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Missed Manors: A high-end home is hard 
to find, Charlotte builders 
say as they try to replenish depleted inventory (access required)

Rumors are swirling that the luxury home market in Charlotte is nearing extinction, that it’s barely a whisper of what it once was. But Charlotte homebuilder Alan Simonini says all the talk about the demise of Charlotte’ luxury home market ...

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Charlotte 
agents seek NCAOR seats (access required)

Three Charlotte real estate agents are running for board positions with the North Carolina Association of Realtors. Tony Smith, a Realtor with Wanda Smith & Associates and a past member of the board of directors of the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association, is ...

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Some agents 
frustrated with 
CMLS’ policy for 
reporting 
home sizes (access required)

Since the Carolinas Multiple Listing Service changed its method of describing square footage, Re/Max Metro Realty broker-in-charge Eric Strom says it hasn’t created the headaches some agents predicted. Beginning in 2008, CMLS’ system has reported the square footage of homes ...

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Real estate agents don’t have to follow federal rule affecting short sales (access required)

When the Federal Trade Commission created the Mortgage Assistance Relief Services rules in December, it caused a stink in the real estate community. MARS was formed in response to mortgage scams, specifically those involving loan modifications. Real estate agents, in ...

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Charlotte-area real estate agents say customized 
urls are helping sales (access required)

In an effort to keep potential buyers from tuning out, some Charlotte-area real estate agents are encouraging them to log on — to custom street-address-based websites for individual listings. The basic marketing plan goes like this: Reserve a .com or ...

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Charlotte real estate agents report uptick in demand (access required)

These days, trying to sell a home in Charlotte can be daunting. Owners face competition from a glut of properties sitting in a slow-moving housing market, not to mention low-priced foreclosure and short sale properties. All that can add up ...

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Title insurance will protect against erroneous deeds (access required)

When Charlotte attorney Bob Hull learned about fraudulent deeds being filed at metro area courthouses, his initial reaction was that it would create a title nightmare. But he’s changed his mind. “The more I think about it, I believe this ...

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