charlotte real estate: Buying Charlotte Real Estate – You Did WHAT? - 02/06/11 07:30 PM
Buying Charlotte Real Estate – You Did WHAT? Buying a home used to be such a celebrated event.  It was a sign of growing up and “getting somewhere” in life.  Yet, tell someone you bought Charlotte real estate now days and you might just get wide eyes and a, “You did WHAT?” If you’re still trying to decide if buying Charlotte real estate is for you, consider all the reasons why people are still buying homes all around you (not just in Charlotte either). First, you have the reasons that have stood the test of time:
Once you buy a house, … (7 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte NC REALTOR Offers Seller Tips, Part II - 08/09/08 12:04 AM
Selling Your Home, Part II Charlotte Realtor® Offers SELLER TIPS, Part II: De-Cluttering

Are you undermining the value of your home? Whether your home is in great condition and well-built in a fabulous neighborhood, clutter can create a potential buyer's perception of a home that has not been properly maintained. Neglect, chaos, confusion and disorder are the things that come to mind when your home is not properly 'staged' by de-cluttering. After all, you're going to have to move this 'stuff' anyway so, why not get a head start on this task and make your home more 'sellable' in the … (10 comments)

charlotte real estate: What Do YOU Do if Your Charlotte home Does Not Appraise? - 07/06/08 09:25 PM
 
What Can YOU Do if Your Charlotte Home Does NOT Appraise? What do YOU do if your Charlotte home does not appraise just before Closing?  Each Realtor® has their own philosophy regarding appraisers and appraisals and here’s mine—a practical and realistic view for Charlotteans to consider:
The real estate market in Charlotte NC remains strong primarily because of our general economy, job market and the fact that when the majority of the country was going ‘gang busters’ with price increases in the high percentages, Charlotte remained far more conservative.  Prior to August 2007, we were seeing a slow, but steady, … (15 comments)

charlotte real estate: Condo in Charlotte: UNDER CONTRACT IN 14 DAYS! - 06/28/08 04:50 PM
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charlotte real estate: 4800 Carmel Park Drive, Charlotte NC: Exquisite European Estate FOR SALE - 06/28/08 02:28 PM
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charlotte real estate: Indian Trail Home For Sale--Immaculate! - 05/27/08 11:05 AM
Indian Trail Home For Sale--Immaculate!
 Indian Trail Home For Sale--Immaculate!Location: CrismarkIMMACULATE home, shows like a model! Bright, open floorplan with 4BR, 2.5BA, formal dining, office/study/guest room on main. Great kitchen with upgraded appliances and opened to living areas, breakfast room. Magnificent master suite with luxury bath (dual sinks, sep shower, garden tub). Wood blinds throughout. One of the largest wooded backyards in Crismark! Great neighborhd & GREAT schools--location, location, location! This home is better than NEW--first year 'kinks' have been worked out and the home is in pristine, move-in-ready condition!! will love this neighborhood with pool, playground, tennis courts and walking … (9 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte, NC RELOCATION PACKAGE (complete package) - 03/04/08 07:38 AM
  
About the author: 
Debe Maxwell is a Charlotte Residential Real Estate, Certified Neighborhood and Relocation Specialist who can assist you with the purchase and/or sale of real estate in Charlotte, NC or any place in the country by connecting you with a relocation professional in your destination of choice.  Debe has created a team of professionals throughout the country to ensure that you enjoy a smooth transition to your new area. These professionals are experts in the field of relocation and can serve many purposes beyond a simple home search.  The destination service is of no cost to you!  Please visit www.debemaxwell.com/ … (11 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte, NC Economic Growth (Real Estate & Construction) - 03/02/08 10:41 PM
Charlotte NC Relocation Information - A Thriving EconomyBoth businesses and individuals are attracted to the thriving Charlotte region. Booming with economic and commercial activity, Charlotte has all the advantages of one of the most rapidly growing metropolitan areas in the U.S. Yet the people are warm and friendly and many areas in our region still retain their 'small town' flavor.  With recent announcements of several new businesses in this first quarter of 2008, we'd like to welcome you and your business to Charlotte!REAL ESTATE & CONSTRUCTION - Charlotte Relocation Information | Construction & Growth MORE RELOCATION INFORMATION CAN BE FOUND AT WWW.ICHARLOTTEREALESTATE.COM
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charlotte real estate: Charlotte, NC--A Buyer's DREAM! - 03/01/08 08:46 PM
With over 300 Fortune 500 Companies represented in the Charlotte area, our real estate market has not followed market trends as in other cities in the U.S. This is also due to our constant influx of banking transferrees and our growing economy.

