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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 28 – Due Diligence Period: Cost Estimates, Part III

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Termite (Wood Destroying Insect) Inspection

  • This inspection is usually required by your lender in North Carolina. Expect to spend a minimum of $75 and up for a termite inspection.
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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 27 – Due Diligence Period: Cost Estimates, Part II

From this point on, you will enter the realm of costs for services…money you will spend in order to learn as much about the home as possible. 248 more words

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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 26 – Due Diligence Period: Cost Estimates, Part I

I wanted to give you an idea of what money you will need up front to purchase your home, regardless of whether or not you will get seller paid closing costs or other credits later on at Closing. 324 more words

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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 25 – Due Diligence Period: The Cost of Research

So, you are a first time home buyer and you think you will be getting an FHA loan which will require a 3.5% down payment. You know from your lender that you will qualify for a mortgage loan of up to $200,000. 368 more words

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Do Your Due Diligence

Adopted by North Carolina in only the last few years, due diligence is a relatively new concept to buyers, sellers, and even agents across the state. 419 more words

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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 24 – Due Diligence Period: Researching Your Home

To me, as your Buyer’s Agent, there is nothing more critical than your Due Diligence Period. Remember that this period starts the moment all parties have signed the contract and ends at 5:00 p.m. 306 more words

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Buying Real Estate in North Carolina 23 – Offer & Contract: Going Under Contract

When all parties have agreed upon the key elements of this home purchase, you and the sellers will finish signing the contract paperwork. The result is what is called a “Fully Executed Contract”… basically, fully “signed”. 391 more words

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