Real Estate Directions debuts on WUTV Channel 22

Wingate, N.C. – Everything you wanted to know about real estate but were afraid to ask will be covered in a new series starting Nov. 8 on Wingate University cable channel 22. The program, "Real Estate Directions," will air at 8:30 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. daily in Union County.

Host Mitch Eudy, a licensed real estate broker in Union County, covers the topic with guests from all aspects of real estate - from legal issues and appraisals to home inspection and home improvement.

The line-up features Karen Mendenhall from Stage It, sharing how to best present your home to potential buyers; Charlotte attorney Ralph McMillan covering the legal processes of transferring real estate; William Roseberry from W.R. Starkey Mortgage, explaining interest rates and the loan process; Chip Sprague from Home Inspections Carolina, discussing why a home inspection is a good idea for the buyer and the seller; Ron Lambright from HOPE, explaining credit repair issues; Laurie Knudsen, president-elect of the Carolina Regional Realtor Association, with an update on market conditions; Margie Bell from Bell Consulting, on how to choose a realtor; Gordon Suhre, a home renovation specialist, sharing tips for making repairs when it is time to put a house on the market to sell; and Margaret Desio with Carolina Appraisals, explaining the home appraisal process.

About Wingate University
Founded in 1896, Wingate University is a private comprehensive university with more than 2,300 students on two campuses in Wingate and Matthews, North Carolina. The University offers 32 undergraduate majors, 36 minors and career concentrations, numerous pre-professional programs, graduate degrees in business, accounting, physician assistant studies and sports administration, and doctorates in pharmacy and education.

Wingate students gain the tools and support they need to excel in academics and apply that learning toward an extraordinary career and life. The campus community offers in-class learning, out-of-class experiences, strong mentors, a competitive yet caring environment and rewarding community service opportunities for a complete educational experience.

Wingate student athletes compete in 19 NCAA Division II sports, and the University has won the South Atlantic Conference Echols Athletic Excellence Award for the past four years.
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