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Fargo ND Homes For Sale May Update on Homes for sale
Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
Dave Werth - Full Time Realtor - CP Realty Fargo ND - 218-790-7653 - dave@relofargo.com 949 Homes for sale as of May 2014, and more buyers than homes.  This is a sellers market, so if you are interested in selling your home, now is the absolute best time I have seen in 10 years.  If you are a buyer you may want to weather the storm and wait until June/July for the market to settle down a little.  Twinhome values 3 years ago were around $129,000 and today are going for low $140,000 range.  Single Family homes are up about 9-11% from two years ago. Lots for sale are up in price as well.  Moorhead single family lots are in the range of $40,000 to higher end areas of around $75-$100K.  Fargo is in the higher end of the range and West Fargo lots are thining out with not much more room to develop. Dilworth MN was the fastest growing area percentage wise in the Red River Valley.  Glyndon will be the newest development starting in 2104 with 130 lots for sale.  There are a number of lots for sale in Horizon Shores in Moorhead MN starting at around $40,000 but can be a little smaller than normal.  Glyndon development lots will be the best value for your money and only 6 miles from Moorhead MN or 10 minutes out of South Moorhead on I94.  It looks like the MN side will increase in growth before the ND side with more lots to choose from at more inexpensive prices. Flood Insurance outlook for the ND side looks very uneasy as there is nothing in place and looming in 2018 is a proposal of 41.1' flood level which would put almost all of Fargo ND requiring flood insurance which is not going to be cheap.  Moorhead put a system in place and looks to have an advantage on ND side as well as lower property taxes. Contact Dave Werth for more information on homes for sale in the Fargo Moorhead area.  Contact Dave Werth Realtor at 218-790-7653 or email Dave @ dave@relofargo.com For home search information, please goto:  www.myCPRealty.com
Fargo ND First Time Home Buyer Education / Dave Werth 218-790-7653 Fargo Homes For Sale
Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
Dave Werth 218-790-7653 / Kvamme Real Estate / davew@kvammerealestate.com First Time Homebuyer Education - Fargo ND Moorhead MN Homebuyer Education Purchasing your first home will be one of the biggest financial decisions you make in your lifetime. This is not a decision you want to go into with your eyes closed. Many times in this process you will be asking yourself "Who can I trust? What is the next step? How do I know if I am getting a good mortgage product?" Family Life Credit Services is here for you! Family Life Credit Services is a Certified Homebuyer Educator. We offer an eight hour workshop once a month that will educate you on all you need to know about purchasing your first home. In these classes you will also hear from a realtor, a mortgage lender, a home inspector and insurance agent. Once you have completed the workshop you are entitled to a one-on-one counseling session where you and your homeownership counselor will develop an action plan to help you realize your dreams of owning a home. Did You Know? Most communities offer incentives for First-Time Homebuyers such as Down-Payment and Closing Cost Assistance as well as below market interest rates guaranteed by the government. Many of those funding program will only be granted if you attend a Certified Homebuyer Education Workshop. Some of the topics covered in our workshop are: Is Homeownership Right for You? Lifelong Money Management Financing a Home Qualifying for a Mortgage and the Loan Application Process Shopping for a Home The Closing Process Preventing Foreclosure Life as a Home Owner Predatory Lending Practices We encourage you to contact us if you are considering purchasing a home within the next year as this workshop would be very beneficial to you. If you have some further questions please Contact Dave Werth @ 218-790-7653 or davew@kvammerealestate.com Fargo ND First Time Homebuyers Class / Moorhead MN First Time Homebuyers Class
December Monthly Emailer - Dave Werth - Kvamme Real Estate
Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