 
Myers Park real estate is not experiencing nearly the problems that other neighborhoods in other cities are currently experiencing but, right now, Myers Park Sellers are extremely 'stressed!'  Here, Sellers are used to seeing their homes "fly off of the market" with contracts, oftentimes within the first day on the market.  
NOW, Charlotte homes are being listed for extended periods of time, … (2 comments)

charlotte real estate: WELCOME TO CHARLOTTE, NC—The City of Growth! - 03/01/08 07:20 PM

The Charlotte Chamber of Commerce has compiled the newest set of numbers revealing that over 1,300 new or expanding firms are investing $2.3 billion in Charlotte’s future infrastructure. With a vacancy of only 2%, commercial space in the Uptown area is very tight and with 14,648 jobs being created by these firms, Uptown residential space should soon be limited as well. The numbers are a fairly good indicator of Charlotte’s continued economic growth.
Some expected new positions in the area are as follows:
>4,436 Accommodations & food service industry
>3,000 Technical service
>2,210 Retail
> 360 Manufacturing
>4,642 Healthcare, … (1 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte, NC: NO VACANCY in Uptown! - 12/20/07 03:09 PM
Our Uptown Charlotte area is BOOMING!  From a 16.6% vacancy rate in 2005 to UNDER 1% rate in 2007 Q4, we are bursting at the seams!  Landlords in the Uptown area are confident, reflecting $30./square foot cost, an increase over last year.  Contractors & developers are also very confident with continuing to build, some saying, "We just can't build fast enough!" 
What incredible news for our ever-expanding banking center!  More office space is not expected in Uptown until 2009 when 6 more towers are expected to be complete.  Where will we go from here?  Dilworth, SouthPark, South Charlotte, Ballantyne...
Here's to a GREAT 2008 in our … (6 comments)

charlotte real estate: Shopping? Add lenders to your list! - 12/19/07 09:26 AM
Alright, lenders don't slam me but, I have recently had a couple of new Realtors® ask me about the loan process and my ‘recommended' lenders.  So, I thought I'd share with AR how I advise my clients in the LENDER SHOPPING phase of their home buying process!  I am a big believer in shopping around for EVERYTHING!  Sometimes that means I spend way too much time investigating but, you'd better believe that I get the best deal!  Since time is money, it's not always wise for me to shop around for the best deal on toothpaste though!
I strongly encourage my … (6 comments)

charlotte real estate: December, 2007--Could This be Our Turn-Around Month? - 12/12/07 10:58 PM
Okay, I'll admit it:  The real estate market is in a bit of a 'slump!'  As I read my newspaper through my glass-half-full, I notice that the negative real estate articles are slowing to some degree but, they just keep coming!  So, I decided to do a bit of investigating on my own then, revising my plans for both my Buyers & Sellers.  Here is a synopsis of what I've come up with so far:
Mortgage applications rose this week 2.5 Percent (from 791.8 the previous week to 811.8)On an unadjusted basis, the index increased 1.4 percent compared with last week AND was up a whopping 14.2 percent COMPARED WITH THE … (10 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Real Estate Makes National News! - 11/28/07 08:49 AM
Today's Charlotte Observer had an encouraging article by J.W. ELPHINSTONE of the Associated Press pertaining to our Charlotte market! In his article, Charlotte bucks housing trend; Home values grew while other cities saw declines, Mr. Elphinstone writes the recent S&P's index of  housing prices in 20 metropolitan areas reveals that five cities, including Charlotte have increased!
Both Seattle and Charlotte, the two leading cities, showed a 4.7% increase over last year, compared to a national decrease in housing prices of 4.5%.
Investors are being quite a bit more conservative due to sub-prime lending scares and increased foreclosures but, Charlotte just keeps the slow and steady climb. 
For … (4 comments)

 
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Author Bio: Debe Maxwell is a Certified Residential Specialist in the Charlotte Metro region with a focus on the Charlotte luxury home market. My team of agents each have their own specialty areas, a benefit to anyone buying a home in Charlotte NC.

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