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I am a member of the Charlotte Board of Realtors, North Carolina Board of REALTORS®, North Carolina State Bar. As a Realtor, I ensure that my clients are well informed and fiercely represented throughout their real estate process. Because every client and every transaction is unique, it is important to that you have a experienced and caring advocate!

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Digital Trends That Revolutionized The Real Estate Industry

Digital Trends That Revolutionized The Real Estate Industry

Of all the inventions that changed the real estate game, none have changed it as profoundly and irreversibly as the internet. This technology opened up a world of new possibilities and opportunities for real estate professionals working at every level in the field of real estate. From the lowliest copy room workers to the moguls and brokers at the very top of the ...

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Homebuyer - Realtor Relationship In A Period Defined By COVID

Homebuyer - Realtor Relationship In A Period Defined By COVID

At the beginning of 2020, a pandemic swept across the globe. The coronavirus or SARS CoV-2 became public enemy number one due to its unpredictability in spreading and affecting human health. Specialists soon discovered the exponential damage it can exert causing respiratory tract infections, from mild to lethal. As a result of the virus, a series of protective ...

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House Hunting Goes Digital In 2021

House Hunting Goes Digital In 2021

As you are already aware, the global pandemic kicked in 2020 inconsiderately switching up the rules of the game. An unwelcome guest, SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19), proved to be a tough opponent. As a result, governments were obliged to implement similar responses in the form of severe restrictions, namely lockdowns, the principle of social distancing, and even tighter health ...

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The Idyllic Suburbs Vs. Vibrant Downtowns

The Idyllic Suburbs Vs. Vibrant Downtowns

Where is it better to live? Where is living more cost-effective? Where will I have to say hello to everyone I meet? Should I remain in New York City or better move to Jericho 29 miles away? Let our real estate agents help you decide! There are many reasons, pro, and con, for both living in the suburbs or the city. Besides the apparent financial aspects, there is an ...

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Cryptocurrency-Friendly Realtors

Cryptocurrency-Friendly Realtors

For decades, the world of finance was an oblique, inaccessible sphere that only those with the proper education and preparation could hope to break into. Hedge funds and investment firms reigned supreme, firmly holding a monopoly on everything even tangentially related to the industry of making money by spending money.  This was an era defined by elitist financial ...

 

Real Estate Glossary Terms

  • Land Lease

    A ground lease that includes only the cost of leasing the land for a period of years. Normally, a land lease is valid for an extended period of time anticipating that improvements will be constructed on the property. ...

  • Seizin

    Individual who enjoy a freehold land right. ...

  • Gift In Trust

    Value or property given by an individual to a trustee who holds and administers it for the benefit of the donee (recipient of the gift). For example, a father entrusts a life insurance policy with all ownership rights to a trustee. The trustee owns the policy, collects the proceeds, and administers ...

  • Nonproportional Facultative Reinsurance

    Coverage in which an insurer is not bound to cede and a reinsurer is not bound to accept a risk. A separate reinsurance contract covers each cession. The contract is automatically renewed if the original insurance is renewed. Casualty facultative reinsurance is usually written on excess of loss basi ...

  • Pure Annuity

    Contract sold by insurance companies that pays a monthly (quarterly, semiannual, or annual) income benefit for the life of a person (the annuitant). The annuitant can never outlive the income from the annuity. Upon the death of the annuitant all income payments cease. There are no beneficiary benefi ...

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