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Wed Aug 3, 2016
Fire4effect97 asked:
I have been looking for a home for two months now due to running out of money to continue renting the home on in. Every house I give to my realtor she returns to me saying it is not on the…
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Mon Jun 6, 2016
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Tue Jun 17, 2014
Arlin Patino answered:
I'd love to help you. Feel free to contact through my Trulia profile.
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Mon Apr 7, 2014
Eric Bomhard answered:
Miranda, I would be happy to work with you to find the home that meets your needs for big furniture in Hubert. I think your best bet is to find homes in the 1250-1500 square foot range. Anything smaller will have either big bedrooms or big kitchen/ living rooms, but not both. I found 1 in your price range and 8 more with another $50 to $925. Please contact me via email, or by phone or text 910-322-0195 and we can get together and find the one for you.
Eric Bomhard
Century 21 American Properties, Inc.
910-322-0195 cell
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Sat Jun 8, 2013
Terry Britt answered:
I have a place that has a large fence in back yard that is pet friendly. The fence side are a privacy fence. The home is available and very close to Camp Lejeune. Any questions just let me know.
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Sun May 5, 2013
swansboro answered:
Check out 400 Great Oaks Drive Hubert, NC 28539 if you like this area. This house just went on the market & is in a gated, water community called Hickory Bluff. Gorgeous home!
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Mon Apr 8, 2013
Christy Crumpler answered:
This home is bank-owned. Often, once a foreclosure is put on the market, the bank has a set procedure they follow on pricing. If it doesn't sell in a particular amount of time, they'll reduce it. In this instance it appears once an initial listing period passed, they reduce it by $5,000 every couple of weeks until they get an offer. Shortly after the last reduction to $59,900 they did get an offer and the home is currently under contract. ... more
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Sun Aug 23, 2009
Christy Crumpler answered:
From what I've read of it, it would appear not. NC does have funds, but Onslow County is not on the "greatest needs" list. Below is a link to more information on the program. ... more
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