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Old 08-20-2010, 04:29 PM
Location: Durham NC
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I looked at Carthage Colonies last year but wasn't ready to buy at the time. Beazer seems to be in the process of developing another phase Preserve at Carthage Colonies. Prices are a shade higher homes might be a shade smaller. So much for another leg down in RE in NC. At any rate does anyone who has moved into the general Sanford area regret it now? Prices are considerably lower than an hour or so North. I am lost as to what the reason could be. Schools are not a major consideration as I have no children and plan on retiring in the home. Rates can't go much lower if at all and I can buy at these levels and be assured at least somewhat of a comfortable retirement. Any input would be appreciated. TIA.
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