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Mon Apr 30, 2012
Betty Perigen answered:
Check our your local paper and visit some property management firms in your area. Ask for lists of properties for rent and if you have time, even drive by to look at neighborhoods and general areas. You want to be competitive with what other houses are going for that area the same number of beds/baths/square footage and even comparable neighborhoods ... more
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Fri Jan 23, 2009
Stanton Homes answered:
Finding anything with 2-3 acres in Apex can be a bit of a challenge these days! Land is at a premium in this area, because it's so central to Raleigh, Jordan Lake, Cary, and more.

Here is one place to check HUD listings - this is only one type of foreclosure, though, and there is nothing currently listed in Apex.

Hope this helps!
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Wed Mar 2, 2011
Michael Colvin answered:
I am sorry but I didn't get the information of which house , address etc.. I would be happy to assist you in selling your house.
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Sat Jan 19, 2008
Stanton Homes answered:
What's interesting is that even more homes have sold above $400K this year than last year. It's just that there are more homes available than have been sold. A real estate agent will be able to tell you what similar homes in the neighborhood have been selling for, but in the Triangle area, homes are still selling at 95-97% of asking price. On a $669,000 home, that means that in most cases, the average seller accepts an offer of no less than $635,550. In a sought after area with a home in a hot price point, offers are still being written for above asking price.

Of course every situation is different, and this seller may be more motivated than others, but a discount of 25% seems unlikely. There are very, very few builders with that high of a profit margin!
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