With the Charlotte housing market on course for a second year of healthy rebound, real estate professionals across the region are reassessing lessons learned from the housing debacle that nearly derailed the economy, and taking stock of what has changed ...Read More »
Two Charlotte real estate professionals recently voluntarily surrendered their licenses to the North Carolina Real Estate Commission. In cases of voluntary surrender, the commission does not hold a formal hearing or require a respondent to answer charges brought to its ...
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Foreclosures completed in the Charlotte-Concord-Gastonia metro area were down 19.5 percent in April from the year before, according to a CoreLogic report. Area properties in some stage of foreclosure accounted for 1.2 percent of all homes with a mortgage, a ...Read More »
Home sales in April for the Charlotte-Gastonia-Concord metro area barely increased from the previous month, rising .63 percent. Compared to a year ago, the volume of sales for existing single-family homes, town homes and condos was up 9.55 percent, according ...Read More »
Charlotte area home prices were up 0.49 percent in March over February, following four consecutive months of price declines, according to the Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller Home Price Index report. The index rose to 124.17 from 123.55 in February. For the ...Read More »
April sales of Charlotte area homes were up 2.4 percent from the same time last year, according to the Carolina Multiple Listing Services Inc. The company found that 2,990 properties sold in April compared to 2,921 during the same time ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Reacting to concerns from people who live near Dilworth, the Charlotte planning staff has proposed amending the pedestrian overlay district zoning that governs development in that area to include improved design aesthetics and more required parking. On Monday, ...Read More »