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About Lloyd Trimble

Lloyd is founder and Senior Buyer Specialist who has developed a large following of raving clients through nearly twenty years in the real estate business. As co-founder of the firm Lloyd shares the company vision of a better way to do Real Estate and takes pride in his ability to solve the needs of even the most demanding buyers. 

Outside of work Lloyd gives much of his time to his church, Faith United Methodist,  as well as to charitable pursuits. A big believer in giving back to our community you'll find him every Wednesday driving around the county delivering Meals on Wheels. 

R.W. Price & Associates

Lloyd Trimble R.W. Price & Associates

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201 N Main St Ste III , Monroe - NC 28812

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Office: 1-704-345-3323

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Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Capitalize

    Recording an expenditure having a benefit of more than one year to the cost of the property. ...

  • Handyman's Special

    House that can be bought at a low price because it is in poor condition. A buyer who is handy may find it attractive because he can personally make the needed repairs without hiring others. ...

  • Holding Period Return (HPR)

    The total return from holding a real estate investment for the holding period of time. The computation follows: For a mutual fund investing in a real estate, the return is in the form of: dividends, capital gains distribution, and price appreciation. The annual rate of return or the holding per ...

  • Medicare Plus Choice (medicare Part C)

    Part of the Balanced Budget Act of 1997 that permits medicare recipients to select coverage among various private health care plans to include HMOS, PPOS, POINT-of-SERVICE (POS), MEDICAL SAVINGS ACCOUNTS (MSA) fee-for-service plans, and provider-sponsored plans. These plans will receive a per capita ...

  • Open Competition Law

    Form of state rating legislation that allows each property/liability insurer to choose between using rates set by a bureau or its own rates. Individual states regulate insurers and approve their property insurance rates. There are three methods of rate approval in addition to open competition: prior ...

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