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Real Estate Market Report April 2016

The Crystal Coast real estate market place can finally start using terms like “stable”, “recovered” and “normal” in describing the conditions for both sellers and buyers. This has been a decade in the works but the good news as well as the promise of a better tomorrow have finally arrived. For those in a hurry, here is the short version of how April 2016 played out along the Crystal Coast. There was a total of 1,719 single family...
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3 to 5 Year Projections For The Crystal Coast Real Estate Marketplace

The near and long range prospects for the Crystal Coast real estate market looks very promising. Several key indicators both in the real estate and the mortgage sectors show either recovery or long term recovery solutions in play to what has been a horribly depressed and glutted market place. is the 6-7 years of real estate “funk’ finally over with?

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Crystal Coast Foreclosures and Short Sales

The Crystal Coast and surrounding counties saw a lot of foreclosures and short sale activity this past month. Mixed in was the stunningly high rate of cash sales. But do the two necessarily go hand in hand? And are foreclosures and short sales really worth the added hassles?

Crystal Coast Distressed Sales

Approximately 7 percent of all homes listed in the Crystal Coast and surrounding counties were some type of distressed property. This can be deceptive to the public because most of the time there is no...
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Low Lender Fees But Requirements About To Tighten

North Carolina has the 6th lowest set of lender fees in all of the US according to a recent survey conducted by Bankrate, Inc. In this survey North Carolina was only bested by Hawaii, Alaska, South Carolina, California and New Mexico.

Low Lender Fees

Bankrate, Inc is the internet’s leading aggregator of financial rate information. In this hypothetical purchase Bankrate requested a good faith estimate from up to 10 different lenders in each state. The amount requested was for a $200,000 mortgage for...
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