For March, CRRA said there was a nearly 21 percent decrease in the number of houses for sale versus the same month a year ago. Industry observers say the decline stems from fewer distressed properties being put up for sale and new-home construction remaining depressed.
Charlotte-area home sales, prices and pending contracts rose over the same month last year, while inventory and days on market fell, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association said today.
For the fourth year, Charlotte-area real estate agents will be repairing homes for their struggling owners as part of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association’s Realtors Care Day.
For real estate agents in the Charlotte area looking to share listings online, the Carolina Multiple Listing Services has this advice: “Hold your Tweets.”
The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association’s fourth annual Real Estate Bar Camp started like all the others, which is to say it didn’t start anything like most other real estate training sessions.
Jennifer Frontera’s pep talk for members of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association is a subtle hint at a year ahead that will likely be filled with struggle. She is preparing to ride “a tide of change” as president of an organization that has seen its membership decrease in the housing downturn and during a time when technology is changing the industry.
Charlotte real estate agents can now carry the Carolina Multiple Listing Services around in their pockets.
The number of home sales recorded by the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association rose 8.7 percent in November when compared to November 2010, the group reported today. But on a month-to-month basis, the 1,686 closings in November were down 10.4 percent from the 1,882 in October. November’s average sale price of $192,472 was down 10.3 percent [...]
Just like in any business, Raphael Goldstein needed to build his clientele when he became a real estate agent 12 years ago. So, the Venezuela native decided to reach out to a niche group, one that he was familiar with: Latinos. At night, he’d thumb through the phone book, looking for Latino-sounding last names. “I [...]
The Charlotte Regional Realtor Association reports the number of home closings for October was 1,882, an increase of 12.4 percent compared with October 2010, when closings totaled 1,674. Compared with September 2011, which had 1,968 closings, though, the number was down 4.4 percent. The average sales price in October was $194,837, down 3.6 percent compared with [...]