Charlotte, NC – Real Estate

Audrey Cir

Good Real Esate News To Report For Charlotte, NC

                                                                                                                                                                                               April 2009 As we continue to weather the current economic conditions, I have good news to report. I am selling houses!  Clearly, some of the media will have us think that the housing market is at a standstill.  Please understand, this is not true.  In fact, some more good news might surprise you! I am often asked, “When do you think the real estate market will get better?”  My response is simple … “For whom?” For the first-time buyer NEVER!  With a $8,000 federal tax credit (real cash, not a deduction) for first-time buyers and interest rates hovering around 5%, the market will never be better.  If you’d like more information on this amazing opportunity or know of someone that should take advantage of this limited time offer, please call me.  The credit is set to expire November 30. For the investor buyerNEVER!  What an opportunity to diversify your investment portfolio and add real estate as an asset to your long-term financial goals.  With interest rates low, an ample supply of inventory to choose from including new construction opportunities that minimize maintenance costs in the near term, the market will never be better.  Interested in knowing what this means to you specifically?  Call me! For the move-up buyerNEVER!  With the current market pricing, the time to sell your current home for less than its previous value and purchasing a larger home at a comparable percentage discount results in real returns.  Add to that savings the differential in the current interest rates vs. where the rates could be when you make the move in the future, the differential could be hundreds of thousands in savings.  The market for you will never be better.  As you see, there is good news out there for many real estate consumers.  I assure you that many will look back at 2009 and classify it as a “lost opportunity” if you do not take advantage. If you have any questions or just want to chat, give me a call Lee Ann Miller                                                                                                                                                                  704-896-5141 Office                                                                                                                   Allen Tate Company

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