Month of December  -  www.NewRealEstateProperty.com -  Dave Werth 218-790-7653 - Kvamme Real Estate " A little dose of everything all in one email" __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Quote of the Month "Kind words are the music of the world."Frederick William Faber (1814 - 1863, British Theologian) So why the long face? Long-term rates fell again during the week of Thanksgiving as concern for the economy deepened: the 10-year Treasury fell to 3.27 percent, taking mortgages a hair under 5 percent.  However, much of the new data in the holiday-shortened week was quite favorable: new claims for unemployment insurance nosedived to 466,000 last week, a huge drop from the prior 505,000 threshold and 200,000 below the worst of last winter.  Another happy surprise: October sales of existing homes surged 10.1 percent, sales of new ones by 6.2 percent, and even purchase loan applications showed a little life.  Look for a strong start in February, 2 months earlier than the norm for home sales to start moving.  Rates look to move higher in mid 2010 and may be there to stay...  Contact your lender for more detailed information... Personal Growth and Development Why We Must Connect With Others It is important to remember that we are human beings. And being human, it is important to realize that we are designed to connect with others. It is the separation of that design that removes the happiness and fulfillment that we all need. It is that connection that allows you to live The Good Life. It is not our calling to go about our lives focused only on what we do at work, and then try to fit our personal lives into the cracks of the day.  Our capacity for love, affection, warmth, and friendship are rich and reliable sources of human happiness. The key is to transform the "I" and "U" in our lives into "We." Evolving our lives to a higher level allows us to cultivate a sense of belonging that brings rich rewards of human satisfaction, along with better physical, mental, and emotional health. The key is to connect with others. Connecting with the human race helps to strengthen the wider community and is vital to building a better you. Restaurant of the Month:   PEPPER'S CAFÉ Pepper's American Cafe2510 University Dr. S.Fargo, ND 58103Phone: 701.232.2366South Fargo Looking for a Restaurant, check out this Chamber link to over 350 Restaurants to choose from:  http://www.fargomoorhead.org/restaurants/index.php?v=style _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ RECIPE OF THE MONTH -   "9 Layer Holiday Dip" Ingredients •·         4 slices lean bacon •·         1 (16 ounce) can refried beans, plain •·         1/2 cup sour cream •·         1/2 teaspoon taco seasoning •·         3/4 cup shredded chedar cheese •·         3/4 cup guacamole (Frozen or Prepared is Fine) •·         1/3 cup diced tomatoe (about 1 Romano Tomato) •·         1 tablespoon fresh cilantro, chopped finely •·         2 tablespoons sliced black olives •·         2 tablespoons finely sliced green onions Fry diced bacon until done, add refried beans and cook slowly and stirrer frequently until the bacon and bacon drippings are mixed through about 15 minutes, remove from heat.  Mix taco seasoning with sour cream and set aside.  To built 9 layer dip place ingredients in this order.  Place refried beans on serving platter spread out to 1- 1 1/2 inches thick. Then layer: 1/2 C shredded cheese, 1/2 C prepared sour cream, 3/4 C guacamole, diced tomatoes, diced cilantro, black olives, sliced green onion, and 1/4 C cheese for garnish Serve with chips.. ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Snowmobile Enthusiasts Snow is soon upon us and inevitable!  Keep up to date on your weather this season and visit:  http://www.noaa.gov/ Also, if your looking for a few friends to go riding with?  Check out http://www.claytrails.org/ for events, trail information, upcoming dates, and places to go riding! ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Managing Your Debt  -     For Couples Being Married and Handling the Money by Carol Ann Many times, one person in the relationship is primarily in charge of the finances, but it really should be a team effort.  When a couple is not on the same page, it's extremely hard to reach any debt elimination goals, much less overall financial goals. Getting married always brings sets of issues to the table, the biggest problem area can be the financial area. Lack of communication is generally the instigator for the problems to arise. So it's crucial that the communication stays open even if only one person is handling the normal processes, both need to know what's going on. Now you may think that you are taking on all the financial responsibility by being the one who is shouldering the burden of paying the bills, however what you may truly be doing is making your spouse reliant on you. If your spouse is not aware of all the financial information, then if something happens to you, how will they go on? Will they know what bills are due and who to pay? Or will they even know which bank their money is in?  