Jan Carlson lives at The Point on Lake Norman and makes her living by focusing on selling real estate in the area as a broker for Keller Williams Mooresville. She said she's been selling homes there since 2007, but in October a very rare thing happened when it came to making the deal for this four-bedroom, five-bathroom home on the lake.
Conventional wisdom suggests that if you buy a home that was foreclosed upon, you're going to pay less. According to a new report from online real estate site Zillow, that discount is shrinking in markets across the nation.
Charlotte real estate giant The Bissell Cos. doesn't have a tenant yet for either of its latest marquee properties at Ballantyne Corporate Park – but the company plans to have at least one tenant by January.
Brett Krueger has his eye on the Queen City. As vice president of the Charlotte office of Miami Beach, Fla.- based commercial real estate firm MRK Investments, Krueger oversaw the company's $3.6 million investment in Uptown when it purchased the first floor of The Ivey's building at 127 N. Tryon St. in October.
CORNELIUS — The Bank of Granite building in Cornelius has landed a new tenant, one that is taking up 25 percent of the building, according to Tom McMahon, a Sperry Van Ness broker. This month, Foursquare Church signed a lease for 3,000 square feet in the 12,240-square-foot office building at 18825 W. Catawba Ave., said McMahon, who works in the [...]
Kent Temple said he and his wife Pam are selling more homes than they did during the real estate boom years. But the prices aren't exactly the same as they were in 2006. However, when it came to selling this four-bedroom, 3 ½-bathroom home in Mooresville, the price was a high point for Temple, a broker with Keller Williams Mooresville.
"I think the market is going to harden a bit, which is why we wanted to take advantage of market conditions now," said Bryan Howell, a managing director for Parkway Properties. "If you look at the available space dynamics in Charlotte now, it will prove that out. I expect that will continue to rise."
Jackson, Miss.-based EastGroup, a real estate investment trust, had asked the city to rezone 43.29 acres at Steele Creek Road and Shopton Road from a mix of industrial and residential to all industrial so it could build the 525,000-square-foot park.
Listing agent Jack Ziegler said selling this five-bedroom, 4 1/2-bathroom home built in 1993 was about four factors: price, marketing, location and condition.
Charles Jonas is pretty sure the Queen City avoided disaster when it comes to a long-feared commercial property foreclosure crisis.