advertise or make any statement that indicates a limitation or preference based on race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status, or handicap".
For buyers who are interested in living near a park, we would decide about the ideal park size and features, then talk about household size, determine how many bedrooms and square footage that buyer requires and what price, location and home features are preferred. We'd then find all the houses that meet that criteria.
Every individual has specific needs and unique personal desires in owning real estate. We work with each Buyer to listen carefully and then find exactly the right home and negotiate terms of purchase to meet their financial needs. If you appreciate an answer, please give thumbs up. For the most helpful answer, please say thanks with a best answer click.
Some parks are small and intimate with little amenties but a great place to go and relax away from the everyday life city offers. Other parks offer a lot of amenties such as walking trails, various fields, ponds, lakes and various playground sets.
depending on the individual need of the buyer and what they are looking for in a park would help narrow down some areas for them.
Also, there are a lot of other factors that have to be considered when looking for a house. Location to where they want to be, the type of house they want, area they want to live in, price range, etc....
But for certain you can find a home that is close to some type of park in the Charlotte area relatively easy.
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