If you think it's a protective measure to keep negative financial information from your partner, you're wrong; it's a good way of causing a problem. Even if money problems are all around, it's fair to let your spouse know what is happening in the household budgets. You don't have to talk about it every day but at least do an update once a quarter. Communicating about the finances can take a couple of different paths. One way is to have separate bills and separate accounts, this works well for some. Another way is to have a book where the money coming and going can be noted, then the spouse can look at it and it doesn't have to be a daily discussion. The best scenario is for both partners to be engaged in the handling of financials whether they are negative or positive. Sharing information makes it a team effort so that everyone works toward the same goal.  Prior to making any decisions regarding your ‘saving marriage' problems, visit www.LightYourFire.com. Their professionals can assist you in reviewing some marriage programs which would be helpful for you. Let www.LightYourFire.com show you the many ways they can find a solution to the issues. Invest In Your Future  -  An Offer You Can't Refuse? Many of us have heard the term "down-sizing." Down-sizing in corporations has taken its toll on the American worker. Many people, ranging in age from their late 40s to early 60s, now face very difficult employment decisions. In record numbers, employers in almost all industries are asking middle-aged, middle managers, to consider "early retirement." The offers may range from lucrative to paltry, but the decisions are difficult in almost every case. Let's review some of the factors to consider when evaluating one of these "offers you can't refuse."  You must consider three levels of concern when contemplating retirement. First, you must consider the emotional aspects of an early retirement decision. It is possible, in fact probable, that you never considered retiring today. For many people, especially those in their 40s and early 50s, retirement is still a hazy goal, far off in the future. They may not have given any thought to what they will do during retirement, whether they will seek other employment or any of a myriad of other opportunities.  The offer of early retirement can affect those who choose to stay with the company as well. Will they have the same, hopefully positive, feelings toward their employer and supervisor? Early retirement programs are often instituted by companies undergoing stressful and uncertain times. Staying around may seem almost as difficult as leaving. You may be unable or unwilling to make financial decisions until you confront these emotional and psychological issues. The second level of concern is financial. Obviously, you have two choices: do I stay, or do I go? If you choose to stay, what is the financial health of the company? Should you take the money and run? If you stay, what are the prospects for career promotions and pay increases? Will staying merely postpone an inevitable career change, under perhaps less advantageous circumstances? Of course, leaving is also fraught with uncertainty. If you intend to pursue another position, many experts estimate that your job search will last about one month for every $10,000 in compensation paid by the former employer.  Many early retirees become entrepreneurs, so the prospects for a new business and the need for start-up capital must be considered. When evaluating the retirement offer itself, there are also a variety of potential pitfalls.  Health insurance is a major concern for many, so find out whether you will continue to be covered. Employers with defined benefit plans may be granting additional years of service or assuming early retirees are older than their actual age for purposes of computing their benefit. The employer may also offer some additional benefit to tide the employee over until age 62 when they can begin to collect Social Security. The third level of concern consists of the tax issues that come into play. Numerous special rules may apply. For example, those who were at least 60 on January 1, 1996 may qualify to use ten-year forward averaging. Those who are 55 or older when they receive their retirement plan distribution are not subject to the 10 percent penalty. If you elect to pursue the substantially equal payment exception to the 10 percent penalty, the payments must continue for the longer of five years or turning age 59 ½. Of course, this brief article is no substitute for a careful consideration of all of the advantages and disadvantages of this matter in light of your unique personal circumstances. Before implementing any significant tax or financial planning strategy, contact your financial planner, attorney or tax advisor as appropriate. Feel free to call me at 817-501-6950 any time. Greg HuttoChartered Financial AnalystCertified Financial PlannerRiley Hutto Wealth Management, LLC Thank you for taking the time to read this months email.  