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Mon Nov 2, 2015
Amelia Robinette answered:
no - only licensees can post listings on trulia.
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Mon Aug 31, 2015
Patrik Sandell answered:
If you like to talk to a local agent about selling your lot, I would be more than happy to talk with you.
Patrik Sandell
Pinehurst South Realty LLC
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Sat May 9, 2015
Brian Bureau answered:
Because the economy is not as good as the media and President Obama says it is. There are about 600-800 homes listed in the tight Pinehurst area and it is a Buyers market! Banks are holding back many foreclosures and trickling them out on the market to minimize their loses.
Brian 910-690-8512
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Sat Sep 27, 2014
Bob Barmore answered:
If you are considering moving to Pinehurst, you will find the property taxes to be a very low versus most other areas of the country. Property tax rates tend to be hundreds of dollars a month, not thousands as you will find "up north".

Moore County General Property Tax per $1,000
0.455 Plus .02 for 911 service Plus .28 for Village of Pinehurst Plus .084 for fire district

Thus taxes are .830 per thousand of assessed value. This would be about $315 per month for a $450,000 home!!

Utilities are too specific to life style choices and other variable to estimate. Keep in mind we tend to spend more on cooling than for heating our homes.

HOA is unique to each "community" within PInehurst. First of all, you will only find HOA fees in gated communities or condo/townhome developments. Much of Pinehurst residents pay no HOA fees. HOA fees, where applicable, often cover the maintenance roads and the gate of the gated community. A good general amount for a basic HOA is roughly $100 monthly.
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Sun Mar 30, 2014
Leilani Medlin answered:
Here In North Carolina, we are required to use the exterior measurements when calculating square footage, and yes, this would include hallways, closets, and stairs. If you have any other questions, please feel free to contact me at I am more than happy to help! ... more
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Thu Aug 20, 2009
Marie O'brien answered:
Over the years it has always been acceptable to add the square footage of a below grade basement with a walkout if it is heated and cooled. In other words considered part of the living space of a home.
Also in NC we must measure the outside of a home to get to the square footage, that would give you the best results in my opinion.
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