I would recommend that you have your own agent (buyer's agent) to represent you. You need the guidance of a professional and someone who'll be looking out for your best interest.
A contingency period is agreed upon among both parties and can be for any number of days or months. Essentially if your house does not sell within a predetermined amount of time you are no longer obligated to purchase the home you made an offer on.
This IS a single family attached home, so what's your beef? ("Dishonest" is a bit harsh, don't you think?)
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You do need both. The average sales price is telling you what things are selling for and the average home price is telling you what is on the market. it is the properties on the market that are your competition when listing your house, so you need to see what they are selling for to be at median or below. Both an appraisal and BPO will use data from both.... more
It is expired right now but should be coming back on the market with a new agent soon. It was a real fixer upper with the plumbing and other items missing! If you're looking for a fixer upper or investment home, I do have access to others in better shape for similar dollars.
I specialize in diatressed properties. I've helped hundreds of folks purchase these types of home for persoanl and investment use.
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Builders contracts are authored in their favor you need to locate a real estate agent who will represent you. We answer soooo many questions weekly where there are problems between builder and buyer .
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You have a lot of options. What lot size would you require, any other prerequisites?
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Cary is a great city that has garnered numerous awards and accolades from Money Magazine & Fortune Magazine. The schools are some of the best in Wake County.
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There are a lot things to consider when buying an investment property. My first suggestion would be to work with a local lender to find out what kind of programs you qualify for based on your income and down payment, etc. Then if that looks postive synch up with an realtor who can help you identify neighborhoods that rent and appreciate well. Feel free to call our team for additional information. We work with investors and can share our experiences as landlords and give you an ideal of our current market conditions.
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It sounds like Hickory, NC is the perfect area for you! My wife and I work with home buyers as they relocate into Hickory, NC and assist them in finding their new home! Hickory, NC is an award winning city that has business opprotunities will still maintaining that "home town" feel. We have lovely weather, and we are located right in the "middle" of North Carolina - which means a short day trip can take you to the gorgeous blue ridge mountains or the white sandy NC beaches!
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Hi...there are tons of choices for homes in that price range in downtown Raleigh and surrounding areas due to the revitalization that's going on in the neighborhoods in the city's center. Fonville Morisey/Long & Foster is the largest company in the area with the largest market share. I am a Realtor/Broker with Fonville Morisey at the Brier Creek office, so if I can help you with your search in any way, please call me at 919-785-4240 or email email@example.com. You can also search for homes online at my website www.wendynormanonline.com. I have lots of market data I can share with you and can help you pick out homes that are priced competitively. I look forward to hearing from you...have a wonderful afternoon!... more
Prices of the homes have come down significantly trough out North Carolina and Wake County is not an exception to that as well. There are still lots of over priced homes but many sellers are becoming reasonable and pricing to sell. In my experience best value right now is in resale homes and sometimes in new construction that has been finished last year and still not sold. Foreclosures are rarely good deals as they are almost always in not so good shape and I am not seeing that many around here anyway.
You should located good buyers agent and he / she will find it for you. That way you will be updated about all new listings and you will have someone on your side that can advise you as well as negotiate for you so you can get best possible deal for your money. Let mw know if you need any help locating good buyerâ€™s agent.
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You need a real estate attorney to get involved. This has gone way past reasonable from a timing perspective. Too many questions outstanding to offer any advice, and the advice you really need should be coming from an attorney.
Of course I am partial but the triad area (Greensboro, Winston Salem, and High Point) has had a steady increase in home values. Now the Triangle area you are in is good also. The saying goes is to find the worst home in the best neighborhood. Of course it depends on your price range and how much of a fixer upper you are wanting. For government foreclosures in your area check HUD.gov. You can contact a realtor in whatever area you decide on and they can dig up the best deals for you. One thing you have to consider is do you want to just get involved in cosmetic fix ups or are you ready to take on something bigger? Are you ready for plumbing problems, roof problems, or electrical? Decide on your price range and then decide on how much you want to commit to your renovation budget. Then get a good home inspection and make a plan/budget. It is a good field to be in and you can make money just be very prepared and plan, plan, and then plan for the worst. I have done my share but, I do most of the work myself and contract out very little.
To get back to your question; I know the triad areas home appreciation is a steady 3 to 4% per year and has not faltered. Of course some areas are more then others.
I would get a home close to your area, long distance investments like this don't usually come out well. You need to be able to supervise and be there often.
Good Luck and happy house hunting. Hope this helps.