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Enter into the exposed brick foyer with character and lots of natural light! Chef’s Dream Kitchen with huge center island and imported Italian Hand Blown Glass lights above. The kitchen features recessed lighting, under counter lights, SS appliances: wall oven, GE profile gas stove and oven (2008), and dishwasher. Chef’s built in desk. Living Room has vaulted ceilings, brick mantle, andexposed beams! Fabulous Den with custom full bar and sink – perfect for entertaining and wood burning fireplace. Master suite with vaulted ceiling and exposed beams, walk in closet with California style organizers, overlooking the greenery, heated floors, shower with multi jets and garden soaking tub with jets. Oversized Laundry with cabinets and sink. Moroccan style panels separate Sunroom and living room. Beautiful sunroom with custom glass door insert and lots of windows overlooking the flat, deep wooded backyard with lots of privacy!
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In the latest episode of Charlotte Today, Nancy Braun shares several thoughts on choosing the right Realtor®. Whether you’re buying or selling a home, having the right real estate professional is crucial to a smooth process.
With so many agents out there, how are you expected to find the right one for you?
Knowing how to choose a realtor to sell a home is crucial in the home selling process. Not all Realtors® are the same so it’s important to find out as much as you can about choosing the right Realtor. This can make a huge difference in your experience as buyer or seller. Asking the right questions can help you narrow down your options.
Nancy talks about the crucial questions to ask when choosing a Realtor® to work with. She shares how crucial it is to delve into the length and type of experience a Realtor® brings to the table with them. It’s also good to ask how many clients the Realtor® is working with currently. This will be a good gauge of how much time the representative will be able to dedicate to you.
She also highlights the value of working with the right team. As the marketing of real estate becomes more diverse, there is a greater need for people working together.
Nancy’s team at Showcase Realty is composed of individuals who have specialized duties and complete specific tasks, so that no details are over overlooked. With over 50 agents and staff, Showcase Realty provides efficient and best-in-class real estate client services in the Carolinas.
There’s only one team to call when you’re buying or selling a home in Charlotte NC-- it’s Showcase Realty! Nancy and the team have assisted thousands of real estate clients.
If you want to experience the best and most effective real estate service imaginable, all you have to do is call Nancy Braun at (704) 997-3794.
Colleen: Whether you’re buying a home or getting ready to put yours on the market, choosing the right RealtorⓇ is a crucial part of the process.
Eugene: Well here to help us is Nancy Braun with Showcase Realty. Hello, Nancy how are you doing?
Nancy: I’m great, thank you.
Colleen: We’re glad you’re here. Alright, we mentioned choosing RealtorⓇ is really important. It’s a great first step when buying or selling a home, correct?
Nancy: That’s absolutely one of the top things that people concern themselves with. Who are they going to have represent them?Thank you.
Eugene: Now you got 25 questions that are absolutely critical when buying a house.
Nancy: That’s right.
Eugene: Okay, and the very first one was “how many homes have you sold?”
Nancy: That’s right. Anyone can get a license with a minimal degree. It’s like six or eight weeks to train, to get a certification and be a licensed RealtorⓇ. The question is do you want to have someone that’s had very little experience in the past or someone who has sold thousands or hundreds of homes? Because each time you have a transaction, you have a tremendous learning experience and there are problems you have to solve throughout.
Colleen: You also said one of the questions you can ask a potential RealtorⓇ is “Where do you rank in Charlotte?” why is that a good question to ask?
Nancy: Well, just to give you more experience, you want to be with someone who’s out there that knows the neighborhood, that knows the product, that knows the concerns, knows issues that might be specific to a certain area. If Radon is an issue or if aluminum wiring is an issue. An experienced agent is going to have his or her own hands on the local area, know all those critical factors.
Colleen: Makes a lot of sense.
Eugene: And I know another thing is the list price to sell ratio, that has to be an issue that people have to bring up. Is that correct?
Nancy: That’s right, there are those who we call in the industry as limited service brokers or discount brokers and they might promote that they might be less of a commission and you might be so focused on what kind of commission they are going to charge but the end result is what are you going to net.
