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Visit http://www.MartiHampton.com for a virtual tour and additional details and to schedule a showing of 6001 Greenevers Drive in Raleigh NC North Carolina. …
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Raleigh Auctions

Raleigh NC Auctions nc-auctions.com Auctions are very popular in North Carolina and with the advent of the internet the format is switching to online more everyday. So if your sitting in Raleigh you could participate in an auction any where else in the state from the comfort of your own home. This is probably not to popular with auctioneers but the buyers gotta love it. The internet knows no bounds so your NC auctions can now open up to the whole world. These newer internet auctions first took hold years ago with eBay. It was a quick sensation and still continues to be a hugely successful site. Even more recent are the bid and penny auction sites that are springing up all over the place. You’ve probably seen the ads saying you could get some great product like a flat screen tv or iphone for extremely cheap.These auction sites are gaining in popularity every day. They differ from eBay because eBay auctions are set up for a predetermined length of time and who ever is high bidder at the end is the winner. Penny of bid auctions have a set time also but when the clock runs down, if someone bids more time is put back on the clock. This can go on for quite a while. The auction is over when nobody bids and the clock runs out. This provides an exciting and entertaining experience for the user. Every time someone bids, it costs a small amount of money usually about $ .50 or so. This means that you could spend a good bit on bids and not win the auction. The better sites such as
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Occupy Raleigh Home Defense Against Illegal Foreclosure – Occupy Raleigh Day 178 – 4.9.2012

On 4.9.2012 Occupy Raleigh along with Occupy Greensboro, Take Back The Land, Save Our Homes, and Mortgage Fraud NC attempted to defend the home of a family illegally foreclosed on in Southeast Raleigh. This is a recap of the day’s events including the eventual arrests. IMPORTANT NOTES: This was not an attempt by Occupy to squat. This was an attempt to allow the family access to their belongings before they were trashed, and to hopefully allow them some way to stay in the home and/or bring attention to the reality of mortgage fraud. Occupy’s assistance was in fact requested by the homeowner!
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