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Charlotte Snowfall!
First, when assessing an area, everything is relative. Charlotte has many residents from across the nation and across the globe. When consider Charlotte fro a home, weather is always a large factor. Yesterday, January 28th, we had our first (and likely Read More...
Mortgages for the Self Employed
It is very difficult for self employed business people to obtain mortgages in today's real estate market. The lenders are no longer willing to make loans to many self employed workers regardless of how great their credit. I frequently speak to frustrated Read More...
Posted: Friday, October 22, 2010 6:54 PM by Abby Nelson | (Comments Off)
Charlotte Real Estate Market: New Homes or Pre-existing Homes
When searching Charlotte Real Estate, you need to consider both new construction or a pre-existing home. A new home has benefits but we first must be certain we are comparing homes fairly. The Charlotte builders that survived the economic down turn had Read More...
Posted: Wednesday, July 28, 2010 7:02 PM by Abby Nelson | (Comments Off)
Selling Charlotte Area Homes?
Many people are simply tired of "waiting out" the economy and ready to move on. Many Home sellers across the a are in this situation. If is difficult to voluntarily accept less money than you had expected just a few years ago but that is our Read More...
Posted: Tuesday, February 23, 2010 11:27 PM by Abby Nelson | (Comments Off)
Charlotte Homes and 100% Financing
Can you still get 100% financing for homes? We thought those days were long gone but there is a Government loan program operated by the USDA. The purpose is to provide rural communities with access to 100% financing for their homes. So how does this apply Read More...