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Sun Jul 28, 2013
Melissa Albert answered:
Hello Peter,

This is a great question for a lender. Find one locally and pick his or her brain.

Good luck
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Thu Feb 7, 2013
Carla Freund answered:
Bill, the best thing to do is check it out one evening. We may all have a different opinion of what is a problem and what isn't. There tends to be a pretty good buffer between those homes and the HS.

What you do need to consider is the noise when the marching band is practicing or playing. Having said that, Green Hope has one of the top marching bands in the area and some people may find listening to them enjoyable. It's just important to be aware.

Heritage is a great neighborhood with sweet people.

By the way, if you're looking to buy or sale and not working with a Realtor, I'm familiar with the neighborhood. Feel free to contact me directly. Best of Luck to you!
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Sun Apr 6, 2014
David Williams answered:
Hi Judith,

Who doesn't like pugs ?! :)

Here are a few links you may find helpful:

1) link that shows all Realtor listed properties for sale in Heritage Pines neighborhood you asked about
http://homesforsale.caryrealestate.com/i/6179/Heritage_pines

2) link for the local property management firm that manages Heritage Pines and has all the HOA documents:
https://emp.cincweb.com/?a=102

Typically the process is to submit a request for architectural review / approval - best/most accurate answer is verification from the HOA manager

Hope this helps!

David Williams
Broker
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Wed Feb 6, 2013
Jim Bartlett answered:
Hi Gina;
Because of restrictions of State and Federal Law I can not address your subject directly. When I look at your requirements I can think of several communities that potentially have homes that meet your criteria. I would be honored to assist you with your move as I did a similar move from NY many years ago. Please give me a call so we can discuss your needs more fully and I can setup a specific search around those criteria.
Jim Bartlett - Cary Home Seller
919-961-1238
"Simplifying Real Estate"
jim@caryhomeseller.com
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Thu Jan 31, 2013
Elizabeth Scott answered:
Hi Francesco: I agree -- sounds like Cary will be perfect for your needs. Cary is a big town and there are many areas that would fit the bill for you. I'd be happy to send you information on specific homes & neighborhoods. I've helped many folks find their dream home in Cary and the surrounding towns. I've worked extensively with folks who are relocating to our area, providing lots of great info such as schools, activities, restaurants, contractors, etc. -- much more than just buying a home, Get in touch & let me know how I may help you!
Elizabeth Scott, Realtor®, Broker
e-PRO, Strategic Pricing Specialist
Fathom Realty NC, LLC
Phone: 919.306.9699
TheSmartRealtorNC@gmail.com
www.Elizabeth.FathomRaleigh.com
www.TrianglePropertyLines.blogspot.com

Be Savvy…Call the Smart Realtor
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Thu Feb 5, 2015
Melissa Albert answered:
Hello,

I will be happy to assist you in locating a property. What area(s) are you considering. Email me and I'll send you listings based on your search criteria.
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
Jean (Zhihong) Fletcher answered:
I do have a couple of them at Carolina Preserve, Cary, NC 27519, a 55+ active adult community.

Please email or call at 919-607-1931.

Thanks,

Jean
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Fri Dec 7, 2012
Dora answered:
Absolutely Jane and agents are happy to offer you that service. I've been selling the Cary/Apex area since 1996 and would be happy to assist you in finding a new home in this area. I look forward to speaking with you - either by phone 919-395-5901 or email - dora@dorawallace.com ... more
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Fri Nov 30, 2012
Gabe Macaluso answered:
Good Morning Dexter,

Did you sign a buyers agency agreement? If so, it says in the agreement what commission you agree the buyers agent is working for. In that agreement it says the agent will do what they can to get it from the seller, but ultimately you are responsible for paying the agreed upon amount.

Additionally, with the Internet and so many real estate websites, it is becoming more and more common for buyers to feel like they are doing the legwork of finding the home.

Ultimately, you need to have a conversation with your agent. Talk to them about the expectations you had and where you feel they are not meeting those expectations.

A reputable agent should be able to explain and show you what they are doing, why they are doing it, and fix any problems.

