Posts Tagged ‘MyHuntersvilleHome’

3% Down Payment Available Again from Fannie Mae

Monday, December 22nd, 2014

by Dana Meadows, Movement Mortgage   Effective Monday, December 15th, Fannie Mae made purchasing a home with 3% down payment available once again.  There are some guidelines I wanted to make you aware of, as this program will not work for all borrowers.   30 year fixed term only (no adjustable rate mortgages or Home […]

Gilead Village Artist Bungalow

Wednesday, February 26th, 2014

For more information on this listing, click here. The SELLER SAYS: The things we have enjoyed most about living here are…. Being so close to nature! We are lucky to live near Latta Plantation, Lake Norman and the U.S. National Whitewater Center. So many Saturdays we walk our dogs on the nature trails at Latta […]

From Houzz.com: Survey Reveals What You Really Want in Your Kitchen

Thursday, February 13th, 2014

A New Houzz Survey Reveals What You Really Want in Your Kitchen Kitchen designs, bathroom designs, and more ∨From Shabby Chic home decor to contemporary furniture and mirrors, browse thousands of decorating ideas to inspire your next home project. Share photos of the kitchen cabinets and kitchen sinks you like with a top kitchen remodeler […]

Halloween – Fun for Everyone! Check out Lake Norman and Concord area Happenings Here…

Thursday, October 24th, 2013

This weekend kicks-off Halloween festivities in the Lake Norman Area!  Check-out our list below and let us know where you are celebrating! Downtown Davidson offers its Halloween March on Friday, October 25th.  Kids can enjoy games starting at 4:00 pm on the town green, followed by the Halloween March at 5:00 pm.  Children can wear their costumes and march […]

The Carolina Renaissance Festival Celebrates 20 Years!

Tuesday, October 1st, 2013

  The 20th season of the Carolina Renaissance Festival opens this Saturday October 5th, and is located near the intersection of Highway 73 and Poplar Tent in Huntersville, NC. With over 20 acres filled with shops and vendors, entertainment, food, and hundreds of costumed characters roaming throughout, this festival has something for everyone. There are […]

Walking Tour of Armour Street, Davidson Bay Townhome

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

A walking tour of our Davidson Bay listing.  For more information on this listing, click here. The Things We have Enjoyed Most About Living Here Are: Walking distance to numerous restaurants, theaters, parks, and shops Less than 5 minute drive to I-77 allows easy access to all of Lake Norman towns and Charlotte Convenient to Lake […]

Running Around Town

Thursday, August 22nd, 2013

    Running has become a more popular group activity over the past few years.  With more and more walking/running-friendly communities in the Lake Norman area, runners are finding new routes. Many neighborhoods offer connecting sidewalks, providing a safe area for exercise. The Preserve at Robbins Park in Cornelius is very close to the McDowell […]

Cedar Run Home – walking tour: great views & custom upgrades

Thursday, August 15th, 2013

5749 Cedar Run Road ~ Denver, NC For more information on this listing, click here. This 3 bedroom, 2 bath home is nestled in a quiet Denver neighborhood.  It is conveniently located near highways 73, 16, and 150 – making it convenient to travel to any major shopping areas. This home is very open, making […]

The Prickly Pear – Mooresville

Friday, August 9th, 2013

The other day Brian and I met with our friend, Anika Jones, who sells new homes for True Homes in Rockridge Point in Mooresville.  She told us about the homes she is selling in Mooresville, which offer large lots with homes starting in the $300’s.  When she asked where we wanted to meet- without I […]

How Rising Interest Rates Can Impact Your Buying Power Right Now!

Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

Here’s what we know about mortgage rates: Even though interest rates have risen in the past few weeks, they are still pretty low compared with a few years ago.  There are many things that impact the daily interest rates, and they do change daily.  The biggest impact is made by the Federal Reserve’s monetary policy, […]