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Fri Aug 19, 2016
Brandace1 asked:
Fri Jul 1, 2016
Jackie Lowe answered:
Hi Rhonda,

I can help you get this answered.
You can email me direct at jlowe@fathomrealty.com

Looking forward to speaking with you soon.

Thanks,
Jackie Lowe
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Tue Sep 22, 2015
Anna Rohde Yuan Chinese answered:
I'm the president of Helen Adams International Realty. I have grown up in China and has lived over a decade in several countries across Europe including the UK, Germany, and Switzerland. I speak English, Mandarin, Cantonese and German. If you are thinking about selling your Charlotte property and would like to put your property on our international market which will help you sell to more prospective buyers around the world. Give me a call, I will help you to sell! I would love to share my international marketing plan that combines new technology and great networks! If you’re looking to buy a house in Great Charlotte, either for living or investing, please contact me so we can talk about finding the best home and neighborhood for YOU! Come to our Helen Adams Realty Real Estate office in the Ballantyne of Charlotte. Let me help you to buy or sell your property right and fast. I promise you will have an AWESOME real estate experience with us! I look forward to hearing from you!


Anna Rohde Yuan, Chinese Realtor in NC
President, Helen Adams International Realty
Search house website:http://www.anna.helenadamsrealty.com/
Personal website: http://www.annarohdeyuan.com/
International website: http://hairealty.com/
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Thu Jul 9, 2015
Joe Riggi answered:
Probably foreclosed on. Foreclosure is a long process. First the owners have 6 months to a year to either catch up on the bills or sell it themselves, then after that period its another 6 months or so to process the foreclosure, then finally it is put on the market. ... more
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Wed Jun 17, 2015
Kenji Inui answered:
If you owe $530k and want to borrow $200k, but your home is only worth $620k... (530+200=730) then you are asking to borrow $110k more than your home is worth. There is no loan for this that I know of. Maybe I'm missing something? ... more
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Sun Oct 19, 2014
Don Tepper answered:
Here's a link to a blog I wrote on how to find lease-option properties: http://bit.ly/findaleaseoption

I should note, though, that there are plenty of real estate investors in 28277 offering lease-options. (Charlotte is a very active area for investors.) You should be able to find a few; just do an online search. Or e-mail me and I'll send you a few names.

Hope that helps.
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Thu Jul 17, 2014
Corey Shemtov answered:
I recently did an Open House on one of my listings and was able to put the Townhouse under contract a couple of days later. The Buyer came with their agent to the event and it was a great opportunity for me to point out the highlights of the property. ... more
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Mon Apr 28, 2014
Jackie Lowe answered:
Hi Daniel.

Good question. I think the answer depends on the individual. Some people would want to be closer to their work, while others want to be near shopping, and some would like to marry the two.
I am a Charlotte Realtor. If you are not already working with someone, I would love to speak with you about helping you find out what works best for you and your family.

You can call me direct at 704-644-9784 or email me at jackiesellshomes4u@gmail.com

Hope to hear from you soon!

Thanks,
Jackie
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Fri Jan 24, 2014
Janice Maynard answered:
Josh,
Have you thought about buying? I have a great lender that is working wonders getting people pre-approved. If you are interested in finding out if you can buy instead of rent give me a call/text or send me an email. She can get you pre-approved over the phone and in most cases in just one day. I hope I can help you pay for your own home instead of someone else's.

http://www.unioncountyhomes4sale.com or http://janicemaynard.yourkwagent.com/

Thank you for this opportunity to serve you, I realize you have a choice of Real Estate Brokers, so I truly appreciate your business.

Your dedicated Real Estate Broker,

Janice Maynard
Broker/REALTOR, Serving NC and SC
Keller Williams Ballantyne
704-641-0626 Cell/Text
Janicemaynard.kwrealty.com
http://www.unioncountyhomes4sale.com
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Mon Jan 20, 2014
Madalene Greco answered:
JANUARY 20, 2014 - HI THERE!
How are you doing on finding a home in Ballantyne? If you need my assistance I would be happy to do so.

Best regards,
Madalene Greco
Broker/Realtor
Wilkinson and Associates Realty
Ballantyne, N.C. 28277
7044307811
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Wed Oct 23, 2013
Jeansiuna answered:
Thu Aug 22, 2013
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good evening, RVKishJr
The easy way to do this is to look at historical sales records from the multiple listings for a particular time period. Records go back several decades. 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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Mon Jul 29, 2013
Mary Petrarca answered:
You just have to amend the mortgage clause and get the seller to initial. Your agent will help you with that.
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Thu Jun 6, 2013
Chris Crawford answered:
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Sun Aug 12, 2012
Daniel Fisher answered:
Good afternoon, Kjm:
I assume that the appraised value came in lower than you were hoping for. Appraisers have rules that they must follow to establish values. That value is for a specific moment in time. With commercial properties, when the appraised value is disputed by one party, a second appraisal is obtained and if there is still disagreement over the value, a third appraiser is hired to review both and make a final determination. When appraised values are in dispute, only an appraiser is qualified to resolve the dispute.
Real estate brokers are not qualified to establish property values, but do comparative market analysis to establish a listing price. The main way I've seen an appraisal value change is if another property sold for more after the study was complete. Changes in value tend to be quite small. If you appreciate an answer, please give "thumbs up". For the most helpful answer, please say thanks with a "best answer" click.
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Mon Jul 30, 2012
Brittany James answered:
There are multiple school choices in that zip code. If you want to check out a certain address, you can use........http://maps.co.mecklenburg.nc.us/geoportal or www.cms.k12.nc.us/. With that being said if u are looking to move and would like some help in that transition i have a great company in mind they will help you pack, unpack, and store if any reason you may not quite be ready to move in your new place. You can check them out at www.bestintownmovers.com ... more
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
Abby Nelson answered:
Depends what is in the home. Most of my clients that I represent do present an offer a little lower than list price. Would love to talk to you more about it
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
Abby Nelson answered:
Both communities are very nice. Each has their own builder standard. Living in the area, I sure have seen it change alot. I do have some concerns about McCarley and would love to share them with you. Give me a call. ... more
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Tue Jul 3, 2012
Abby Nelson answered:
Lake Wylie is just over the South Carolina border. There are lots of things to look for that a Realtor can advise you on. Does the home have a dock? Can a dock be built? Is the water deep? Is there tree preservation requirements on the lot. I would love to answer more questions for you. Give me a call to talk. ... more
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Fri Nov 4, 2011
First Timers Real Estate answered:
Raleigh and Charlotte are great! Each have their own attractions. With the market being depressed, many are renting first, but still relocating to these areas. Great for investors

If you'd like us to help, know that we are Buyer Agents! We do nothing but broker transactions with Buyers! No Dual Agency here!

(704) 380-0178

A licensed REALTOR is waiting to hear from you. Call now.
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