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Home Buying in Davidson : Real Estate Advice

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Sat Aug 6, 2016
Sally Grenier answered:
Nobody here is involved with your transaction, nor have we seen any sort of contract or agreement you made. Sounds like you need to talk to an attorney. Or try to resolve this amicably yourselves. ... more
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Sun Jun 5, 2016
Diane Christner answered:
Generally it would mean they will not pay you as a cooperating broker for bringing your buyer. Therefore, if you want to be compensated, your customer will have to pay your commission.
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Sun Jun 5, 2016
tricia murphy asked:
I am an agent I have registered my client for the property at 3145 Grey Road in Davidson NC .... I see this on the auction information ...Broker Co Op Not Offered ... what does that mean…
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Fri Feb 12, 2016
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Thu Jul 2, 2015
Jim Clark answered:
My wife and I also relocated to the Lake Norman area from Western New York 15 years ago. We settled in the beautiful college town of Davidson, located on Lake Norman and within 25 minutes of the Charlotte business district. We thought we were back in Woodstock,VT. Same feel with quaint stores, shops and a variety of very good restaurants. A number of homes and town homes are within walking distance of town. Nothing like walking to town on a Sunday evening in the summer for a concert on the town green. Let me know if you'd like me to send pictures and other info. ... more
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Sat Oct 5, 2013
Albert & Lynn Alvarez answered:
Please give me a call at 704-975-2429 or visit my website: http://www.lakenormanhomesinfo.com/distress-sales-bank-foreclosures/

I have sold many foreclosures, so I can definitely help you with that. ... more
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Sun Sep 29, 2013
Mary Beth Thomas answered:
I live in Davidson. My children went to Davidson Elementary so I certainly understand the appeal. I would be happy to help you find a condo. Feel free to give me a call or email me at MaryBethThomas@KW.com ... more
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
graham8401 answered:
This project was initially overpriced (high 200s) and went into foreclosure. Designs are a bit challenging...very narrow units..parking underneath and master on the 3rd floor, so lots of steps. New owners have done a nice job finishing the units and pricing them more realistically, and now 10 out of the 12 are sold. ... more
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Sun Aug 19, 2012
graham8401 answered:
McConnell is nice, but the quality of the homes is spotty. Most of the homes are 15+ years old and they are showing their age.

I would suggest looking at the adjacent Old Davidson (aka 'St. Alban's') neighborhood. The homes are newer (most are 5-10 years old), and the homes are higher quality. Pricing is comparable to McConnell, depending on whether it is a David Weekly home or a Cunnane Home. Depending on what you are looking for there are a couple of custom homes in the neighborhood as well, one built by John Marshall Custom Homes and the other by George A. Ford.

Good luck!
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Mon Sep 19, 2011
Annabelle Realty answered:
Hi Wayne,
Not sure if you're still in the market to buy. The market has changed a lot, and there are a lot of GREAT deals out there!
I am a Short Sale & Foreclosure specialist and great negotiator - I would be happy to help you find a great Home, at a fantastic price!!

Annabelle Leuthardt
Real Estate Consultant
Broker/REALTOR, CSSS, SFR
Certified Short Sale Seller (CSSS)
Certified Short Sales & Foreclosure Resource (SFR)
Wilkinson & Associates Real Estate
Cell 704 439 6241
http://annabelle.wilkinsonandassociates.com

* 23 Homes UNDER CONTRACT/SOLD in 2011!!
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Wed May 18, 2011
Kelley Ireland answered:
That depends on what your preference is. If you want to live on the lake (which is preferred by most) there are many neighborhoods to choose from....two of the most upscale being The Peninsula and The Point. There is no better time to buy than now - there are incredible deals everywhere. Living on the Lake, you still have convenient access to Charlotte, the airport, restaurants, night clubs, the arts, sports, concerts & more. If you prefer to live in Charlotte, there are a number of places to look at....depending on if you like golf course settings, acreage or immediate access to everything.

If you are still looking, I can help you refine your search! Kelley Ireland 704-517-2811 Village Real Estate Group kelley@villagerealestategroup.com
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Thu Mar 31, 2011
Nathan Wolf answered:
You might consider an adjustable rate that is locked for 5 to 7 years. A client just purchased a home on Lake Norman for $1.1M and his payment is about $3,000 per month. Fixed for 7 years. And only able to adjust 1 point per year after that. You would have plenty of time to refinance it later. And he's ON THE LAKE in a brand-new luxury home.

Another option to consider is custom building a home which can be added onto later when you can afford it. The cost of lots and land are SIGNIFICANTLY lower at this time. The best deals are in land.

You could buy a waterfront lot, build a moderate home, and expand it later when you can afford it. And you would be enjoying the luxury of the lake. Prices will go up on waterfront property and you would be out of your price range later.


Nate Wolf was recently named a FIVE STAR REALTOR by CHARLOTTE MAGAZINE.

Call or text me: 704-858-2345
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