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Home Buying in Shallotte : Real Estate Advice

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Mon Dec 19, 2016
Linda Anthony asked:
Wed Jun 19, 2013
Richard Burge answered:
Wind and Hail insurance can cost you $1000 or more extra on your homeowners insurance. The average policy for a home in the area is now $2200 year for a three bedroom home.
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Tue Jun 18, 2013
hurbie1125 answered:
ok how much is hail and wind insurance in shallotte nc area
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Thu Jun 6, 2013
Richard Burge answered:
Send me your email address and I will send you all the pictures.
My email is BurgeHomes@gmail.com
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Mon Nov 28, 2011
Capt. Hugh James answered:
Hello Sheela,
In would be glad to answer your question about the food zone for a house you are looking at but I don't know the home in question. Please reply with the address and I'll be glad to answer this and any other questions that you have about this or any other home you are interested in. Thanks for asking and I hope to hear from you soon.
Sincerely, Hugh James
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Wed Jan 19, 2011
Larry Story answered:
Maureen,

It depends on your goal. Are you looking at one particular home that is listed as a pre-foreclosure on a website like Realty Trac? Be aware that many times with Realty Trac postings they are either late or possibly fixed. You see Realty Trac is running off the postings on public records. Many times homes going through a loan modification will appear to be in pre-foreclosure also. If the home is not listed for sale what you are seeing is that many times the homeowners are not really aware of the options open to them. I am a short sale specialist in my area and generally have 7 or 8 short sale listings of my own running all the time.

A licensed Realtor can approach the homeowner if it is not for sale. Now if this is a pre-foreclosure then I definitely suggest that you find a person very well experienced in short sales. We at least know our way through the banks paperwork (which varies with every bank) and their procedures.

If you need some help finding a "short sale specialist" for the area you are looking at just let me know.

Hope this helps,
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