If you have any suggestions, questions, or input, please do so, as every month is just a little more interesting with your help!!! Sincerely, Dave Werth 218-790-7653 Cell 218-236-7534 Fax davew@kvammerealestate.com www.NewRealEstateProperty.com Kvamme Real Estate 3401 S. 8th St. Moorhead, MN 56560
Dave Werth Kvamme Real Estate 218-790-7653 / Fargo Moorhead Home Builders
Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
Altra Builders, John Erickson PO Box 6440, Fargo, ND 58109-6440  (701) 866-0298
Alverson Construction, Inc., Greg Alverson 2515 58th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104-7102   (701) 237-6515
Baird Construction Inc., John Baird 16952 3rd St NE, Hillsboro, ND 58045   (701) 540-1044
BMW Homes, Inc., Willy Hofer PO Box 326, Dilworth, MN 56529-0326   (701) 729-3322
Bob Footitt Construction, Inc., Bob Footitt PO Box 7098, Fargo, ND 58106-7098   (701) 239-8125
Bob Schmit Construction & Installation, Inc., Bob Schmit 3117 41st Ave S, Fargo, ND 58104-6646   (701) 293-6869
Building Concepts, Inc., Alan Hochhalter PO Box 669, Fargo, ND 58107-0669   (701) 280-2091
Chris Lind Custom Home Contracting, LLC, Chris Lind 3301 13th Ave S Ste 102, Fargo, ND 58103   (701) 526-0882
Classic Construction, Inc., Linda Klebe 3330 Fiechtner Dr S Ste 102, Fargo, ND 58103-2321   (701) 729-4914
Cooper Bros. Construction, Inc., Kory Cooper 3463 80th Ave S, Moorhead, MN 56560-7619   (218) 790-1810
Cornerstone Specialties, Inc., Gary Orth PO Box 2251, Fargo, ND 58108-2251   (701) 729-9991
Dan Savageau Construction Inc., Dan Savageau 1213 Elm St N, Fargo, ND 58102   (701) 793-5180
Darren Daignault Construction, Darren Daignault 120 Riverwood Dr, Harwood, ND 58042   (701) 729-6113
Dave Anderson Construction, Dave Anderson 5916 2nd St N, Moorhead, MN 56560-6549   (218) 233-5798
Dave Schmidt Construction, Inc., Dave Schmidt 4831 2nd St SW, Moorhead, MN 56560-6760   (218) 236-1580
Delaney Homes, Inc., Scott Delaney 1046 32nd St S, Moorhead, MN 56560-6822   (218) 236-8087
Designer Homes of Fargo-Moorhead, Aaron Greterman 1555 43rd St S Ste 103, Fargo, ND 58103   (701) 492-5057
Dietrich Homes, Inc., Clay Dietrich 4151 38th St S, Ste B, Fargo, ND 58104-6909   (701) 364-2781
Doug Mjolsness Construction Inc., Doug Mjolsness 11557 Hwy 10, Glyndon, MN 56547-9587   (701) 361-0254
Dream Homes LLC, Harlan Herberholz 6282 14th St S, Fargo, ND 58104-7230   (701) 793-5823
Eid-Co Buildings, Inc., Jason Eid 1701 32nd Ave S, Fargo, ND 58103-5936   (701) 237-0510
Engberg Builders Inc., Terry Engberg 7802 Scorpio Cir, Fargo, ND 58104-7908   (701) 232-2689
Erickson Contracting of F-M, Inc., Roger Erickson PO Box 876, Moorhead, MN 56561-0876   (218) 236-8096
Frolov Brothers, Inc., Skip Frolov 41499 210th Ave SE, Winger, MN 56592-9429   (218) 280-3789
Gateway Homes of Fargo-Moorhead, LLC, Paul Krabbenhoft PO Box 575, Moorhead, MN 56560   (701) 799-0369
Harry Gilbertson Construction, Harry Gilbertson 5233 Farmstead Ct S, Fargo, ND 58104-3958   (701) 235-2187
Heisler Contracting Inc., Alex Heisler 3514 44th Ave SW, Fargo, ND 58104   (701) 361-4210
Heritage Homes, Tyrone Leslie 1815 38th St S, Fargo, ND 58103   (701) 281-7184
Hoepfner Construction, Gene Hoepfner 2945 40th Ave S Unit F, Fargo, ND 58104-6695   (701) 237-4951
Homeland Developers, Inc., Dan Passolt PO Box 800, West Fargo, ND 58078-0800   (701) 282-0066
Homeland Developers, Inc., Jim Morken PO Box 800, West Fargo, ND 58078-0800   (701) 282-0066
Innovation Development, Inc., Josh Brekke 3680 River Dr S, Fargo, ND 58104-6220   (701) 280-2773
ISR Homes, Dan Parrow PO Box 392, Perley, MN 56574   (701) 261-5901
J & L Construction, Jim Doeden 2521 S University Dr, Fargo, ND 58103-5736   (701) 238-2912
J.V. Hough, Inc., John Hough 1100 32nd Ave S, Ste A, Moorhead, MN 56560-5012   (218) 284-0143
JUST Construction Inc., Tim Feist PO Box 365, West Fargo, ND 58078-0365   (701) 793-7483
Kallod Construction Inc., Anthony Kallod 1037 4th St N, Fargo, ND 58102-3703   (701) 261-6316
Klein's Carpentry Inc., Terrill Klein 4733 36th Ave N, Reiles Acres, ND 58102-5434   (701) 239-4320