So if you’re putting your home on the market, it doesn’t really matter so much what you’re paying to get your home marketed as long as you net more. If I take my home on the market and I engage a RealtorⓇ that maybe isn’t going to market the property or isn’t going to use all the tools that they should be using to blast it on the internet or get great photography, and then they put the house on the market and they get 85% the list price; well, I’ve really lost my money even though I think I’m saving it on the front end by paying less commission beacause if you went with someone like myself, you get a 100% on average of list price.
Colleen: That’s good to know. Another question that folks should ask when they’re choosing a RealtorⓇ is asking the agent “How many buyers they’re working with?” Why is that an important question to ask?
Nancy: Well the typical real estate agent is most often working with 2 or 3 buyers at any one time. I’ve created a system in our office so we actually have 5 people answering the phones and we are heavy marketers so we have over 50,000 buyers in our database. So I tell my sellers, “I probably already have your home sold.”
Eugene: So with those 50,000 people in your database, what is the marketing plan because it would be the next thing I’d want to know “What is the marketing plan as you’re going to sell my home?”
Nancy: We have a tremendous marketing team so I have people on my staff, they are experts on social media, in digital marketing, and SEO. We also have a very, very sophisticated CRM so we can market the properties to our database right away. So they immediately get access to our new listings, open houses, price reductions and any new back on the market, they will be notified right away.
Colleen: Another thing you can ask a RealtorⓇthat you might be considering working with is “How many homes they sold last year?”
Nancy: That’s right. That way you know, are they up and coming, are they engaged in the business or are they just part-time. The person that’s out there, that’s marketing, that’s selling a lot of homes is going to be very knowledgeable.
Colleen: I think a lot of times people don’t ask these questions, they just think, “Oh my friend said his cousin just got his license and now he’s going to be my guide” but this makes so much sense to me, Nancy.
You mentioned you have a large staff at Showcase Realty so another question you can ask a RealtorⓇ that you might be thinking about working with, “what is the size of your staff?”
Nancy: So I was an individual agent before general brokerage, my first twelve years in my career. Then in 2008, I spun off and created my own company and the reason was I felt that I couldn’t service my sellers in particular unless I had a big team behind me.
The internet was exploding, and even though I’m good on social media, I’m good at technology, I can’t possibly market the properties all by myself. I don’t have enough hands or fingers to type and create that.
So my team behind me is marketing and blasting the properties that we have for the market all over the internet and if you don’t have that kind of expertise, and the people that can back you up and really properly market your property, you might not be getting the exposure that you need to sell your house.
Colleen: You’re good, Nancy. If you would like a free copy of Nancy’s 25 Critical questions you must ask your agent before hiring them, visit ncbestagent.com, ncbestagent.com. Nancy Braun from Showcase Realty, thank you for your time.Nancy:
The process of selling a house with a realtor is better if the realtor you are working with is experienced enough to guide you every step of the way. Whether you are buying or selling a home in Charlotte NC, make sure that you call Nancy Braun at (704) 997-3794. She has all the knowledge and expertise you need for a smooth and stress-free home buying or selling process.
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The home boasts a roomy master suite, with relaxing large whirlpool jetted tub and separate large tiled shower with frame-less glass door and walk-in closet. Great room with wood burning rock fireplace with gas starter and vaulted ceilings. Dining room and office octagon. Very spacious dream kitchen with SS appliances, granite, island, ceramic tile backsplash, porcelain sink, large pantry, gas 5 burner cooktop, garbage compactor and cherry cabinets. Home features rich dark hard woods and tile. Large deck with pergola for shade overlooking the Beautifully landscaped backyard.
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If you’re looking for Charlotte NC homes for sale, foreclosed homes in Charlotte NC for rent or similar properties in surrounding areas, visit: www.ShowcaseRealty.net. Our website features listings of new homes for sale in Charlotte NC.
You may have heard that HUD homes are a good deal if you are looking into buying a home. But what is a HUD home and why is it available at such a bargain cost?
The Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) defines a “HUD home” as “a 1 to 4 unit residential property acquired by HUD as a result of a foreclosure action on an FHA-insured mortgage”.
HUD becomes the property owner and offers it for sale to recover the loss on the foreclosure claim. In other words, it’s a property bought using an FHA-insured loan, didn’t meet the monthly mortgage, ended up in foreclosure, bought back by HUD, who is now selling it. That’s how it became a HUD home.
As to why it is available at a lower cost than other homes for sale in Charlotte, it is because the possible cost of repairs is reflected from the price.
