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Home Buying in Belmont : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jun 2, 2017
Jasvinderrai answered:
Dont buy from Mattamy, I found the workmanship to be of a poor standard. Their customer service is even worse. If they're outstanding items to be fixed dont expect they will come and fix them. I have been emailing, calling and even going into their office to get items fixed to no avail. After 10 months the items bought up in the PDI are still oustanding.

My advice is simple dont purchase from Mattamy.
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Wed Oct 8, 2014
Craig Bell answered:
Darren,

Not all real estate agents are the same. I would be honored if you gave me a shot and I promise a quick response to all your needs.

Craig Bell
Keller Williams Belmont Realty
704-862-8855

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Wed Oct 8, 2014
Craig Bell answered:
The new high school doesn't include most of Belmont. Belmont's South Point High School is one of the most desired schools in the area. Once a Red Raider, always a Red Raider. I can email you a map showing the school district outline for the new Stewart Cramer High School in nearby Cramerton. Send me an email at craigbell@kw.com. ... more
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Sun Mar 30, 2014
Jennifer Bouvier answered:
Hello Laurie,
Find who the builder was through the Building Department in your city. Then you can easily get in touch with the Builder then you can ask about blue prints. Now depending on the age of home the builder might not even be in business this is when you might need to hire a custom builder to replicate the design you are looking for. Either way you should obtain assistance of a Real Estate Agent to provide you with resources and can guide you in the process. ... more
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Sun Oct 13, 2013
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good afternoon, IRA:
If you would like some assistance with a customized search, please contact through profile. 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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Tue Jun 26, 2012
rmjuracka answered:
Not familiar with Waters edge, but our friends live in eagle park and love it. They just built a wonderful pool and club house last summer as well. Walking distance to downtown belmont. Can't go wrong. ... more
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Wed Apr 22, 2009
Bahamajohn answered:
I recently purchased a home in this neighborhood at the end of last year, so I answer this with the caveat that I am a stakeholder in the completion of this development. To date, I have been impressed with the commitment the developers have shown to a development that was well-conceived, however with unfortunate timing. I grew up in Belmont, so I am very familiar with the area. When we decided to move back to the Charlotte area, it was a no-brainer for me; Belmont has a small-town charm, a relatively-well-educated population, and value for price is much higher than the almost all other Charlotte suburbs. The neighborhood has seen some pick-up in interest as two local doctors have recently closed and moved in near my family. There are three different builders with single-family homes available; Eagle Park Homes (a joint venture by several local custom builders), Saussy Burbank (and related JCB Urban), and David Weekley Homes. In my opinion, the remaining inventory of Eagle Park Homes represent the greatest value. At the time, they are also the highest-priced, but you get what you pay for. The original asking prices for these homes were much higher than the local market would support, and then came the recession... Now, the homes are an attractive value, and it appears those waiting to buy are waiting for the developers to reduce prices or make additional concessions. I don't think this will happen as most of these were built when materials were more expensive, and it would appear they are currently at their cost. I suppose it is possible that they may ultimately be willing to take a loss if the economy doesn't improve in the next 6-9 months, but if doctors can be labeled "smart money," they're buying now. Good luck to you in your search. ... more
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Sat May 24, 2008
Patti Schweers answered:
Cam Ross. I am an agent who lives and works in Belmont. I am in love with my city and would be happy to help you with any questions that you may have. There are a few new home subdivisions and plenty of homes not in a planned community...therefore, you have lots of options.
Belmont has a small town feel but with the convience of a large city just minutes away. This is a great time to be a buyer!
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