Krueger Construction, Inc., Greg Krueger 3386 River Dr S, Fargo, ND 58104-6262   (701) 239-0015
KWA Constructors, Inc., Kenneth Andersen 631 20 1/2 Ave E, West Fargo, ND 58078-4256   (701) 298-2907
Landmark Homes, Dave Barkman PO Box 922, West Fargo, ND 58078-0922   (701) 282-6276
Lynn Kummer Construction, Lynn Kummer 6745 County Road 3, Walcott, ND 58077-9546   (701) 372-3744
Mitzel Builders, Ambre Sorch 2401 46th Ave SE, Ste 101, Mandan, ND 58554   (701) 224-8083
Morlock Construction, Inc., Ron Morlock 524 Sunset Dr, Oxbow, ND 58047-5012   (701) 371-2791
New Creations Construction, Inc., Duane Krieger PO Box 10592, Fargo, ND 58106-0592   (701) 281-2531
Nor-Son, INC., Ben Meland 474 45th St S, Ste B, Fargo, ND 58103-0910   (701) 364-4071
Northland Home Construction, Inc., Joe Lomsdal PO Box 405, Moorhead, MN 56561-0405   (701) 866-3840
Paula Rae Homes & Gardens, Inc., Paula Simley 118 50th Ave E, West Fargo, ND 58078-8246   (701) 492-7410
Platinum Home Contracting Inc., Ben Orner 3470 Loberg Lane, West Fargo, ND 58078   (701) 799-3736
Randy Barta Construction, Randy Barta 5112 110th St S, Glyndon, MN 56547-9519   (701) 371-8191
RHR Construction Inc., Darin Hersch 5402 53rd Ave S, Ste C, Fargo, ND 58104-5622
 (701) 277-9797
Richard L. Pierce, Ltd., Richard Pierce 1714 Main Ave, Moorhead, MN 56560-3064   (218) 236-1443
RV Construction Company of ND, Duane Vesta 1802 27th St S, Moorhead, MN 56560   (218) 233-4471
Ryland Homes, Stan Ryland 3687 Taylor St, Fargo, ND 58104   (701) 232-9508
Sorum Design-Build, Paul Sorum 5843 Silverleaf Dr S, Fargo, ND 58104-7125   (701) 219-5601
Streamline Builders Inc., Robby Wysuph 1516 4th Ave S, Fargo, ND 58103   (701) 200-9140
Superior Homes, Inc., Brandon Bakken 10188 80th Ave N, Glyndon, MN 56547-9443   (218) 329-7219
Tester and Holman Construction, Jason Tester 813 Leonards Way, Argusville, ND 58005   (701) 799-6252
V & H Construction, Inc., Jeff Highness 409 5th St NW, Dilworth, MN 56529-1600   (701) 261-1519
Vision Construction, LLC, Ben Koppelman 416 Main St, Horace, ND 58047   (701) 491-0665
Zach Construction, Charlie Zach PO Box 114, Wahpeton, ND 58074-0114 
www.NewRealEstateProperty.com - Fargo ND Moorhead MN
Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
Contact Dave Werth for more statistics or additional information on the greater FM area! www.NewRealEstateProperty.com - 218-790-7653 Cell/Anytime Fargo is the largest community in North Dakota. Moorhead borders Fargo to the east. The communities are located near the intersection of I-94, which runs east/west, and I-29, which runs north/south. Residents have easy access to several forms of transportation including the Hector International Airport, Amtrak train station and Metro Area Transit - the city's bus system. The Fargo Public School District provides instruction through 15 elementary schools, three middle/junior high schools and three senior high schools. There are also several private schools in the community. During the summers, students in grades 6-12 can participate in the Trollwood Performing Arts School, a unique youth development program committed to providing high quality performing arts education, community entertainment and an appreciation of the arts. The program takes place in Trollwood Cultural and Arts Park and utilizes 36 acres of wooded riverbanks, open-air stages and Fargo Moorhead was voted the #1 area to start a business in 2006. In 2005, Fargo Moorhead was one of the Fastest "Top 10" growing cities in the United States. In 2007 New Home Construction grew 4.7%. Fargo Moorhead Real Estate continues to grow each day & is not showing any signs of slowing up soon. Major areas of growth today are; South East Moorhead, the Osgood area by West Fargo, & rural Sabin, Glyndon, Dilworth, Barnesville, Mapleton, Casselton, and Horace. Rural Real Estate has become popular due to lower taxes & a very short commute. Fargo is the largest community in North Dakota. Moorhead borders Fargo to the east. The communities are located near the intersection of I-94, which runs east/west, and I-29, which runs north/south. Residents have easy access to several forms of transportation including the Hector International Airport, Amtrak train station and Metro Area Transit - the city's bus system. The Fargo Public School District provides instruction through 15 elementary schools, three middle/junior high schools and three senior high schools. There are also several private schools in the community. During the summers, students in grades 6-12 can participate in the Trollwood Performing Arts School, a unique youth development program committed to providing