Betsy! Did you find your home yet? I am the specialist for Wando Woodlands... Which is zoned for NAE.
We sold out of phase 1 in 8 months... Phase 2 in about a year and phase 3&4 are being introduced right now... At the same time because of the strong demand. Numbers speak...loudly!! Do yourself the favor of allowing a Realtor to show you all 3 and letting you decide for yourself... I hope I see you soon!... more
The home has certain standards to meet the USDA loan approval. The repairs would need to be completed prior to closing. There are other Gov't loan options for repairs. Have you talked to a banker yet? I believe its a 203 loan that FHA offers. Also, have you checked to see if the home you are looking at is in a RD loan area?... more
Hello! There are several nice homes available with acreage in your budget. Give me a call when you get a chance and we can discuss any other specifications you would like in your new home. 706-306-5821
I also have a great website that lets you search like an agent- www.ColumbiaCountyHouses.com
I look forward to talking with you.
New Homes in the North Augusta area are Woodlands, Lakes & Streams, Midland Pines, Sage Creek, Bergen Place West, Hammond Ferry Place several more. Debbie Reynolds, Meybohm Realtors 803 270 3673... more
If you're living here now like you'd planned, obviously you know better. If not, don't let those prices listed for the Rapids scare you away. He listed probably the second most expensive place to live in the city by mentioning the Rapids. Second only to River North and Hammonds Ferry, which are both directly on the Savannah River with dock access. Homes in and around North Augusta are much more economical than that, with homes as affordable as well under $100K to $200K for the most part.... more
I'm sure there are. I found plenty of possibilities on Craigslist. See, for example, http://columbia.craigslist.org/apa/1346012803.html
Tip: Look both under properties for sale and properties for rent. Sometimes (as in the example above) it was listed as a rental, but--reading the description--it's also available for purchase.
Tip: Some will be listed on the MLS. However, many won't. So you have to look in other places, such as Craigslist. Or call up some of the properties listed for rent, and ask if they're interested in doing a lease-purchase. Similarly, call up some of the properties listed for sale, and ask the same question.