Are open houses going the way of the dodo? A new study by homefinder.com found open houses are used in only in 6.3 percent of listings to reach potential buyers. Open houses are still useful in marketing but they’ve evolved ...Read More »
Many homebuyers don’t know the real cost of owning a home. While 94 percent of prospective buyers think they’re making a good investment in purchasing a home, most have not sat down and done the math to see how much ...Read More »
Two Charlotte area bridges are among the state’s worst, according to AAA Carolinas. The substandard crossings include the Interstate 485 bridge that crosses Interstate 85 and the Interstate 277 bridge that spans Clarkson Street, according to AAA Carolinas. The 47-year-old ...Read More »
Housing prices across the country rose 0.4 percent in May and are now 6.5 percent off their April 2007 peak, a new government report says. The Federal Housing Finance Agency index report is based on sales price information of mortgages ...Read More »
Foreclosures and delinquencies continue their slow improvement in the Charlotte metro region, according to property information and analytics provider CoreLogic. For the month of May, foreclosures affected 1.10 percent of all mortgage loans, a decrease of 1.06 percentage points compared ...Read More »
National home sales in June were at their highest level since October 2013, but still 2.3 percent below where they were last June, the National Association of Realtors is reporting. Sales of existing single-family, town and condominium homes rose a ...
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Big brother is literally watching you if you work at this Brooklyn, New York-based brokerage. Ideal Properties, a real estate company with 110 agents, has purchased four Google glasses and is asking agents who could use a little coaching to ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE -The Belk Gym at the University of North Carolina Charlotte is undergoing a much needed metamorphosis. “It was well beyond time for it to be upfitted, plus code has changed,” explained John Fessler, director of capital projects at the ...
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