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Real Estate Agent - Fonville Morisey Realty
Real Estate Blog that discusses housing market in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area of North Carolina

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2010 

Realtors and Mortgage lenders have always advised homebuyers to refrain from applying for consumer credit once the home buying process has started, but effective June 1st 2010, new Fannie Mae rules require mortgage lenders to order a new full credit screening immediately before closing.   The pr...
Posted almost 4 years ago
While the Homebuyer Tax Credit has expired for most buyers signing contracts after April 30, 2010, the credit remains in effect for certain military personnel and foreign service employees deployed overseas for 90 days or more between January 1, 2009 and April 30, 2010.  They can still claim the...
Posted almost 4 years ago
This Chapel Hill Home is Under Contract in 30 days. $205,000 103 Stewart Lane Unit BChapel Hill, NC 27514 Square Feet: 1360 Bedrooms: 3 Bathrooms: 2 full, 0 half Floorplan Design: 2-story Property Type: End Unit Town House Architectural Style: Transitional Year Built: 1995 Subdivision: Erwin Vill...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Thinking of selling your Chapel Hill, Durham or Raleigh North Carolina area home? Think your home is in good condition? When was the last time you ventured under your homes crawl space or climbed into the attic areas?  Are your GFCI's working properly, have you recently installed a new hot water ...
Posted almost 4 years ago
Home Buyers who sat on the fence as the Federal Home buyers incentives expired for those not under contract by April 30th with a scheduled closing on or befor June 30th, missed an opportunity to purchase a home and enjoy up to $8.000.00 dollars in tax credits. If you've missed out on tax credit, ...
Posted almost 4 years ago
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Real Estate Blog that discusses housing market in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill area of North Carolina