All the best,
Gabe

Gabe Macaluso
Broker/Realtor
gabe@paramountrealtysolutions.com
919.228.9421
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Kelli Kaspar answered:
Not at all. Most all builders in our community will work with a buyers agent regardless when in the process they are introduced. It is your right and if they want to sell you a home they will respect your wishes to be independently represented in most cases. ... more
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Sun Dec 2, 2012
Mike Jaquish answered:
Call her in the morning and have an open discussion of your views of the situation and your expectations.
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Fri Mar 22, 2013
Elizabeth Scott answered:
Hi Bill: Heritage Pines is a great 55+ community with LOTS of activities going on all year round. They have a selection of either Villas (attached) homes which are 2-3-or 4 units. The monthly HOA for the Villas is $174 & includes termite treatments. The single family homes range from 1400 to 2400 Square Feet and the HOA for those is $179. All homeowners in Heritage Pines are provided with complete lawn maintenance (cutting, edging, blowing, etc.) and the HOA fee entitles all residents entrance to the clubhouse, pool & many other recreational activities. Let me know if you'd like more info on this or any other Active Adult communities in our area. As an experience Realtor, I have worked with many clients who are relocating, downsizing, or just looking for a new lifestyle! Give me a call: Elizabeth Scott 919-306-9699 or email: TheSmartRealtorNC@gmail.com ... more
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Wed Apr 10, 2013
John Davison answered:
Tanyen,

Any licensed Realtor can assist you with this request and identify lease to own properties for you. These are few and far between and can be costly and tricky if not navigated correctly. This might not even be the best option for you. Nonetheless, I would be happy to discuss lease to own properties with you, detailing the pros and cons, and help you determine the best course of action for you in your home search. My contact info is below. Thanks!

John Davison
Broker
Coldwell Banker Advantage
(919) 449-7721
jdavisonrealtor@yahoo.com
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Sun Feb 3, 2013
John Davison answered:
Safe is all relative to who you are and any Realtor knows that they shouldn't answer a question like that, other than to say "check the crime statistics.". Your best bet is to do that and to drive around the neighborhood and area and judge for yourself. If you want to sign a buyer agency agreement and designate me to work for you, I'll be happy to be a lot more candid, but for now, I'll leave it at this. ... more
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Fri Jan 11, 2013
Gabe Macaluso answered:
I am happy to help. I have a unique perspective on this issue because not only I am a Realtor, but I am also an 8th grade science teacher at Mills Park Middle in Cary.

With that being said, most all of the homes in Cary and Morrisville offer safe living and a kid centered environment.

The area you decide to live in either of these communities will most likely be determined by the type of home you are looking for, land, price, size, new construction vs. preexisting.

I would be more than happy to discuss the options you have on the phone, buying a home is a big job and it is important to know that you have someone looking out for your best interests.

I look forward to working with you soon.

All the best,
Gabe
gabe@paramountrealtysolutions.com
919.228.9421
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Wed Jan 9, 2013
Deborah Banks answered:
The Yardley floor plan. This home currently under construction, has two master bedrooms, one on the 1st floor and one on the 2nd floor. Large open exquisite floor plan with curved staircase. Approximately, 3921 in sq footage. For additional information contact Deborah Banks at (919) 201-7007. Thank you. ... more
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Thu Aug 16, 2012
Linda Morris answered:
I understand your concern. In the last year in Glenridge, the average closed sales price was $301,000K. However, in the last 6 months, the average sold price fell to $285,900. We are still seeing a little bit of price decline in the over $300K market. Are you thinking of listing in the next few months? Maybe you should wait until nexty Spring which is only 6 months away. I think that we have hit our lows and should see some price increases in the near future! We all hope so!
Please contact me if you have any questions or concerns. I would love to help!
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Thu Aug 9, 2012
Beth Nocks answered:
Do they have 4 bedroom rentals?
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Wed Sep 19, 2012
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Thu Jul 19, 2012
Tim Moore answered:
If you have a bank you deal with go there and sit down with a loan officer and ask questions. That costs nothing and they can do a prequalification and let you know the chances of getting a loan. Once you find out if you likely can get a loan then find a Realtor to work with. An experienced Realtor will be able to guide you and show you homes in your price range the lender told you. So far all this costs you $ZERO. ... more
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