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Thu Mar 14, 2013
Rose Cramer answered:
In the Denver Lake Norman Area you will find about 3 grocery stores. We have Harris Teeters, Food Lion, and Walmart within minutes of Hwy 73 and Hwy 16. The crossing of Hwy 73/Hwy16 there is a super Walmart and Lowes. We are growing in this location. When I moved here 12 years ago it was very country with one Grocery Store.. So much is happening in this location. We love being able to walk to the store and also some very good restaurants. Fast food and sit-down. I would love to help you make this large decision on buying your next home. We have some nice homes on the market for your review depending on your price point. Dont hesitate to give me a call today. My mobile is 704-607-7514 look forward to your call ... more
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Thu Mar 14, 2013
Kimberly Wilson answered:
Not at all! Denver is a very nice small town with it's own Wal-Mart, Lowe's Hardware, several grocery stores, gas stations, and most of the fast food selections are all available within a couple miles of each other. Easy access to the new Highway 16. Approx. 35-40 to uptown Charlotte, 15 minutes to Huntersville/Birkdale, and 25 minutes to Mooresville. There are obviously lots of local shopping and dining options at fantastic prices! ... more
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Thu Oct 25, 2012
Alison Hillman answered:
Hi Herman Lehman,

That's a good question! You should work directly with an agent who can help you learn more about that specific property (and probably will know a lot about similar properties in the area). To find an agent, just click on the yellow button on the property's listing and you will be able to start a dialogue.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help with anything else. I am happy to be a resource for you. Good luck with the search!

Best,
Ali, Trulia Voices Community Manager
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Wed Mar 13, 2013
Rose Cramer answered:
Having a garden is safe about any where as long as you have the land to do so. Even HOA communities really have no issue with a garden as long as it is in the back yard.. As far as chickens /horses you need to stay out of an HOA community for sure.. I would say pretty much any rural area with at least an acre not in a HOA would allow horses etc. I have a pocket listing coming up and has 2 acreas in Iron Station, which is very close to Hwy 73 and Denver .. Give me a call at 704-607-7514 and I can set you up with a search to narrow down your homes for review. I am originally from York, Pa and have lived here over 15 years. Loving the area with no reason to go back. I can assist you on your search and love helping people coming from other locations. Look forward to hear from you.. ... more
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Wed Oct 13, 2010
Jeff Monfils answered:
Hi Loralee,
You need to talk to Rebecca. I will call with her number.

Kindest Regards,

Jeff Monfils
Director North Carolina Operations
BIC / CFA / CSSA
704.975.7616
Bastille Real Estate
3611 Mt Holly-Huntersville RD Ste 204-310
Charlotte NC 28216
www.BastilleRealEstate.com
jmonfils@BastilleRealEstate.com
Philippians 2:3&4
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Mon Aug 16, 2010
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Sat Oct 16, 2010
Jeanne Feenick answered:
Hi Lhs, I'll let your local agents comment on results in your specific area, but I can tell you that it is having a big impact here in my market in New Jersey. Case in point, new listing of mine, staged prior to listing, is under contract in less than 30 days. Other listings that sat through a 6 month listing period without selling, are staged, price respositioned if necessary...and wa-la, success.

By all means consider hiring a professional stager - it will impact the time to sell and your sale price positively based on my experience.

Good luck to you!

Best,
Jeanne Feenick
Unwavering Commitment to Service
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Thu Apr 15, 2010
Shantae Brown answered:
It is always intesting to see how many home in a subdivision are on the market in any given neighborhood however you may want to find out how many homes have sold as opposed to being for sale. Neighborhood size plays a key factor. For instance 10 homes on the market and in a neighborhood of 30 homes is quite different than 10 homes out of 300. You will also need to observe the absorption rate. If there are 10 homes on the market and the average number of homes selling are 1 per month then you have 10 months supply in that neighborhood. That is not taking into account any new homes that may come on the market. You may have a slower absorption rate and therefore more homes on the market. For more information or market data on Stonecroft please contact me by going to our office website at www.cbunited.com/denver Thank you, Shantae Brown, Broker-In-Charge, Coldwell Banker United, Denver Office 704-483-3651 ... more
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Tue May 8, 2012
Jeff Monfils answered:
Hello Ken, I would recommend Davidson or Huntersville, I do really like Denver personally. Sherrills Ford is pretty far out however it is a wonderful community. Denver is great also, it is on lower south west part of Lake Norman. It is really growing and posses tremendous positives. Huntersville is well established and convenient to almost all local amenities. Davidson is a great community too. It is growing by leaps and bounds and has several new neighborhoods. It is a little more of a commute like Sherrills Ford, but a great city. Hope this helps answer your questions. Have a great day.
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Kindest Regards,

Jeff Monfils
Broker - North Carolina Operations
Bastille Real Estate
704-975-7616
Philippians2:3&4
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Sat Sep 26, 2009
CCC answered:
Hi Cindy, I will give it a try. Not written rules says: no contingencies but it will depend on the listing agent and seller to take or reject your offer. I had accepted the same situation before , 45 days after submission, servicer request the removal of contingency but at least I know the "approved" short sale price and terms.
Dont fortget that once the short sale is approved most lenders will require a 30 day closing.
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