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2009 

Congress has voted to extend the current higher Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and FHA loan limits through 2010. The present loan limits would expire at the end of 2009 and revert to previous lower limits. The higher limits, along with the home buyer tax credit extension, are necessary to keep the marke...
11/23/2009
Greenville Homes For Sale: 102 E Nichols Drive, Greenville NC 27858 MLS# 92573 Surrounded by century old trees and located in an established neighborhood, this spacious home built in 1965 is rich in tradition with a nostalgic quality found only in older homes. A brick, floor-to-ceiling masonry fi...
11/17/2009
Greenville Real Estate For Sale: 3311 Country Wood Lane, Greenville NC 27858 MLS# 92769 Mature trees, professional landscaping, and mellow brick walkway lead guests to the entrance of this distinctive custom built home. A soaring two-story foyer with chandelier, chair rail, and hardwood flooring ...
11/12/2009
The $8000 first-time home buyer tax credit was scheduled to expire in just a few short weeks...Nov 30, 2009. I say ‘was', because the Senate voted unanimously to extend the credit on Monday and the House of Representatives approved the extension yesterday afternoon by a vote of 403-12. The ex...
11/09/2009
Greenville Homes For Sale: 200 S Warren Street, Greenville NC 27858 MLS# 92574 Surrounded by century old trees, this spacious home built in 1957 is rich in tradition with a nostalgic quality found only in older homes. The great room features chair rail, heavy molding, ceiling fan, wood burning fi...
11/02/2009
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