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Real Estate

Greenville, North Carolina is a bustling city, offering a small town feel in a larger more urban area that provides much needed jobs for the Carolina economy. Commonly known as the â € mMerald Cityâ, Greenville NC has always been renamed for its excellent educational system and its outstanding hospitals. One of the largest hospitals (and a large employer) in North...

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This year brought many changes to the Greenville area with the City's emphasis on revitalization downtown and subsequent projects in the outer edges of the city. In 2003, the National Trust for Historic Preservation brave Greenville its Great American Main Street award, leading some real estate developers to call it "a model for urban redevelopment." Acclaim went to the emphasis put...

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In a time where people are wondering what the decline in the real estate market will have on the nation in terms of effects, buyers are also seeking out areas that have not been hit as hard as others. Across the nation real estate investors are starting to sweat as they see the demand for homes in the elite areas going down...

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After you have bought your house in Scottsdale real estate, there's a possibility that something will malfunction or break. To put your mind at ease, it's wise to get a home protection plan, especially if it's your first time to buy a home and you do not know anything about maintaining it. A home protection plan does not cost much;...

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As of the writing of this article, there are still many questions left to be answered in relationship to Chinese drywall. This uncertainty has led many potential buyers to question the home of their dreams. Estimates are that homes built between 2001 and 2008 could have been affected. With so many homes potentially affected by Chinese sheetrock, it is...

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Buying a house can be a very stressful undertaking especially if you are a first time buyer. However it can be a very pleasant experience if you get a little information before starting your search. Here are some important factors: 1. Location 2. Time 3. Cost 4. Type 5. Credit...

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Children have a way of bringing out the best in their parents: drawing out their instincts to provide, to hunt and gather, to educate and guide. Parents want their children to be healthy. They want them to be safe and warm. They want to give them the world. But what about real estate? Is buying a child a...

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It has been said that buyers are irrational beings. Buyers think that they make their decisions through a reasonable weighing of the facts. However, research shows that they actually buy from their emotions first and use their logic skills second. Once someone has chosen what to buy, they then look for reasons why it is a good decision. This...

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When buying used or foreclosed homes, you can usually find lists of foreclosed or formerly-owned homes at your county hall, at the courthouses, or online through many different real estate listing websites. While buying used, or either foreclosed homes has many benefits, there are definitely some risks involved. Old homes can be just as problematic, or worse, as back-breaking, as...

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