Holden Beach Real Estate Sales by

Agent/Broker in Charge Cane Faircloth

Waterfront Real Estate Sales Specialist

Call 910-367-2998

Agent/Broker in Charge Cain Faircloth your Holden Beach Waterfront Specialist at Holden Beach NCCane Faircloth is Agent/Broker in Charge at Ollie Raja Realty real estate sales in Holden Beach, NC. Cane is the areas waterfront property specialist. Below is more information about Agent Cane and his personal connection to the water in and around Holden Beach his entire life.

Captain Cane Faircloth is a Holden Beach Native and 5th Generation area waterman.  Cane has worked in sales and marketing his entire adult life.  He owns Ollie Raja Fishing Charters where thousands of prospective real estate buyers and sellers spend time on his charter boats.  Before opening his charter business he was a south east sales and marketing territory manager for 16 years in the surf, skate and snowboard industry.  His network in Southern North Carolina is astounding due to being from a large family and he is an outgoing people person.

Stop back soon for more information about the exciting real estate market in Holden Beach, NC or call Capt. & Agent/Broker in Charge Cane @ 910-367-2998

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3 days ago
Ollie Raja Realty

Epic Shelling Alert!!! Last nights high tide and swells caused significant erosion in Holden Beach. More waves are on the way and with this erosion some great shells and artifacts should be uncovered. This past springs beach renourishment helped treasure seekers find shells galore, sharks teeth, Indian Arrowheads and past military artifacts. ... See MoreSee Less

Epic Shelling Alert!!!  Last nights high tide and swells caused significant erosion in Holden Beach.  More waves are on the way and with this erosion some great shells and artifacts should be uncovered.  This past springs beach renourishment helped treasure seekers find shells galore, sharks teeth, Indian Arrowheads and past military artifacts.

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Barrier islands are really not meant to be built upon 💚✌️🎶

An endless money pit, renourishing beaches. The storms are just going to wash it away

Think I’ll have to head that way tomorrow.

What block is this in?

Beautiful scenery

Thank you!

OKI looks like this too!

Laurie Pendergast DiPetrillo

Millions of $$$$ in renourishment gone is nothing to celebrate.

Prayers for all

Allison Petron

The tides are high

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1 month ago
Ollie Raja Realty

Fun and entertaining Cynthia the President of Brunswick County Association of Realtors breaks down the stats on our Local Real Estate market for us.
No Bubble Here!!!!!
All is Good 🙂
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2 months ago
Ollie Raja Realty

We found this interesting from one of our Lenders Dwayne Tyndall at Atlantic Bay.

Do you have current or former clients who have faced medical collections on their credit reports? The three major credit bureaus—TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian—have announced some really helpful new changes to how medical debt is reported.

Better yet—these updates will impact approximately 70% of medical collections, which means your clients who have been held back by medical debt may now be in a much better position to get a mortgage!

Two changes became effective July 1, 2022:

First, paid medical collection debt will no longer be included on credit reports. So, if your current client has recently paid off medical bills, or your past client has resolved medical debt since you last worked together, they should reach out to me to take a look at their situation.

Second, credit bureaus are now extending from six months to a full year the time period before unpaid medical collection debt appears on your client's report. This means your client has 12 full months in which they can go ahead and apply for a home loan—and hopefully resolve medical debt issues—before that debt will impact their credit history.

Finally, in the first half of 2023, medical debt collection accounts under a pre-defined minimum threshold (to be determined later this year, but at least $500) will no longer be included on credit reports. So, that old emergency room bill of $397 won't count against your client any more, beginning next year.

If you or your clients have debt questions—medical or otherwise—I can help by running simulations to see what will impact credit scores as debt is addressed, and which debt to tackle first. Call me today.
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We found this interesting from one of our Lenders Dwayne Tyndall at Atlantic Bay.  

Do you have current or former clients who have faced medical collections on their credit reports? The three major credit bureaus—TransUnion, Equifax, and Experian—have announced some really helpful new changes to how medical debt is reported.

Better yet—these updates will impact approximately 70% of medical collections, which means your clients who have been held back by medical debt may now be in a much better position to get a mortgage!

Two changes became effective July 1, 2022:

First, paid medical collection debt will no longer be included on credit reports. So, if your current client has recently paid off medical bills, or your past client has resolved medical debt since you last worked together, they should reach out to me to take a look at their situation.

Second, credit bureaus are now extending from six months to a full year the time period before unpaid medical collection debt appears on your clients report. This means your client has 12 full months in which they can go ahead and apply for a home loan—and hopefully resolve medical debt issues—before that debt will impact their credit history.

Finally, in the first half of 2023, medical debt collection accounts under a pre-defined minimum threshold (to be determined later this year, but at least $500) will no longer be included on credit reports. So, that old emergency room bill of $397 wont count against your client any more, beginning next year.

If you or your clients have debt questions—medical or otherwise—I can help by running simulations to see what will impact credit scores as debt is addressed, and which debt to tackle first. Call me today.
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