HUD wants to sell these homes as soon as possible. To sweeten the deal, they even offer benefits and incentives for the buyers.
One such incentive is “The Good Neighbor Next Door Program” which seeks to “encourage renewal of revitalization areas by providing an opportunity for law enforcement officers, firefighters, emergency medical technicians and teachers to purchase homes in these communities…in the form of 50% discount off the list of eligible properties”.
If you happen be a community worker mentioned on the list, you are entitled to 50% off on top of the already low-priced home! Imagine the money you’ll be able to save from that!
If the foreclosed homes are not sold within six months, HUD has another special offer. The agency may sell them for $1 each to local governments to “foster housing opportunities for low to moderate income families and address specific community needs”.
How can you buy one?
For the list of available HUD real estate owned (REO) single-family properties, you can visit the HUD Home Store. This site offers the public, brokers, potential owner-occupants, state and local governments and nonprofit organizations a centralized location where they can search for HUD properties for sale.
It is also the site where registered real estate brokers and other organizations can send bids on behalf of their clients who want to purchase a HUD property.
When you’ve found a Charlotte home you like, contact a HUD-approved real estate broker who can setup a showing for you to visit the home. Unlike the process of buying regular homes, you have to place bids through your agent, and there is a time period where bids are accepted. When that bidding period is over, HUD checks all the bids and accepts the best bid where their agency can get the highest net.
HUD homes are sold as is. If the home you like requires repairs, you will be the one responsible for it. Which is why HUD encourages interested home buyers to get a home inspection before submitting an offer for the home.
Are you considering purchasing a HUD home? Call me, Nancy Braun, at (704) 997-3794.
As a seller, it's your responsibility to ensure that your home is going to show well to potential buyers. Each new visitor is a "first-date" for your house, so you'll want to do everything you can to make sure it's looking its best. You want the buyers who walk in through your doors to be impressed, and for someone to make an offer as soon as possible.
Make sure to set yourself apart from the competition. Remember that the effort and money you'll spend on getting your house ready will affect your chances of securing a successful sale.
There are many things you can do to increase the odds of selling your Charlotte NC home fast and for your full asking price. You can start with these simple steps.
The most important aspect of a home showing is the buyer's first impression. However, buyers don't form their first impression of your home when they walk through your door. It happens when they look at the photographs on your online listings.
When looking for a home online, buyers like to see what the home looks like. Without photos, it will be hard for them to determine if it's a home worth considering. Make sure your online photos show your home in its best light.
This is a task home sellers should never ignore. Get rid of any clutter and personal touches, like many portraits. When people walk into a home that's for sale, they want to be able to picture themselves in it, not the previous owners. Your goal is to create a welcoming, neutral home for every potential buyer. It' s a simple step that will have a major impact on how your house shows.
Home staging can help make your home attractive to buyers. It is also an essential part of marketing a property for sale.
You can either do this yourself or hire one of the staging companies in your area. A professional home stager will have expertise in planning and choosing furniture and accessories, and arranging them in a way that shows off your home to its best advantage so that it sells quickly for maximum profit.
Nothing good comes out of telling an interested buyer. oh, we've been meaning to do that, but we never got round to it. So before you put your home on the market, make all the small repairs you've been putting off.
Your home should be finely tuned before you put it on the market if you want it to attract more buyers and sell for top dollar.
Preparing a home for sale can be a lot easier with the help of the top real estate agent in Charlotte NC!
Enlist my help today!
Call me, Nancy Braun, at 704-997-3794. I can help you maximize your home's appeal and secure a swift sale.
Read: How to Sell My Home Fast in Charlotte - a Comprehensive Guide
So, it’s really surprising that some homeowners decide to go through this huge task themselves without the help of an experienced real estate agent.
There are many reasons why people try to sell their homes on their own—for sale by owners (FSBO). Most of these homeowners want to save money that they would have otherwise spent on real estate commission.
However, data from a National Association of Realtors survey shows that less than 10 percent of all home sales are FSBOs. There are serious reasons why nearly 90% of sellers choose to work with a real estate agent.
Here are some of the drawbacks of selling your home on your own:
Unless you’ve sold a house before, you may actually sabotage the process of selling your home due to ignorance and naivety. With no prior real estate experience, you’ll have limited knowledge of the process of selling a property and the complex legislation that goes with it. You may end up putting yourself at risk of non-compliance with real estate legislation.
