Terry’s Top Ten Home Foreclosures Charlotte NC – Greater area
Home foreclosures, non-distressed home foreclosures, represent some of the best deals in Charlotte Real Estate. Some people feel bad buying a foreclosure- yes the folks who owned it may have had a rough time, but foreclosures are a big way the market re-adjusts its prices. Sometimes foreclosure is the best option for a homeowner.
So, this is a review the Charlotte area foreclosures- bank owned REO’s on the market. My smartest savviest home buyers buy foreclosures, as you review the homes below you’ll see why. I’m publishing in early August 2010, on the Charlotte area’s Top Ten Home Foreclosures. So lets look at 4, all in popular Union County
Union County’s Prescott, an amazing 5 bedroom, 4 bath home, Kensington and Cuthbertson are the schools
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Tayor Glenn- Also In Union County, 5 bedroom, 3.5 bath, on a cul de sac
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Callonwood- Matthews, but Union County taxes, a 4 bedroom, 3 bath, 3 car garage
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Bonterra, 4 bedroom, 3 bath- about 3500 sf, with upgrades
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What criteria did I use to determine the nominees for the Top Ten?
1. The homes had to be completed, be new or “newer” built since 2004, and not particularly distressed.
2. Since they were Under $300,000, I thought they must have over 3000 square feet, and I looked for upgrades, hardwoods, granite etc- most of them have them.
3. I felt the community had to have value added features, like a pool and other amenities. This will help its long term value.
4. I had to like the look. Ugly houses didn’t make the list!
NONE of these are my listings, we would represent you as a Buyer Agent
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