Lake Norman Real Estate - Diane Aurit

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Real Estate Broker Owner - LKN Realty, LLC - 242267
Lake Norman, Mooresville, Iredell County, North Carolina Real Estate

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2008 

FRIDAY, JUNE 27, 2008 LAKE NORMAN RESIDENTIAL REAL ESTATE HOT SHEET Hot Sheet 6/27/08 6/10/08 5/12/08 4/12/08 3/10/08 New Listings 142 149 189 169 174 Back- on Market 55 55 46 42 40 Price Changes 248 243 212 204 154 Pending Sales 55 47 49 37 52 Sold 41 47 45 44 35 Conditional + Contingent 18 19 ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  The Charlotte Observer's front-page Business Section headline today is:  "Charlotte home prices slip for the year...It's the first such drop since 1991, and things are a lot worse elsewhere - but that's little comfort for homeowners who can't sell." This article goes on to quote the latest of ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  From nostalgic patriotic parades to community festivals with firework displays to myriad planned and spontaneous boat-tie up parties on Lake Norman, there truly is something for everyone here in the greater Lake Norman area this 4th of July.  Get out of your home, save gas and have a great tim...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  When my husband and I bought our Lake Norman home over 3 years ago we knew nothing about the closing process in North Carolina let alone what the attorney's role was in the process.  Yesterday I received an email from someone moving here who had read this blog but couldn't find anything specif...
Posted almost 6 years ago
    What we have felt for quite some time here in the Lake Norman real estate market has been officially substantiated:  The number of people moving to the greater Lake Norman and Charlotte region has slowed according to a Charlotte observer article: Signs suggest regional influx slowing. In Lake...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  One of the newest peninsulas to be developed on Lake Norman  is Fern Hill Road which straddles the towns of Mooresville on the south and Troutman on the north:     Woodleaf is an interesting subdivision that winds its way along  the water view side of Kenway Loop and inland along several new s...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  If you read my article about the schizophrenic nature of the towns along the east side of Lake Norman, then you will already know that the east side of the Interstate 77 is where you will find the original Main Streets and older homes.  These areas have also experienced significant growth but ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
    So, it's 100 degrees outside today, June 10th, in the greater Lake Norman area.  A great day to stay inside and crunch some housing numbers.  As I was thinking of the rather gloomy U.S. economy, it reminded me of the term we used in LA for our June weather due to the daily morning fog: "June ...
Posted almost 6 years ago
When one thinks of our Lake Norman communities images of large estates on the water, new upscale shopping and restaurants, and a lifestyle revolving around the myriad lake recreational opportunities most likely come to mind .     But, on the east side of Lake Norman, the towns of Huntersville, C...
Posted almost 6 years ago
  One of the hottest areas for housing growth on Lake Norman is along Fern Hill Rd.  Straddling Mooresville and Troutman, Fern Hill Road curves its way through farms and forests from just west of the I-77 to the shores of Lake Norman.    When you first travel west on Fern Hill you will pass farm...
Posted almost 6 years ago
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