Wedgewood North’s 25th Anniversary

What Can You Expect When Selling Your Home? Silly  items on your inspection report, that is what:   When your home was built, the real estate industry and buyers were significantly more practical when it came to the purchase of a home.  Everyone understood, if you purchased a home that was not new, you could expect a certain level of wear and tear.  Well those days are gone!  When you sell a home in Wedgewood North, here are items that can derail your sale and/or cause headaches for the new buyers and yourself: • Light bulbs that are not working:   Inspectors rarely test light bulbs and/or fixtures in 2017, if a light bulb is not working,  the inspection report will indicate to the…

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NorthStone Community and Country Club is turning 20!!

Northstone 20 Yer Anniversary

What Can You Expect When Selling Your Home? Silly  items on your inspection report, that is what!   When your home was built, the real estate industry and buyers were significantly more practical when it came to the purchase of a home.  Everyone understood if you purchased a home that was not new, you could expect a certain level of wear and tear.  Well those days are gone!  When you sell a home, here are items that can derail your sale and/or cause headaches for the new buyers and yourself: • Light bulbs that are not working:   Inspectors rarely test light bulbs and/or fixtures in 2017, if a light bulb is not working,  the inspection report will indicate to the new…

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1st time Home Buyers Guide

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Download your free first time home buyers guide developed for North Carolina and the Charlotte Region designed by Executive Sellers Realty

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Benefits of Buying a Home

benefits of buying a home

Congratulations, you are thinking about purchasing your first home. Many people reach this step; however, due to rumors or fear they never seem to complete the task of buying a home.

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Top 6 Real Estate Secrets

Real Estate Secrets

Real Estate:  Knowing the top 6 real estate secrets, will help you sell your house faster and allow you to get more value from the commission dollars you pay your agent. #1: Real Estate Open Houses Don’t Work. Open houses are a thing of the past. Years ago, when you wanted to sell your home, the only way that buyers could see the inside of your home was to be invited to view your home via an open house or making an appointment with the agent listing your home. Now, if a buyer wants to see your home, they can just go online, to any of a dozen sites, and see the inside of your home without ever having to…

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Commercial Lease, What you need to know

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As your business grows, you may start investigating moving your business from your home to a commercial space and with that comes the commercial lease. For many people this is a new experience and it differs significantly from renting a residential space, as a result, many first time commercial renters sign bad leases. In an effort to clear up the confusion, this article should help you make the right decisions. As always, please consult with a lawyer and/or your Realtor before signing any leases.

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Rental SCAM Alert

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Many homes advertised as rentals, are really not for rent, when looking through Craigslist and other online rental sources, makes sure you use common sense.  If the deal is to good it probably is a scam. Here are a few steps to protect yourself from con-artists:   1)  If you are asked to send a security deposit to another country  OR out of  the state the deal is likely a Scam   2)  If the rental agent requests money (security deposit/rent)  but you have not completed a rental application, the deal is probably a Scam   3) If a real estate agent will not give you the address of their office, the deal is likely a Scam   4)  If…

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What happens to my home and assets if something happens to me?

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I Still Have Time — Until I Don’t.  A $75,000 Mistake? What happens to my home and assets if something happens to me? If you own a house, it is probably the most expensive purchase of your life. Who is going to protect you and  your family if something happens to you? A skiing accident, a biking accident, a car wreck?  For the first time in your life, having an action plan becomes critical, and that plan includes  Estate Planning.  If you are like half the people in America, you have put off  estate planning because you are still young and healthy, not so smart. Everyone has two estates,  The estate of your person—that is, where you live, what you…

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Do I pay less taxes when I buy a home?

tax deduction for homeowners,

Does homeownership really provides tax benefits? For recent first-time homeowners buying a home usually is a thrill to start with , but one of the unplanned joys of buying a home is file taxes the following year. Many homeowners are shocked by how many tax deductions they can now claim.

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Charlotte Private Schools

Charlotte Private Schools | Executive Sellers Realty

Choosing a private school can be tedious, overwhelming, and challenging. Many of our clients inquire about the best schools in Charlotte. Although we do not endorse or recommend any particular school we can certainly shed some light on the schools in the area with a bit of useful information about each.

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Thinking About Relocation to Charlotte?

Charlotte is the second largest financial hub in the United States. The city continues to grow and thrive and has become attracting corporations, small businesses, and families. In 2014 it is estimated to be the home of more than 800,000 people.

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What Should I Expect When Selling My House?  

,sell your house, home sale, Realty Expert | Executive Sellers Realty

Before you hire anyone to help you sell your home there are a few basic things to consider. Likewise as you get closer to listing your home and actually putting it up for sell there are general things to remember and consider. The process of selling your home does not have to be complicated or difficult.

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