Tag Archives | Real Estate

Inventory is still low, but home sales are climbing

Inventory throughout the Charlotte region has been at historic lows, and it doesn’t seem to be increasing, at least at a pace to keep up with demand. With so little available on the market, home sales activity tends to be rather slow, however, there was a slight increase in the number of homes sold in February [...]

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November market update

Charlotte’s housing market continues to boom with lots of activity. Inventory continues to struggle to keep up with demand, prices are rising and buyers have a sense of urgency in this seller’s market. Last month’s numbers are in, and home sales for November soared,  as they are up 19.7% from November 2015. With mortgage rates [...]

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Uptown is more than just a place to work

Charlotte’s real estate industry is booming. There is one area of town, however, that is undergoing a particularly huge shift in its development. Uptown Charlotte was once a strictly corporate environment housing office buildings that catered to the nine-to-five employee.Now, this area of Center City is rapidly becoming an area full of activity 24 hours [...]

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Beautiful Eastover home: 2051 Vernon Drive

Check out this brand-new beauty at 2051 Vernon Drive in Eastover. Located southeast of Uptown Charlotte, Eastover boasts stately homes in a historic neighborhood that is home to the Mint Museum of Art on Randolph Road, as well as the Eastover Academy, one of Charlotte’s oldest and most popular elementary schools. Eastover is home to numerous [...]

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Miami’s Wynwood inspires artistic change for Charlotte’s building boom

There is no denying that Charlotte’s building boom is in full effect. However, a common complaint is that the buildings are just too bland. In an attempt to rectify this problem, Charlotte local business and political leaders headed south to Miami for the Charlotte Chamber’s annual intercity visit. There, they toured Wynwood, Miami’s super cool [...]

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Charlotte ranked third most attractive real estate market in U.S.

The real estate market in Charlotte is strong, as the powerhouse city was just named the third most attractive real estate market in the United States. A report recently released by the Urban Land Institute and PwC says that residents find the Queen City so attractive because of great job growth and urban center development. [...]

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Market spotlight: Oakhurst

Oakhurst is one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in Charlotte, with a ton of potential for appreciation. It is closely located to some of the most popular areas in the city, including Cotswold, however Oakhurst certainly maintains its own identity and individuality. The neighborhood started as a farmland and hunting camp in the early 1900s, [...]

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Market spotlight: Eastover

Let’s check in with Eastover, one of the most beautiful historic neighborhoods in the Charlotte metro area. It is a stately suburban community home to The Mint Museum of Art, located on Randolph Road and full of history. Eastover Academy, another major landmark in the town, is one of Charlotte’s oldest and most popular elementary [...]

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Market spotlight: Cotswold

Let’s check out Cotswold–an extremely livable and pretty neighborhood located in Southeast Mecklenberg County in Charlotte. Of all the homes on the market in this area of town, 40% are under contract, indicating lots of movement in the market. Cotswold continues to have an ever-increasing desirability for its great location and proximity to uptown, its [...]

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Custom Homes by Carolinas Revitalization

It is hard to find good, quality new construction homes in established neighborhoods in Charlotte such as NODA and Plaza Midwood. Buyers want the charm and character of an older home, but also want the ease and convenience of a brand new home. Bryan Alenky of Carolinas Revitalization has managed to fill that void. Since [...]

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