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It is best to improve your credit score if possible as getting a home loan with a score below 600 is becoming almost impossible now days. I would reccomend talking to a lend ... more
If you are a first-time buyer, or otherwise of limited means, I would suggest a very cautious approach to foreclosure homes.
Commonly bank REO (Real Estate Owned) properties a ... more
Overall, there will generally be more maintanence issues on an older home. An air conditioning and heating unit ... more
Highcroft Village is realtively new. They started building in January. It'll look very similar to Highcroft once it's completed. The subdivision has custom higher end h ... more
You just need to ask!
Here's one link for a Cary/Raleigh Property manager.
West Cary is very nice. If you let me know what your requirements are I can send you the homes that are available for rent.
Also you can try craigslist.
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Several points to consider. You are buying the property. You are giving money to the seller for the property. All payments by the seller to other persons, are coming out of ... more
First you should get pre-qualified for a loan so you know exactly how much you can afford. It all depends on you, some clients can see ten houses and make an offer while oth ... more
Wellesley and Upchurch Farms are two subdivisions that meet that criteria, they are resales. Are you looking for new construction or resale?
Let me know if you need an ... more
There are first time home buying programs here that are funded by the state. You would have to talk to a lender to see if you qualify. An agent in my office helped someone ... more
There are some communities like that all over NC. In the Cary area I would suggest using a company I have dealt with in the past. They specialize in retirement homes and vacati ... more
You showed your hand and have lost some negotiating leverage. But in a buyers market, it may not hurt you too much. Just be firm in your willingness to walk away. And mean it. ... more