This lovely Townhome is located just minutes from the Duke University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the very desirable Patterson Glen Community. Click HERE for a downloadable brochure or contact Edwin Argueta with The Force Realty at (919) 724-6070 to arrange a private viewing.
Through good and bad times, one of the things that make the American experience unique is our mobility. Whether it is migration from one region of the country to another or economic mobility, Americans are always on the move. Go West, young man, go West and grow up with the country, was heralded by Horace Greeley in the 19th century, and there have been similar waves through much of our history. More recently, Florida, and other southern states were prime destinations for snow weary Boomers.
How to download actual paper versions Bank Statements when using the Spanish language version of Bank of America online banking.
By now everybody should know that getting a mortgage loan to buy a house today is not as easy as it was in 2007. The so called mortgage meltdown of 2008 changed everything; just ask anyone who obtained a mortgage in 2007 and who has obtained another in 2013, there’s no such thing as “take my word for it”. Today, everything, and I mean EVERYTHING out of the ordinary has to be documented, verified and then certified. The process is very detailed and nothing is left to chance but with motivated borrowers, and the right mortgage lender the process can be smooth. Continue reading When Spanish Alone isn’t enough→
Like so many US urban neighborhoods, Durham’s Ninth Street district is an eclectic neighborhood that is in transition. Locally owned restaurants and retail shops have begun to disappear; in their place are large, expensive, multi-family rental housing with all the trappings that one would expect from high end luxury Single Family Homes such as stainless steel appliances and granite countertops. There’s even a Harris-Teeter Supermarket serving fresh salads, sushi, Starbucks and more. Continue reading Durham’s Ninth (9th) Street District→