I wish I had seen this foreclosure auction, since I have never been to one of the mass foreclosure auctions.
There was a fair crowd at the Wake County Courthouse yesterday for the scheduled Hasentree Foreclosure Auction. And it was postponed.
Chatting about the Hasentree foreclosure auction this coming Friday reminded a couple of us of all the things that can befall a Buyer at the Courthouse auction.
The Triangle Business Journal reported today that YSU is following Fonville Morisey’s acquisition by Long and Foster, and being acquired by Prudential.
As of October 1, 2008, there are new disclosure requirements in North Carolina for real estate agents regarding commissions, and “Additional Compensation.”
Hasentree is slated for the auction block, golf course and all…
Yesterday I went to the Wake County, NC, Courthouse to observe the foreclosure auctions.
As of today, we have two Days On Market details in the TMLS: “LADOM” and “CDOM.”
My initial video-blog, and the topic is foreclosure homes and first-time buyers.
Can something be “free,” and not be “affordable?” Sure. But, I guess in real estate some folks feel they have to “sell what they have.”
I wrote a little ad piece for the Cary News this week, in the “Consult a Specialist” Q&A section.
I have this great client, Mark. We worked together to get him a renovation project, and succeeded in finding a dandy.
Too often, homes go up on the MLS with no photos, or with really bad photos. I wonder why?
Some agents avoid land and lot sales. They don’t understand it. Some agents pursue land and lot sales, because they think it should be “easier.” Dangerous thinking. It isn’t “easier.”