There are other government grant programs in the Charlotte area that can get you to 100% financing. Try NACA (could be a lengthy process) or House Charlotte (will require a House Charlotte lender and a 4 hour buyers education class). If you need help finding information for either of these programs contact me and Ill be glad to help!
We just a early release from our realtor , and now a realtor calls and wants to show our home who gets the commission? my realtor who contract we just got released from ? At this point we have no realtor......but another one wants to show it......we were thinking about getting another one this week now how would that work.????? this is north carolina... more
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I don't believe it would be presumptuous of you at all. In fact, if you are interested in moving down here and know where you might like to live, I would advise you to get up with a real estate agent prior to coming down to visit. That way, you would have an idea of what is available in your price range and possibly set up some showings while you're down. Then if you decide not to move, no harm no foul. But if you do decide to move, you could have possibly already found a home and the process of buying could be expedited.
I am a Broker Associate/REALTOR with Giving Tree Realty. Feel free to contact me at Hannah.email@example.com if you would like further assistance.... more
If you owe $530k and want to borrow $200k, but your home is only worth $620k... (530+200=730) then you are asking to borrow $110k more than your home is worth. There is no loan for this that I know of. Maybe I'm missing something?... more
If you are still looking to rent a home in Charlotte, send me a message. I am sure we can find a home for you in your price range. We will just need to determine what your rent needs to be in relation to your other bills (if any).... more
To the best of my knowledge, the homes in that area are single family residences that are owner occupied. But if you can send me the address of the home you're interested in, I can find out more information on it for you if it is on the market.... more
Real estate owned or REO is a class of property owned by a lender—typically a bank, government agency, or government loan insurer—after an unsuccessful sale at a foreclosure auction. 1. A foreclosing beneficiary will typically set the opening bid at a foreclosure auction for at least the outstanding loan amount. If there are no bidders that are interested, then the beneficiary will legally repossess the property. This is commonly the case when the amount owed on the home is higher than the current market value of this foreclosure property, such as with a high loan-to-value mortgage following a real estate bubble. As soon as the beneficiary repossesses the property it is listed on their books as REO and categorized as an asset (non-performing asset).
Hello, there are many great neighborhoods around the University area that will provide the type of rental you are looking for. When you are ready, I'd be glad to show you all around the University area and find the best rental for your family.
This area is already starting to see an influx of redevelopment and renovations. Its close enough to downtown for the commute to work and close enough to the airport for frequent travelers. There are plans for apartment and condo new constructions coming soon. Check city and local zoning plans to keep up with this neighborhoods future.
This typically depends on the company thats renting the property. You can try SocialServe.com there's usually a variety of rental properties listed with the direct owner or property management company listed. You could call or email them to find out.
This is an area in Charlotte that has great future potential but the past may not have been so great. Its in close proximity to the desirable Plaza/Midwood and Commonwealth areas, hence the price. The city also has plans for the blue line lightrail to come through this area in the future, therefore more housing and businesses will start popping up for sure. Its a good area to grow in to.