North Carolina, HUD homes can be found in various locations and neighborhoods across the state and can range in size, age, condition, and price. They are sold "as-is" and may require repairs and renovations. One of the benefits of buying a HUD home is the opportunity to purchase a property at a lower price than market value. HUD also offers special programs such as the Good Neighbor Next Door program, which offers a 50% discount to certain public servants and educators, and the Homeowners Armed with Knowledge (HAWK) program, which provides a $200 discount on the purchase price of a HUD home to buyers who complete an online home-buying education course. It's important to note that HUD homes are sold through a bidding process and it can be competitive. Lightkeeper Realty as a HUD approved buyer's agent can help you navigate the process, provide you with the necessary information, and help you prepare and submit a successful bid on a HUD home in North Carolina.