Client Resources and Helpful Links

 


When is a Real Estate Agent a REALTOR®

While all REALTORS® are state-licensed agents or brokers, the major difference between them is that a REALTOR® has taken an oath to subscribe to a stringent, enforceable Code of Ethics with standards of practice that promote the fair, ethical and honest treatment of all parties in a transaction.  Non-member licensees have taken no such oath and are not morally bound to the ethical practices and principles set for in the REALTOR® code.

 

6 Reasons You Should Never Buy or Sell Without a REALTOR®                                                                                                                                                                                                                                https://www.realtor.com/advice/buy/why-you-should-use-realtor

 

Helpful Links for Consumers:

Step by Step Guide to Buying a Home:         https://static.houselogic.com/content/webfiles/b03d1ff1-9a7a-403d-98f8-e9172e082fd2/HL_Buyers_Guide_FINAL_March2019.pdf

Step by Step Guide to Selling a Home:         https://www.houselogic.com/sell/how-to-sell-step-by-step/

From money-wise ideas for home improvement projects to insider secrets about home ownership, buying, and selling, House Logic's got you covered.                                                                                                                    https://www.houselogic.com/?cid=pm_ps_gemini_cac_Brand-HouseLogic.com_Exact

Home Ownership Matters has been used by millions of current and future homeowners to learn about and act on policies that impact homeowners and homeownership in general.                                                           https://homeownershipmatters.realtor/about/

Homes4NC provides grants to housing organizations that assist first-time homebuyers, the homeless, families in crisis, victims of natural disasters and more. Our programs focus on those critical workers -- such as teachers, firefighters, and nurses – who don’t earn enough to afford the average-priced home in the community they serve.

 

Examples of USDA Rural Development Key Programs

Section 502 Direct Loan Program assists low- and very-low-income applicants obtain safe and sanitary housing in eligible rural areas by providing payment assistance.

Section 504 Home Repair program provides loans to very-low-income homeowners to repair, improve or modernize their homes or grants to elderly homeowners.

Visit the North Carolina Division for more information.

 

Voter Registration, GET OUT THE VOTE (GOTV)

Cherokee County Board of Elections offers voter registration including polling locations.  http://www.cherokeecounty-nc.gov/274/Board-of-Elections

 

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