Listed by: Jimmy Rado, David M. Weekley
Spacious NEW DAVID WEEKLEY HOME offers a large front porch overlooking a corner lot! Enjoy four bedrooms with the Owners Retreat and one bedroom downstairs. Lots of large picture frame windows bring in wonderful natural lighting, a vaulted ceiling over the dining room, Media and Game Rooms upstairs, Private Study down. Outstanding features include luxurious laminate wood floors, granite counter tops, and stainless steel Energy Star Appliances. Ask about our 1-2-10 Year Warranty and SAVE BIG with our EnergySaver Program!
Property data is courtesy of the NTREIS Multiple Listing Service.
This is not intended to solicit property currently
listed. The sale offering is made subject to errors,
omissions, change of price, prior sale, or withdrawal
without notice. The information contained herein is furnished by the
owner to the best of his/her knowledge, but is subject
to verification by the purchaser, and agent assumes no
responsibility for the correctness thereof. In accordance with the Law, this property is offered
without respect to race, color, creed, national
origin, sex, familial status or disability.
*Square footage is to be verified by purchaser prior to closing.
Cindy's Selling Tips
Let Them In! Make sure that the door opens easily and the key works smoothly. If the REALTOR® has to fumble around getting the front door open, it reflects negatively on your home. Read more at Fixing the Exterior of Your House.
Clean or replace your carpeting. Usually a professional cleaning is all your carpet needs. But if it is really worn out, badly stained or an outdated color, replace it with something fairly inexpensive. Once again, choose a neutral tone. Read more at Fixing the Interior of Your Home.
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A Few Real Estate Terms
Tax Certificate - Certificate issued by taxing authorities showing the current year's taxes and the last year that taxes were paid.
Mortgagor - The person who borrows money to purchase a house. The lender is called the mortgagee.
Negative amortization - Occurs when a borrower's monthly payment is too small to cover both the principal and interest of a loan, so the outstanding balance of the loan actually grows larger with each payment. Many adjustable rate mortgages are susceptible to this.
See many more terms in Cindy's glossary.