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Our team of local financing experts are ready to guide you through the home buying process. We are committed to fast, professional, courteous and personal service to help you understand and feel at ease throughout the home buying process. Our trained and certified loan originators specialize in financing homes in the Greater Charlotte area real estate market. We are prepared to find the right loan program with competitive rates and low down payments for you.

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The Talk Charlotte Team is comprised of a team of local real estate professionals committed to selling some of the most desired homes in Greater Charlotte. Selling these "right addresses" is the mission of Talk Charlotte Team. Let us know what you're looking for. Please take advantage of the helpful tools on this website, including our exclusive Greater Charlotte Real Estate search, but also feel free to contact us personally.

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If you’ve read through both Parts of the Ins and Outs of Building a New Home, you may still have a laundry list of questions. One topic we often cover with homebuyers dealing with new

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The Ins And Outs Of Building A New Home Part II

Let’s pick up from where we left off in Part I – as we covered the time frame after the lumber drop.         1. Rule of thumb: add a month to the estimated date of

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