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greenville: Greenville NC Foreclosure Trends - January 2011 - 03/01/11 02:29 PM
There are currently 130 Greenville NC foreclosure homes with 12 new foreclosures in January 2011, according to RealtyTrac.com. 1 in every 4,115 housing units received a foreclosure filing in January. Greenville NC Foreclosure Activity and 30 Year Interest Rate Interest rates on 30 year mortgages increased from 4.71% in Dec. to 4.76% in Jan. and the number of new foreclosures increased from 17 to12.
Foreclosure activity is based on the total number of properties that receive foreclosure filings - default notice, foreclosure auction notice or bank repossession - each month. Interest rate is based on the average 30-year fixed rate (0 comments)
greenville: How Today's Tough Times Mean Better Agents - 05/07/10 09:53 PM
The article below appeared in Dave Ramsey's 'Real Estate Minute' and is one I thought you would find interesting. The article is about how even though real estate is going through tough times, it has actually been good for the consumer. Changing real estate market teaches valuable lessons Being a full-time Greenville Realtor, committed to providing unparrelled service to my clients, and am one of Dave Ramsey's ELPs, I agree whole heartedly with Zach Wendt. Contact me when you are in need of an experienced and dedicated real estate agent. (3 comments)
greenville: Greenville NC Real Estate Market Trends - March 2010 - 04/27/10 08:12 AM
Pending home sales rose sharply in February, potentially signaling a second surge of home sales in response to the home buyer tax credit, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Contracts signed in February, rose 8.2 percent above February 2009. The data reflects contracts and not closings, which usually occur with a lag time of one or two months. Lawrence Yun, NAR chief economist, said the improvement is another hopeful sign. "The rise in pending sales may signal the early stages of a second surge of home sales this spring. The healthy gain hints home prices are continuing to flatten. We (0 comments)
greenville: Staging Your Greenville Home For An Open House - 01/08/10 12:18 PM
You are selling your Greenville home and the first Open House only a week away. The house is filled with clutter and things you don't want to throw away. But the clutter is not appealing to potential Greenville home buyers. What do you? Here are staging tips for an Open House. 8 Staging Tips For A Greenville Open House 1. Remove the clutter.Having a garage sale is out when removing clutter because the Open House is only a week away. You don't want to stuff the garage or closets to the gills either. One solution is to rent an off-site storage facility or stack (0 comments)
greenville: Tips For Greenville Sellers: Navigating Short Sales - 04/14/09 06:05 AM
If you're thinking of selling your Greenville home, and you expect that the total amount you owe on your mortgage will be greater than the selling price of your home, you may be facing a short sale. A short sale is one where the net proceeds from the sale won't cover your total mortgage obligation and closing costs, and you don't have other sources of money to cover the deficiency. A short sale is different from a foreclosure, which is when your lender takes title of your home through a lengthy legal process and then sells it. 1. Consider loan modification (0 comments)
greenville: How Greenville Homeowners Can Avoid Foreclosures - 03/01/09 06:50 AM
These can be difficult times for some Greenville homeowners. Current economic conditions are placing a great deal of pressure on family finances. There may be better options for you than bankruptcy or foreclosure. These options may enable you and your family to get back on your feet much quicker and with much less stress and heartache. It is our belief that individuals and families come first! We have received specialized training to provide you with information and options you must have to make an informed decision. We have a compassionate team of professionals to aid you. Our goal is to help (0 comments)
greenville: 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)
419 Honeysuckle CourtGreenville, NC $350,000 This home is accessible…to golf course, swimming pool, tennis courts and dining at the fabulous clubhouse. NO NEIGHBORS BEHIND…only the #3 green of prestigious Ironwood Golf Course. It’s where streets wind and nerves unwind—away from the turmoil of traffic. Once you go in, you will not want to leave. This custom built brick home with two bedrooms down and one up is perfect styling for today’s people. The tremendous bonus/game room upstairs was custom built to house a pool table which the sellers are leaving for you. As you enter, you’ll get a sense of (0 comments)
greenville: Sales of existing homes in Pitt have increased - 05/13/08 04:04 PM
For the first time since the spring of 2006, sales of existing homes in Pitt County have increased in consecutive months. That's not enough to signal a recovery to a bumpy housing market but does provide a glimmer of hope, local real estate agents said.Sales of existing homes in the Greenville area were up 6 percent in March after a 31 percent gain in February, according to the North Carolina Association of Realtors — the first consecutive increases since May (37 percent) and June (29 percent) in 2006. But sales are down compared to 2007 — 174 units sold in March (0 comments)
greenville: Forbes ranks Greenville #8 among small metros for business - 04/08/08 04:47 PM
The nation is facing growing economic challenges, but Greenville, some experts say, is good for business.Forbes Magazine pegged Greenville as the eighth-best small metro for business and careers in its annual rankings, released last month. Greenville is the state's only city ranked among the top 75 of its classification, though Raleigh was tops in the metro category for the second straight year."We're always pleased when we are recognized," Mayor Pat Dunn said. "I think it says something about Greenville. There are a lot of resources that make us an attractive place to do business."Forbes' rankings analyzed 179 small metro areas with (0 comments)
Its elegant simplicity is revealed when you enter the front yard. You will notice the exterior color of your home can be changed but can be strikingly beautiful without painting every five years; Hardie plank siding makes this possible. It resists peeling and cracking and stays gorgeous years from the day it was put on. 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 4” white oak wood floors as far as you can see, staircase with iron railing and a large (0 comments)
Tucker Estates is a prestigious location. People who like people should move into this friendly neighborhood. Located near a dead-end street, it’s a perfect area for children to play. You will love the gracious wooded setting with its privacy. It is convenient to ECU, schools, shopping and enjoyable activities. Both home and yard are well kept. As you enter the foyer with hardwood flooring, it takes you to a beautiful formal dining room with wainscoting, chair railing, dentil molding and hardwood flooring. Next you’ll step into a cozy and efficiently designed kitchen that provides focus for your family activities. With ample (0 comments)
greenville: Our real estate market is viable - 01/26/08 11:56 AM
Since real estate markets are so localized, we are proud to live in thriving Pitt County. Because North Carolina put stringent requirements on mortgage lenders several years ago, our real estate market is moderately stable. We haven’t seen the appreciation rates soaring like some areas in our state, therefore, we feel very fortunate to live in Greenville, NC. Historically, our single family homes have seen an average of 3% appreciation each year giving us a very healthy real estate market. The steady and measured growth of East Carolina University, Pitt County Memorial Hospital and local industry has provided us with (0 comments)
Yes, this cul-de-sac street is a child-safe location. Custom built for present owners who designed it for generous space and flexibility for your furnishings and enjoyment. The open plan dramatizes versatile interior — a very energy-conscious design! A feeling of newness with all new interior paint, new carpeted floors and awesome refinished hardwood floors. First impressions are important! A two-story foyer greets your guests and a beautiful stairway leads to the upper level. An elegant living room is framed by an arched doorway — set apart for formal entertaining. You will notice a formal dining room designed for lavish entertaining. (0 comments)
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