Yes, it is in Farrington Subdivision off of Corey Road. I have included a link to the Restrictive Covenants found on the Pitt County, NC Register of Deeds website. If it does not display correctly or you need additional help, please let me know.... more
I would say for most lenders it would be no more than 30 days prior to closing. However my company allows you to lock up to 90 days prior (even without a purchase contract) and if the rates go down in the interim we will allow you to float down to the lower rate. If rates go up then you get to keep the rate that you locked in.
Its not often that you get to have your cake and eat it too. Feel free to call me if you would like to discuss this further.
I suggest that you look into both options to compare what is available in your area. You might be able to get a great deal on a new home right now. The advantage of a new home is, well it's new and if you are building it from scratch you can customize it totally to your needs. On the flip side, you may have to wait longer to close depending on how far along the construction is.... more
Some segments of the market are not seeing as much buyer activity as others. However, the overall real estate market in Pitt County is up considerably from this time last year. Unfortunately for you, there's a lot of competition in the duplex market, both from resales and new construction. Some of the duplex subdivisions are seeing more buyer activity than others because of location etc. That means pricing is going to be critical for you relative to where your property is located and your competition.
Concerning loans...as long as it's a qualified buyer, getting a loan on a duplex is not a problem.
Best of luck on a successful sale in the near future.... more
Yes...they should be concerned if they are looking for a 100% USDA loan. It will probably be refunded later this year, but many lenders are already saying they will not try to process a new USDA loan until the funds are replenished...because USDA will not guarantee funding any loan until it goes through underwriting.... more
Hi Belinda. Most buyers will have a termite inspection prior to settlement. Sometimes it is required by the lender. Having a contract in place showing a clean certification can help facilitate the sale. Without a contract, if evidence of treatment is found, the inspecting company may require a new treatment.
All I can tell you is that it was either sold, withdrawn from the market ( a call made by the sellers), or expired (meaning the listing agreement b/w the real estate co & the sellers expired). I wasn't able to find it in my mls... but then again it's out of our area. Hope this helps some. Be Blessed... more