Frigid Temps = Hot Real Estate Market

Baby, there's no denying it's cold outside.  In fact, as I write this, it is 17 degrees in Waxhaw and south Charlotte with today's high barely above freezing. Yet, somehow the cold temps have not translated to a cold real estate market. Instead, I am finding that the local real estate market is thawing off much … Continue reading Frigid Temps = Hot Real Estate Market

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Thinking of Selling Your Home? This Charlotte Townhouse Went From "FOR SALE" to "SOLD" in 12 Hours!

I knew this townhouse would sell quickly, but in 12 hours?  No way!But that's how it went down.  With a dozen showing requests made on the first day, it didn't take long for a serious buyer to make an offer and for others to express interest.If you live in the south Charlotte area from Mint … Continue reading Thinking of Selling Your Home? This Charlotte Townhouse Went From "FOR SALE" to "SOLD" in 12 Hours!

What is a seller’s market in real estate?

What is a seller's market in real estate? You've no doubt heard the term, but what does it mean?Watch this short 3-minute video to hear me explain what a seller's market is, why we are in a seller's market, and some of the advantages and disadvantages to being in a seller's market.Jimmy Grappone is a … Continue reading What is a seller’s market in real estate?

Video: Open House @ Providence Grove. Nerdwallet Says Waxhaw Best City For Young Families Living in North Carolina

According to nerdwallet, the Town of Waxhaw is the best place for young families to live in North Carolina.I will be hosting an open house in Providence Grove subdivision, located just 3.5 miles north of downtown Waxhaw.This 3,232 square foot, five-bedroom home is located at 8104 Madrigal Court in Waxhaw and it will be open … Continue reading Video: Open House @ Providence Grove. Nerdwallet Says Waxhaw Best City For Young Families Living in North Carolina

Charlotte Daily Short: Nationwide Foreclosures Down, Sales of More Expensive Properties Up Per National Association of Realtors®

NAR comparison of home sales in Jan 2015 vs Jan 2016 (via KCM Blog)According to the National Association of Realtors® (NAR), January home sales have increased year-over-year in the four highest price categories, beginning at $250,000 and higher.Sales prices in the typical starter-home price-range ($100,000--$250,000) have dipped slightly nationally while the biggest drop in home … Continue reading Charlotte Daily Short: Nationwide Foreclosures Down, Sales of More Expensive Properties Up Per National Association of Realtors®

KCM Blog Review: Home Ownership Still Huge Part of The American Dream

Photo Credit: http://www.keepingcurrentmatters.comAccording to a recent study by the National Association of REALTORS (NAR), home ownership remains a big part of the American dream.Per Keeping Current Matters:The National Association of Realtors (NAR) just released the first edition of their Housing Opportunities and Market Experience Survey (H.O.M.E.). NAR explained that the report covers: “…core topics that will … Continue reading KCM Blog Review: Home Ownership Still Huge Part of The American Dream

Fifteen Simple Steps to Buying a Home in North Carolina, Part Three

Everyone thinks purchasing a new home is complicated and the truth is...they are right.In addition to managing your own work, family, and social responsibilities, you have to navigate a myriad of steps and tasks required to purchase a home.That's why so many people rank buying and/or selling a home as among the most stressful times in … Continue reading Fifteen Simple Steps to Buying a Home in North Carolina, Part Three