Real estate agents, such as our team at Showcase Realty, sell properties every day. We know the process inside and out. We have complete knowledge of taking a deal to the final stage and closing it successfully.
As a private seller, you may not have the skills to correctly appraise your home. You may end up overpricing your it, which may deter buyers. On the other hand, you may also make the mistake of underpricing your property resulting in a price lower than the market value.
Real estate agents can create an evaluation of your home based on the current real estate market status. We have access to data which will help us compare your home to other similar properties to see if you are overpricing or selling for too low.
Do you have a marketing strategy that is at par with the real estate market this time of the year?
Most homeowners don’t have the same marketing resources and strategy as an agent. If you choose to sell your home on your own, you will need to pay for advertising costs out of your own pocket.
Marketing is one area where we really shine! We use top marketing, strategies, technology, and systems to give our clients cutting-edge results, at top dollar, and in the least amount of time.
As real estate agents, we also have a wide network of contacts which can help us reach more buyers. This is not just through advertising sites but from our own company databases and potential buyers we’ve come in contact with at other properties. In fact, we have over 35,832 home buyers in waiting for an NC or SC home for sale in our Database.
Selling a home on your own will have a huge impact on your lifestyle. You should not underestimate the time, work, and effort involved in selling a property. It can be a big task for you to coordinate the sale on your spare time.
When you work with us, you have more time for things that matter most while we handle all the tedious particulars of your home sale.
If you’re looking for the best agent to sell your property, you can call me, Nancy Braun at 704-997-3794. My team and I are always ready to assist you with all your real estate needs in Charlotte NC.
Set on the corner lot of Atkins Ridge Drive and Parsifal Lane is this generously proportioned Transitional style home. It features 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, and a 2-car attached garage with 3, 140 square feet of living space you can enjoy.
This Charlotte home was built fairly recently, so everything is in great condition. With a wooded area behind the backyard, you can have all the privacy that you need.
If you are looking for your own haven in the suburbs where you can entertain, relax, or retreat, this is the home you will want to own.
Located in Creekside at Wyndham Place Subdivision, this place is part of the Newell community where residents enjoy a short commute to get to everywhere, from Downtown Charlotte to Charlotte Douglas International Airport.
There are plenty of dining and shopping options within a two-mile radius.
If you have elementary age children, University Meadows Elementary School is only a mile away while both James Martin Middle School and Zebulon B Vance High School are 3.3 miles away.
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte is only a seven-minute drive, perfect if you intend to get a new degree or finish your previous one.
The main floor of the home features an inviting foyer complete with polished wood floors, a bright and airy dining room, a staircase leading to the second floor, a great room with wood floors and a gas log fireplace, a lovely ample-spaced eat-in kitchen with an island, beautiful cabinetry, stainless appliances, and a pantry. There's also a breakfast nook that's open to the family room.
The second level features the master bedroom as well as 2 other bedrooms. The master bedroom is bright and large and has a loft, a sitting area, and a walk-in closet. It also has an ensuite bathroom with a separate shower and a garden tub. Another bathroom is available to be shared by the two other bedrooms. The laundry room and utility room are also located on the second floor.
This property features an attractive brick veneer and stone exterior, a covered front porch, a two car attached garage, an attic, a patio, a storage shed, and a fenced yard.
Enjoy a quiet and private retreat in this beautiful Charlotte home for sale, yours for ONLY $270,000.
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Call me, Nancy Braun, (704) 997-3794. As the top real estate agent in Charlotte, I can help you find the best home.
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Have you always wanted to become a real estate rockstar?
Listen to this interview with Wall Street Journal’s #7 U.S. real estate agent and REO expert Nancy Braun. Pat Hiban of Real Estate Rockstar Radio talks to Braun as she discusses why now is the time to run away from REOs and focus your energy on growing your retail business.
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Don’t miss out on this 1,764 square bart single family home which features 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms.
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We just sold another house and our client has some really nice barely used furniture for sale!
Sofa and tables in new condition selling for ONLY $600!
Guest bedroom is rarely used and the mattress is always covered by protective mattress cover. The whole bedroom is ONLY for $700!
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