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Ryan Harlan-…, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Mon Feb 23, 2015
Ryan Harlan-Expert Broker answered:
Hi Sixburgh90,

South End is great , park avenue condos is right there , the arlington, the factory are all options worth looking into. I can send you all the available options if you would like by email w/ full pictures /data. Just let me know your price range and minimum bedrooms/baths.

also first ward, Court 6,Courtside might be worth looking into , i do know an investor that has rented out a 1 bedroom that was interested in selling in the future.

Thanks Ryan 704/608.4767 C/T or Ryanharlan1@gmail.com
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Angela Guyer, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Mon Feb 23, 2015
Angela Guyer answered:
DIlworth and Southend are great options. 3030 South is right on the light rail stop and has 2 bedroom townhomes in that price range. Wilmore, Sedgefield, Collins Park, Madison Park are also other options. I would be happy to send you some listings in those areas. ... more
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Amy Baker, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Thu Jan 29, 2015
Amy Baker answered:
Hello Sixburgh90,

My best advice is to look for separate agent for those individual tasks. Many agents specialize in either property management (handling leased property) or general brokerage (buying and selling) but very few specialize in both. For example, I own rental property and I manage my two properties myself however, because property manage for clients demands a specialized set of skills, I do not manage rental properties for clients. I also know of great firms that work every day to manage every detail of rental properties but they do not do much dealing with buying and selling homes.

I would recommend finding a great property management agent and then separately finding a general brokerage agent to help with all aspects of purchasing a new home.

Amy Baker
Allen Tate Realtors
704-258-1459
Amy.Baker@allentate.com
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chryslerfina…, Home Seller in Charlotte, NC
Tue Oct 7, 2014
chryslerfinance answered:
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Marlene Bien…, Real Estate Pro in Tallahassee, FL
Tue Jul 23, 2013
Marlene Bienes-Realtor answered:
Contact the Broker of the firm and request information. They will see to it that you get an answer to your request. If for any reason this does not help get your attorney involved.
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Daniel Fisher, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Tue Jul 16, 2013
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good evening, Bob:
Of course there are many agents who would like to earn your business. it is probably best to interview several, research them online and find one that is a good fit. Because we believe that good information leads to good decisions, providing accurate, timely and complete information is our objective. If you have a full time agent with a Masters degree in Planning with Finance and over two decades of experience, working for you, you will likely do better in negotiations. I'd be pleased to provide that service. If you appreciate this answer, please give it a thumbs up, or if this was the most helpful answer, please say thanks with a best answer click. ... more
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Daniel Fisher, Real Estate Pro in Charlotte, NC
Tue Jul 16, 2013
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good afternoon, Bob:
Loan officers generally don't have you sign an exclusive agreement with them, but many work very hard to try to get your loan closed and loans are very difficult to get through underwriting. You can probably start fresh with a new loan officer or even a new lender, but if the rates and terms are very good, you might try to work things out. 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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