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23613
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Tim and Leslie Donovan discuss the history of their 19th century log home in the mountains of Asheville.
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27883
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The Triangle nonprofit Builders of Hope recently moved five homes from the failed Rolling Hills development in Durham to Wake County. The move saved Durham the cost of demolition and disposal and the houses will now go to Wake County working class families who cannot afford a home. Old and new owners of the homes talk about the move and the work Builders of Hope is doing in Wake County is detailed.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 27 Issue 11, March 2010, p5, 9 Periodical Website
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30342
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Condominium owners often question how much building coverage they should purchase on their unit homeowners policy or flood policy. The North Carolina Horizontal Property Act governs the affairs of all homeowners associations, and requires them to insure all of the property with the exception of improvements that the owner has made to the unit.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 91 Issue 1, Spring 2012, p28, por
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30454
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Three hundred North Carolina lenders, including dozens of community banks, are key players in an effort that has helped unemployed North Carolina homeowners save their homes from foreclosure. The North Carolina Foreclosure Prevention Fund makes mortgage payments for qualified homeowners who have lost their jobs or experienced temporary hardships.
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Carolina Banker (HG 2153 N8 C66), Vol. 93 Issue 2, Summer 2014, p35, por
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30489
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Current interest rates are at their lowest level in five years, and with the anticipation of further reductions, North Carolina homeowners are exchanging their high rate mortgage for a new lower rate. The payback method and the net present value method are two approaches used to determine if refinancing is feasible.
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32913
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Several factors caused the housing recession and profound changes in the home finance delivery system have substantially altered the opportunity for home ownership. Theo H. Pitt, Jr., president and chief executive officer of the Home Savings and Loan Association of Rocky Mount, discusses economic and demographic trends that present major problems for the savings and loan industry and home buyers.
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