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Why I like this home in Wesley Oaks in Wesley Chapel, NC - 08/27/10 01:55 PM
Why I like this home in Wesley Oaks in Wesley Chapel, NC! Why you will too! It is located in beautiful Wesley Chapel, which is in Union County, just on the south side of Charlotte. If it was on a clock, it would be at about 5 o'clock. This is just a reasonable commute to Center Charlotte, roughly 45 minutes depending on the time of day. This is an incredible home with around 4,000 square feet and 6 bedrooms. (Yes, I said, six). Along with 4 bathrooms. The beauty of this particular home is the stunning care the homeowners have maintaned (0 comments)
Stop Thief! - 08/24/10 08:02 PM
Put your car keys beside your bed at night. In these times, I needed to be frugal, so one of the first expenses to go was my house alarm, then my HOA sent an e-mail out about how to make your own!Tell your spouse, your children, your neighbors, your parents, your Dr's office, the check-out girl at the market, everyone you run across. Put your car keys beside your bed at night. If you hear a noise outside your home or someone trying to get in your house, just press the panic button for your car. The alarm will be set off, (5 comments)
Radon Information - 08/23/10 02:40 PM
Did you know there are certain area's of Charlotte that are more prone to Radon? I bet you would be surprised if I told you that two Condo complexs just spent close to a million to fix there Radon problem! YOU need to always get a home inspection with Radon testing! You need to consult good REAL ESTATE agents! Join the many satisfied clients of LovingCharlotte! Service you can be proud to tell your friends!
Via Lane Midgett (1776 Real Estate Group Richmond, VA Local Expert ): Radon Information Radon gas - even the name sounds ominous, evoking images of (0 comments)
. Via Sharon Tara New Hampshire Home Stager (Sharon Tara Transformations): Seven Home Staging Steps That Will Sell Your New Hampshire Home
Home staging is preparing a house for sale. It is not decorating, it is marketing...strategic marketing. If you want to sell your New Hampshire home in the shortest time possible, a home staging consult, prior to listing, will give you all the information you need to guarantee that your product is ready for market. Here are seven (1 comments)
Short Sale - Mortgage & $avings money tied together? - 08/19/10 11:26 PM
I saw this interesting video blog. Are you in a Charlotte Short Sale situation? If you "Bank" at the same place your Mortgage is at, it would be well advised to get your money out of there and into a different bank. (may I suggest a local bank, to help out your local community!) It appears some banks maybe putting there hands in your Cookie Jar!
. Via Jonathan Osman (Charlotte House Hunter Group) (Keller Williams Realty): MY FIRST SALE, the popular primetime HGTV show, is looking for first-time home sellers (and their real estate agents!) in the Charlotte NC area.
We are looking for fun, high-energy people who are just starting the process of selling their first place! Our cameras will be there to capture all the trials and tribulations, stress and success of prepping for sale, pricing, negotiating, and ultimately selling a home for the first time. Taping will (0 comments)
Trampo-Floor! - 08/16/10 10:45 AM
This may have happened in VA, but it could easily happen in Charlotte North Carolina New Homes! Get an inspection and get a good REALTOR, even when purchasing a new home!! Via Jay Markanich (Jay Markanich Real Estate Inspections, LLC): DATELINE: Northern Virginia – the purchaser of a new home was frantic to find a home inspector to try to evaluate why a floor in his home under construction moves up and down. The dining room floor bounces. And not a little bit! Looking on the Internet, this purchaser was able to find a local home inspector. His popular website offered just the (0 comments)
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