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Marvin G, Bobbitt III

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Can answer questions about Real Estate in North Carolina. Professional Real Estate Broker,REALTOR Residential Real Estate,Professional Advising,Commercial Real Estate, Estates,Property Estates,Issues regarding real estate and the County Tax system,Bank owned properties, REO/Foreclosures and Investment properties,New homes & re-sale home sales,Management of Investment properties,1031 tax deferred exchanges, Profit enhancement within investments,Investment property advisor,North Carolina agency and required forms and disclosure.Difficult sisuations within real estate.

Experience in the area

29+ years Professional experience. Experienced in property estates and real estate transactions in the Durham, North Carolina area only.Residential Real Estate, Professional Advising,Commercial Real Estate, Estates, My experience covers a vast range of real estate services.Due to my personal training by Frank Ward for over 20+ years.In residential,commercial,sales and leases, I have had the opportunity to work and learn with some of the best in the business. Estates have become a specialty to me.

Organizations

Active Member of the Durham Association of REALTORS. Past BOD for Durham Regional Association of REALTORS. Active Member of North Carolina Association of REALTORS. Active Member of the National Association of REALTORS. Active Member of Triangle Multiple Listing Service.

Publications

Durham Herald

Education/Credentials

Graduate; Durham Public Schools Graduate; North Carolina Central University. Appointed; Real Property sale Commissioner/ Durham County N.C Clerk Of Superior Court, Honorable Archie L.Smith, III, Durham County NC. Completion of the following North Carolina Real Estate Courses. North Carolina Real Estate School Fundamentals. North Carolina Real Estate Broker Classes. Completes Continuing Education classes annually as directed by the State of North Carolina Real Estate Commission. North Carolina Real Estate Licenses active 06/31/2017 NCREL #144640 R-1 Real Estate Appraisal. R-2 Valuation & Principles & Procedures. R-3 Applied Residential Property Valuation. G-1 Income Property Appraisal & Valuation. Completion of Notary Public Classes for the State Of North Carolina. Active Notary Public for Durham City/County, North Carolina. Active until; 06/16/2020

Awards and Honors

20+ YEARS EVERYDAY PERSONAL TRAINING BY;FRANK WARD. Appointed; Real Property sale Commissioner/ Durham County N.C Clerk Of Superior Court 2010, Honorable Archie L.Smith, III, Durham County NC. Admited member; all experts 2009. allexperts.com

Past/Present Clients

Given upon request

What do you like about this subject?

Being a true Professional,knowing what to do and how to do it.

What do you still hope to achieve/learn in this field?

Everyday I learn something new about this business. More important, I strive to be the best.

Something interesting about this subject that others may not know:

All real estate agents are not REALTORS. REALTORS you must be a member of the National Association of REALTORS, we pledge to uphold a Code of Ethics.

Something controversial or provocative about this subject

Everyday is different in the real estate business.

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Recent Answers from Marvin G, Bobbitt III

2014-11-24 Water leak in closet ceiling:

Sometimes, but I do not know their process there in FLA.    I would recommend you make a statement / letter signed by you as a buyer, to the Sellers and ask them to notify the HOA regarding the ceiling

2014-11-24 Water leak in closet ceiling:

Thanks for email, good question.  You mentioned "they" are not responsible for damage. Who is they? HOA or Seller.    Here are my thoughts.    Condos are a little different type of ownership, then townhomes

2014-07-23 Listing Agent:

Hello David,  Thanks for your question, while this is only my opinion, and as a REALTOR, I can only offer what I do as a REALTOR. While I am sure your agent is doing a great job, sometimes the market is

2014-07-09 Home and land payments:

Good question,    Have not heard of this as payment of property, except back in the old days, ie gold rush times.. But I am sure it will come back due to the popularity and value of gold.    In my many

2014-04-16 Mobile vs Modular vs Condo:

Hello,     Thanks for your question. As for modular, it should have a stamp in the electric  panel box, listing home as modular construction, and built under the required code for that state, this is how

 

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