Fort Bragg (Fayetteville, NC)
By Julissa Jumper, Fayetteville, NC Real Estate
(Select Properties of Fayetteville, LLC)
Homes for Sale Close to Fort Bragg Homes for Sale in Fayetteville, NC Originally posted here Do you crave the freedom to do what you want and the space to do it in? Escape to a place where old-world craftsmanship meets modern amenities with this stunning 3 bed/2 bath home with acreage in Lee County. This property is truly historic, beginning its life as a small general store before being transformed into a one-story family home. Now it has been completely remodeled to include all the modern amenities we’ve come to expect while holding onto the best features from the original design. Even better, the updates have all been seamlessly integrated to create a classic look that transports you back to a more elegant and refined time. Driving up to the house, you can’t help but revel in how mu...
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By Julissa Jumper, Fayetteville, NC Real Estate
(Select Properties of Fayetteville, LLC)
Fayetteville, NC Homes for Sale Gorgeous Country Home With Acreage in Lee County Originally posted here Here's a look at the full Photo Gallery for our newest listing, a very nicely upgraded country home with more than 13 acres. This home is a great choice for anyone looking for space for a farm, horses or a country estate. It is an easy drive to Fort Bragg and Sanford. This historic home began life as an old country store located in the far southeastern part of Lee County. It has come a long way since those days! Now this richly finished home is a pretty two-story home with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Situated well back from the road, the home has over 2 acres of cleared land to serve as a huge yard, gardens, horse pasture or all 3. The land at the back of the home is rich in timber, ...
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By Ron Trzcinski, 410-935-5844
(Century 21, The Real Estate Centre, 410-665-0200 Office)
Fort Bragg: Not Everyone Relocated So Jobs Exist The BRAC initiative has benefited Fort Bragg with more activity. For a variety of reasons, many of the positions which have been transferred from other bases left the prior personnel behind. This means job opportunities exist at Fort Bragg. Several of these opportunities do not require specialized skills. If you are still looking for a job, then go to Fort Bragg and see if you can join in on the increased activity. Army, Air Force looking to fill 100-plus jobs around Fort Bragg  
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By Karen Baker, Professional Help with Rapid Responses...
(Sunset Beach and Beyond Realty)
CONGRATULATIONS TO MELISSA MCKINNEY ACTIVE RAIN'S NEWEST AMBASSADOR Karen reads Melissa's blog every day, but today she noticed something different, the AMBASSADOR BADGE UNDER HER NAME ~GRINS~ No one really likes to brag about themselves, so we decided to do the bragging for her.                                                                       Karen has mentioned Melissa in one of her blogs as the person she was most inspired about on Active Rain.Melissa,the go to person in her office at Keller Williams, IS ALWAYS willing to help a co worker. She also inspired people from her office to join Active Rain. She write blogs that support Active Rain. She blogs about new things she has learned on Active Rain. Melissa has all the KEY QUALITIES to be an AMBASSADOR Melissa has the PAY IT FOR...
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By Julissa Jumper, Fayetteville, NC Real Estate
(Select Properties of Fayetteville, LLC)
Read Allan Pape's post today Are You Considering Walking Away From Your House Then You Have Got To Know Your Options  that mentioned the Fannie Mae site http://knowyouroptions.com which provides information on options for homeowners who can not afford their mortgage payments. Shortly after, I went to the site to check it out. I must say, it is an invaluable site for anyone who is not able to pay their mortgage. As the blog post stated, the site does outline the 3 options available to someone in that position, namely foreclosure, deed-in-lieu and short sale. I think most anyone these days is very familiar with foreclosure and short sale and many may know what a deed-in-lieu is. However, I didn't know what deed-for-lease was until now. In a deed-for-lease the homeowner can rent bank the p...
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By Julissa Jumper, Fayetteville, NC Real Estate
(Select Properties of Fayetteville, LLC)
Home warranties are wonderful budget-saving plans to help cover the expense of repair of some of a home's major components when they fail. Unlike hazard homeowner's insurance policies, home warranties do not cover catastrophic losses but do cover some pretty important components of your home that can possibly have a drastic impact on your budget if you're not financially able to cover them were they to break down. When selling a home, most sellers offer the new buyer 12 month home warranty coverage which can be renewed by the buyer at the end of the initial 12 month period. While very helpful, home warranties have often been a great source of frustration for homeowners. A growing sentiment among frustrated and dissatisfied homeowners is that the home warranty companies are reluctant to ...
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By Julissa Jumper, Fayetteville, NC Real Estate
(Select Properties of Fayetteville, LLC)
Can you be separated from a spouse and purchase a new home as sole owner? North Carolina is a marital interest state. That simply means when one spouse owns real property the other spouse has marital interest whether it was purchased prior to the marriage, purchased while  happily married or separated. Oftentimes, I have sellers who think their spouse doesn't need to be involved in the sale of a home because they may have purchased the home prior to the marriage and the deed to the property is only in their name. That is irrelevant. Once the spouse with the property marries, that new spouse owns half the interest in that property. Sometimes that news doesn't go over very well with some clients but most often it's not an issue. It also works for purchasing a home. Because a separation is...
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