CHARLOTTE – The area’s housing market continues to show signs of improvement, as April housing numbers were up almost entirely across the board, compared with the same period last year. The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association released a report Tuesday that showed home closings in April were up 34.5 percent from April of 2012. Closings last [...]
CHARLOTTE — The regional housing market continues to show incipient signs of recovery as the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association reported this week that sales volume climbed almost 25 percent in March over the same month in 2012. Home prices also rose in the monthly Carolina Multiple Listing Services report, with the average closing coming in [...]
You’re either fer it, or you’re agin it, as they say in the mountains of western North Carolina, and that’s true of possible legislation that REBIC will either back or oppose this year on the other end of the state in Raleigh, where the state legislature is in session.
"As buyers begin to meet prices, there will be an upward pressure on prices," he said. "There are an increasing number of buyers coming on the market, more buyers and fewer homes. We’ve even had some multioffer situations. Not many, but some."
"There was a Prudential way of doing things; it wasn’t always up to me. So after moving back to sales there for a while, to sharpen up my skills, I opened Exit South in 2005 and haven’t looked back."
CHARLOTTE — Homes sales soared 35 percent in November over the same month last year, making the Carolina Multiple Listing Services area that much less of a buyer’s market. The CRRA reported the increase in sales Monday in its monthly market activity report. According to the report, November was the 11th straight month for year-over-year increases [...]
CHARLOTTE – With home sales in the Charlotte region rising 14 percent in September, a real estate rebound seems to be underway. But some in the real estate business aren’t buying the latest figures. According to numbers released Tuesday by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, the number of closings in the Carolina Multiple Listing Services [...]
When the international media swarmed to Charlotte last week, some in the real estate business were drawn to the crowds. The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, the company that owns Skye Condominiums, and Habitat for Humanity are among those that couldn’t resist drawing attention to themselves during the DNC.
As Democrats were busy preparing to come to town for the convention, Charlotte real estate industry leaders were busy, too.
Last week, in a 4-0 vote, the council’s public safety committee gave its support to the proposal, which calls for rental property owners to give the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department their contact information, including business and home addresses and phone numbers.