I'd love to assist you with this. I have a lot of experience with investors, and am more than able to help. Give me a call or shoot me an email anytime, and we will get the process started.
BENHAM Real Estate Group
there are a lot more variables than that to consider when purchasing an investmetn property in Charlotte. First the market down here si very competititive with both investors and first time home buyers fighting it out for homes. Most of the quality properties based on location and condition are sold within days if not hours and are going into a multiple offer situation.
Whether you are purchasing a home or a twon home does not really matter unless it is the location. Areas close to the university area, uptown and southpark and ballantyne can get a fast and easy rent for town homes ro condos as well as other areas of Charlotte. Then again homes can eb an easy rent also dependin on where it is located and the school system connected to them...
Last based on where you buy and how much you buy for will play a factor in the appreciation of the place or not. Some places are prime rental areas and the market for the prices of those places does not vary at all...Others are different.....
The best way to gather all the peritinent information you need is to get a Realtor invloved. Hire someoen to help you out through the process and guide you along the way. Then it will make it easier and they can send you specific dempgraphics and stats on the areas you are interested in.
Coldwell Banker United
You can begin searching owner financing and rent to own homes for free in Charlotte right here: http://www.renttoownquest.com/search/North_Carolina/Charlotte
Also, if you find a home that interests you speak to the seller. If they are a Realtor then you will have found an agent in your area who works with rent to own houses.
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Please allow me the opportunity to find you a product that will match your need namely one with another invester other than Fannie.
Whether you’re, buying, refinancing, or building your dream home, you have a lot riding on your decision. Market conditions and mortgage programs change frequently, and I welcome the opportunity to serve your needs with quick and accurate real estate financing advice. I have the expertise and knowledge to help you determine the absolute best loan program to meet your objectives.
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Good morning! Here is a link to the Sardis Glen Townhomes HOA's website. http://www.sardisglenhomeowners.org/. They have a bulletin board of information that you should find helpful. Realtors are bound by Federal Fair Houseing laws that prohibit us from "passing judgment on schools, or even neighborhoods for that matter. We can not discuss crime, as another example. Here is another website that you might find helpful - it's Mecklenburg County's Geoportal. You can out in the address of the townhouse you are thinking of buying and a ton of information about the area and the school assignments will come up http://maps.co.mecklenburg.nc.us/geoportal/. Charlotte-Mecklneburg's website is http://www.cms.k12.nc.us/. Great information there as well. Best of luck in your purchase! Kathleen Turner, ABR, CRS, ePro... more
I sell homes all across Charlotte, NC and the surrounding regions. Flood insurance has come up a few times do to the location of the property being in a 100 year flood plain. However; in my seven plus years hear in Charlotte I have nto seen a hurricane come through Charlotte.
Flood insurance here is more becuase of an old stream that may be dried up now or a creek that runs through the property in the rear has the ptential to flood over. But Charlotte, NC as a whole is not in a flood zone or an area where you can expect to pay a high premium for flood insurnace unlike Florida and other areas of the country more prone to flooding.