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In My Neighborhood in Union County : Real Estate Advice

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Thu Jul 13, 2017
Llbell6392 answered:
These posts are several years old, and need to be updated. We have lived directly across the street from the treatment plant since we built our home in 2009. The first few years there was a smell now and again, because the plant wasn't capped. Since 2014 there has been a significant difference, except for a problem in 2016 when a part failed and a new one need to be ordered. It took a few weeks because they wanted to improve the repair, so it wouldn't happen again. Well they fixed it and it has been perfectly well since. Most people worry about this plant, but the Town of Waxhaw is doing an exceptional job and keeping it in check. ... more
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Sun Mar 1, 2015
Janice Maynard answered:
Yanilet,

By now you have probably made your move? Did you? If not and you are still looking in the area I would love to help you a this is the area I live in. I used to live in Titusville Florida and at times miss the warmth (it's been cold here lately. If you still need any assistance please do not hesitate in contacting me either by phone, text or email. Janicemaynard@kw.com

Janice Maynard

"Moving on up" with Maynard Realty
Broker/REALTOR
Serving both NC & SC
Keller Williams Ballantyne Area
704-641-0626

www..unioncountyhomes4sale.com


https://www.facebook.com/movingonupwithMaynardRealty Feel free to visit and like the page
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Sat Feb 28, 2015
Ryan Harlan-Expert Broker answered:
sorry this question could violate fair housing laws. i do offer specific website links to pull crime data to make sure your community of choice is acceptable.

bottom of this page you will find crime / stats in NC / SC
http://www.charlotte247realestate.com/school-info/

Thanks Ryan 704/608.4767 C/T
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Thu Nov 14, 2013
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good morning, Darama:
I'd contact the licensing authority for direction, advise that the Buyer in writing to obtain all other necessary licenses and permits required from state, local and HOA to continue operations, and carefully document all recommendations and any transfer in writing to make sure that I did not have any continuing liability from the continuing operations. Even though it may be a small matter, I'd run it by an attorney to make sure it was done right. If you appreciate an answer, please give thumbs up. For the most helpful answer, please say thanks with a best answer click. ... more
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