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Foreclosure activity declining in N.C., nationally (access required)

Foreclosure inventory in August was down 34 percent nationally from a year ago, according to CoreLogic, the residential property information, analytics and services provider. CoreLogic’s report, released Tuesday, shows that there were 48,000 completed foreclosures in August compared to 72,000 in August 2012.

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Housing reports depict a mixed bag for Charlotte real estate (access required)

Sales of Charlotte metro residential properties were up 4 percent from July to August and 18 percent year- over- year, according to a report by the real estate information company RealtyTrac, but the median price for non-distressed properties decreased 1 percent in the same July to August period to $168,000 from $170,000.

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Charlotte one of three areas in N.C. to gain construction jobs since August 2012 (access required)

The Charlotte metropolitan area, including Gastonia and Rock Hill, S.C., was one of only three regions of 12 in the state to gain construction jobs in August 2013 over the same month last year, according to a report by the Associated General Contractors of America.

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Foreclosure activity down from last year, but Mecklenburg and York counties see month-over-month spike (access required)

Foreclosure activity down from last year, but Mecklenburg and York counties see month-over-month spike <span class="dmcss_key_icon"><img alt="(access required)" src="/files/2013/10/lock1.png" border=0/></span>

Although foreclosure activity in the Charlotte area has declined over the past year, it jumped up between July and August this year in Mecklenburg and York counties, according to a report issued by RealtyTrac.

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Housing market continues to improve for sellers (access required)

Preliminary August data from the Carolinas Multiple Listing Services Inc. continue to indicate a strengthening housing market, with the number of sales, home prices and new listings rising while the inventory and average number of days on the market declined.

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