high quality performing arts education, community entertainment and an appreciation of the arts. The program takes place in Trollwood Cultural and Arts Park and utilizes 36 acres of wooded riverbanks, open-air stages and renovated farm buildings to conduct its program every year. A major production of a main stage musical that features the students as participants is the highlight of this program. For those seeking higher education, there numerous colleges and universities located within 50 miles from the city center. North Dakota State University is a four-year institution and is located right in town. Concordia College and Minnesota State University are located in nearby Moorhead. Northwestern Technical College, also located in Moorhead, is a two-year campus that offers programs for associate degrees, diplomas and certificates as well as technical training courses. The Fargo Park District prides itself on the numerous beautiful parks located throughout the city offering everything from ball fields and basketball courts to picnic facilities and shelters. The district oversees several other facilities including the Robert D. Johnson Recreation Center, the Edgewood Chalet, the Northern Pacific Depot and three indoor ice facilities; Coliseum, Sports Arena and Metro Rec Center. In the winter, skiing, sledding and tubing are available at the Edgewood Chalet and the Dike West. The Northern Pacific Depot has been a Fargo landmark since its construction in 1898. In 1971 Burlington Northern, successor to the Northern Pacific Railroad, deeded the depot and its grounds to the city of Fargo. Momentum to preserve the historic landmark began to gather steam. In 1975 it became the first Fargo building entered on the National Register of Historic Places, and a campaign was begun to restore its interior. Presently owned by the Fargo Park District, the depot also houses the Fargo Senior Commission and the Senior Center. Fargo offers a wide array of entertainment opportunities from sophisticated drama to world famous singers to an old-fashion rodeo. The Celebrity Walk of Fame - located at the Convention and Visitors Bureau -- is a growing collection of more than 100 star signatures, handprints and footprints in cement. Fargo prides itself on its rich history. The initial settlers in the area were Scandinavian, German and European immigrants. The city was named for William G. Fargo, a partner in the Wells-Fargo Express Company. Early Fargo was then a collection of small shops, stores and warehouses that were clustered along Broadway and Front Street. In 1893, nearly all of downtown Fargo was lost in the Great Fire of that year. After the fire, new construction favored more fire resistant buildings. Fargo continued to expand during the national economic boom that started in 1898 and ended with World War I. During the war, The Ford Motor Company built a large assembly plant downtown on Broadway and the Northern Pacific Railroad came through the area. Both of these events brought more residents to the area. Today, Fargo is a rapidly growing cosmopolitan or as the locals call it a micropolitan city. While some may believe that Fargo is a place of never ending snow and unusual accents, the city has been consistently recognized as a place where an excellent quality of life can be found. But there is more than just parks to enjoy throughout the year. There are a variety of golf courses in the area and the Red River Valley is home numerous bike and walking trails. Zoos, museums, theatres and historical sites are located throughout the area. With 300 acres of bluestem prairie woods, a swimming area, camping and river communities, Buffalo River State Park is well suited for family fun and environmental education. A variety of free programs and field trips are offered to the public, area school districts and other groups. Another great diversion for residents and visitors are the many shopping possibilities. The First Center South, the Northport Shopping Center and the University Square are all located in Fargo. The busiest area in Fargo is around I-29 and 13th Avenue and this is where the largest shopping mall in the region is located. West Acres Shopping Mall features retail stores, department stores and a host of restaurants. There is also an antique mall for those that are looking for that special antique. renovated farm buildings to conduct its program every year. A major production of a main stage musical that features the students as participants is the highlight of this program. Contact Dave for more statistics or additional information on the greater FM area!
