Have You Lost Your Job and Can’t Make Mortgage Payments? Help Might Be Available to You In NC.

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The Cape Fear Regional Community Development Corporation, a non-profit group affiliated with the NC Housing Finance Agency.  The NC HFA has money in the state’s Foreclosure Prevention Fund to help homeowners.  There is a loan program they have is  the Mortgage Payment Plan (MPP). This program helps homeowners in NC get caught up on their loan payments. 

There are qualifications and specifics that need to be addressed, but it might be worth your while to contact them to see if they can help. Income levels count in the loan process.  If you lost your job through no fault of your own, and are looking for a job now, this will count in your application process.  The loan does not have to be paid back if you have to sell your home at a loss.If you stay in your home for 5 years the loan is partially forgiven.  If you stay in your home 10 years, the loan is forgiven.  For more details and to see if you qualify, please call:

Cape Fear Regional Community Development Corporation

910-202-3490 or 910-762-7555


We also have a Short Sale Certified Distressed Property Expert on our team if you have any questions.  Robin Jones – robinjones@ec.rr.com.

Good luck with the process.

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Wilmington NC Does It Again | First in Country to use White Space Network | Wilmington NC real estate

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New Hanover County loves technology… The New Hanover County government is on the cutting edge of new technological advances by utilizing the TV White Space that was abandoned in 2008 with the national launch of digital TV.  Wilmington was the first test city for the use of the non analog device.  The FCC laid ground rules concerning the use of the White Space Spectrum and New Hanover County is the first to utilize the technology.  The first commercial installation of the White Space network was set up at Hugh McCrae park. Phase 2 will include other parks and gardens such as Vetarans Park and Airlie Gardens.  Wi Fi on caffeine will be available.

“Community leaders have been eager to keep the area in the race to develop new technologies and uses since the FCC chose the local television market as the first in the country to transition to digital TV.  New Hanover County and Wilmington are also noted in the FCC’s National Broadband plan as a model of the usability of the spectrum.

New Hanover County has provided network IP cameras, Wi-Fi routers, antennas and other hardware as well as technical installation of the new FCC approved radios.  New Hanover County, city of Wilmington and TVBS have been using white spaces for a number of business applications already, including water quality monitoring and security purposes.

Chaney says the county and city governments collaborated on a pilot project that provided Wi-Fi and video surveillance in the Creekwood housing development.  The county is also using white space to automate the collection of water quality data in environmentally sensitive areas that would have required trenching of wires.

In testing white space, Chaney says “We see ranges of up to 1.5 miles on a point-to-point application of the spectrum including signal propagation through vegetation and buildings.  Installing these newly approved radios and appropriate antennas could allow wireless service far beyond traditional boundaries.”
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