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Greenville NC Homes For Sale: 698 White Horse Drive - 02/25/09 01:02 PM
Greenville NC Homes For Sale: 698 White Horse Drive, Greenville NC 27834MLS# 82315 Its elegant simplicity is revealed when you enter the front yard. Rock away on the sprawling tiled front porch while you meditate on life's rewards. The soaring foyer eases the transition between indoors and out. Old South touches such as four-inch white oak wood floors as far as you can see, staircase with iron railing and a large chandelier suspended from the second story ceiling make an artistic statement. The open floor plan dramatizes a versatile interior -- it's a tension-free home of bright colors with light, airy (0 comments)
$8000 First-Time Greenville NC Homebuyer Tax Credit Becomes Law - 02/19/09 02:35 AM
It was hard to keep track of the numbers floating around Washington last week, but an $8,000 tax credit for first-time Greenville NC homebuyers will be signed into law tomorrow by President Obama. It is not the $15,000 credit that was proposed by the House of Representatives, but it is a definite improvement over the $7,500 low interest loan that was in last fall's legislation. Who qualifies: First-time Greenville NC homebuyers who purchase this calendar year get an $8,000 tax credit which does not have to be repaid like a similar measure last year. This phases out for people making more (0 comments)
Greenville Real Estate Home Buying Tips - 02/17/09 11:03 AM
2009 will be a good year for Greenville home buyers. Lower prices, near record low interest rates and high inventories are all working in the favor of Greenville home buyers. Those home buyers making good long term financial decisions will reap the benefits of the currently soft market for years to come. Here are 5 home buying tips for 2009. 1. Think long-term We may see soft prices for in the short-term, but real estate like other markets, is cyclical. Over the long haul, the market will bounce back and prices will rise. 2. Think local Real estate is local. Ignore national headlines (1 comments)
Greenville Home Buyers To Benefit From Stimulus Bill - 02/10/09 08:32 AM
It looks as if our legislators in Washington are finally making positive steps toward fixing the house mess by including housing legislation in the Economic Stimulus Bill.Yesterday, the Lieberman/Isakson Amendment was included in the senate version of the Economic Stimulus Bill by a unanimous voice vote. This amendment would provide a Tax Credit to all home buyers at the rate of 10% of the sales price up to a limit of $15,000. The credit would be available for a one year period to all purchasers of primary residences. Dave Liniger, co-founder of RE/MAX International has this to say about the proposed (0 comments)
Strategies To Get The Best Deal When Buying A Greenville Home - 02/05/09 09:46 AM
Strategies To Get The Best Deal When Buying A Greenville Home Below are 5 powerful strategies to help you get the best deal when buying your Greenville home: 1. Don't Get "Pre-Qualified!" Get "Pre-Approved" Do you want to get the best house you can for the least amount of money when buying your Greenville home? Then make sure you are in the strongest negotiating position possible. Price is only one bargaining chip in the negotiations, and not necessarily the most important one. Often other terms, such as the strength of the buyer or the length of escrow, are critical to a (1 comments)
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