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Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
Buyer Tips Are you ready to buy a homes? Have you had a steady source of income for 2-3 years and is it a reliable source? Do you have any outstanding debts such as credit card or car payments? Do you have money for a down payment? A good record of paying your bills? The means to pay a monthly mortgage? Become pre-approved Once you choose a lender, they will perform an extensive check on your current financial status. They will determine the loan amount your will be eligible for. Doing this will help the seller know you are capable of buying a home and that no problems will arise. Determine your needs Make a note of why you are looking for a new home. Is your family growing, would you like to build equity, are you moving to a new town? Create a mental picture of what you would like your future house to look like. Make a list of must have items and another list of items you would like to have. It's extremely important to know exactly what you need in your new home. Give yourself a time frame for buying a home. THis will keep you on track and give you a guideline to follow. Your agent will be able to assist you once they know exactly what you want and will help to fulfill you needs. Dave Werth www.NewRealEstateProperty.com
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Dave Werth, ABR GRI EREOC ESSC ( CP Realty )
This is the Fargo Moorhead Area's Top Internet Source on searching, buying, and selling Fargo Moorhead area Homes and Fargo Moorhead Real Estate with up to date listing information and detailed property MLS search capability! NewRealEstateProperty.com offers property information related to buying and selling homes for sale in Moorhead and Fargo, West Fargo, Dilworth, Reiles Acres, Sabin, Glyndon, Oakport Township, Horace, Harwood, Cass County, Clay County, and surrounding Fargo Moorhead Real Estate.This site is dedicated to relocation information for Fargo ND and Moorhead MN, West Fargo ND, Fargo Moorhead Surrounding Rural areas, and almost anything else related to living in or working the FM area. Please visit the links to Featured MLS Listings. You will find Fargo and Moorhead residential condos, condominiums, town homes, twin homes, investments, real estate and new construction properties marketed for sale and for rent by Top Fargo Moorhead Realtors. Specific Information on Loans for VA, HUD, Short Sales, and Foreclosures are available by contacting Dave Werth directly. Explore the communities of Fargo, Moorhead, West Fargo, Hawley, Glyndon, Harwood, Dilworth, Horace and Casselton, Kindred, Valley City, Lakes Area, North Dakota, and Minnesota, . Featuring extensive Fargo and Moorhead information links, consumer links, school information, free reports, answers to commonly asked real estate questions, First Time Home buyer Loans and much more. If you're thinking about buying a home as a First Time Homebuyer, attend The Home Buyer/Homebuyer Education Program. The program can help you qualify for down payment and closing cost assistance up to $3,000 from the city of Fargo, ND, and $4,000 from the city of Moorhead, MN. Plan now to attend home buyer educational classes for FREE, as the homebuyer education classes and individual financial counseling sessions are available at Family Life Credit Services and The Village. Contact Dave about a Home buyer Education class schedule, or email Dave for more information on Homebuyer Education Classes and schedules. Dave is an instructor for First Time Homebuyer Education.Are You......a First Home buyer Homebuyer? Curious about houses and prices in Fargo, North Dakota, and Moorhead Minnesota? Wanting to move into Fargo Moorhead (or find rural property)? Preparing your home to sell: what do you do to get ready to sell? Wondering about down payment, financing, closing costs, interest rates etc?...... Are you Transferring, Relocating, Comparing home prices in the Fargo ND Moorhead MN West Fargo ND or surrounding FM area? Thank you so much for your consideration! Search around my website for more information on Fargo Moorhead Real Estate and much more! Dave Werth is one of the Top Fargo Moorhead Buyer & Listing Agency services. Dave is one of Kvamme Real Estate's Top Producers....Kvamme Real Estate Realtors are Members of the Home Builders Assoc, Graduates of the Realtors Institute, Certified Residential Specialists, Certified First Homes Specialists, & Fargo Moorhead Association of Realtors.....Specializing in Buyer Agency, Relocation, Investments, 1031 exchanges, New Construction, Residential Marketing.
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