But it's not REQUIRED that we put it down when we list a home. Combine that with a "i'd rather not say it's THAT builder& ... more
1. I haven't had anybody buy tract builder spec construction from plan since the credit crunch occurred.
2. I've always recommended the loc ... more
I wouldn't rebate you my compensation because you don't pay the compensation, either in hard dollars or in hig ... more
Hey, I was just wondering what happened to you today.... =) Pretty quiet around here.
The berm question is a little tough to answer well without visiting the property.
I ... more
Some have shrubs and trees and even fences around them, and some are wide open to view.
And some retention ponds are quite attractive as they are designed to hold water all year ... more
This is a very complex question. With rates as low as they are you are right that you may be better off keeping your cash in your pocket and investing it in other ways if this ... more
There are many people - Realtors - in the Triangle who will be happy to provide you with good advice. I notice you have several questions about buying here, and I'm goin ... more
It is a good idea to have a party not affiliated with the seller looking over your contract and terms. A new home is exciting but you should always have your own agent in yo ... more
When you get this specific with your questions (same as the one on Weldon Ridge), then i ... more
It can be tricky sometimes lining up financing when you have investment properties - but the good news is you have a rental history on both properties and i assume fully exe ... more
Average Price per square foot is only useful when you compare homes that are largely similar in area, size & quality. List prices being higher than selling prices can als ... more
Are you buying in Cary, or in Wisconsin?
If you are buying in Wisconsin, you probably should raise the question in a Wisconsin page.
If in North Carolina, unless you eng ... more