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Wed Oct 30, 2013
John answered:
Stanton Homes,
Thank you no wonder they are chompping at the bit for me to sign a dual agency agreement. According to this website look at the chart from September 16 to October 16 looks just like a steady rising stock.

May I ask you another question? If you don't mind answering this for me. Where I live brick is what all the high end homes are build out of.
Our lake house wouldn't be considered high end but it is all brick. When you look at a CMA there isn't any credit for brick over any other material. We all know the story......Which house was left standing.j/k Thank you again
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Tue Sep 22, 2009
Linda Hedgepeth answered:
It can be done as long as the members are operating acccording to by-laws already in place and following the proper voting procedures. Without knowing exactly what the changes are, it is impossible to give advice accurately. I'd suggest consulting W T Skinner in Littleon, NC. He is an Attorney and our leading expert in NC HOAs. Subdivision covenants must be recorded when originated and all changes should be recorded to protect property values and assure legality. If you require a phone number, please contact me at 1-866-274-5154 or at Wilkie Real Estate Inc in Henrico, NC at 1-800 -729-4125. ... more
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