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Checks that don’t check out (access required)

In 22 years of practicing law, Charlotte residential real estate attorney R. Steven Smith had never had anything like it happen to him. Just before Memorial Day, Smith was representing a real estate agent in a closing for a waterfront ...

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Report gives insight into foreclosures, but picture might be incomplete (access required)

This month, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association rolled out a new report designed to give more insight into the volume of foreclosures and short sales taking place in the Charlotte area. The report, free to CRRA members and the public, ...

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As more homes go ‘underwater,’ real estate agents enjoy wave of sales (access required)

About 40 real estate agents filed into the Bank of America Home Loans building in SouthPark June 1 for a crash course in short sales, an often-tricky transaction that’s been on the rise in Charlotte. Attorney Jaime Kosofsky and real ...

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Just how bad is the foreclosure problem? That’s a good question, Charlotte experts say (access required)

Jim Kluth remembers in the 1980s when real estate agents, hoping to get first dibs on foreclosed properties, would hang around the Mecklenburg County Courthouse and regularly dig through public records looking for new foreclosure filings. Today, such information is ...

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Housing market shows signs of life, agents say (access required)

With the Great Recession still packing a punch, the sweet spot for Charlotte’s residential real estate market continues to be homes priced at $120,000 or less. But real estate agents say a growing number of people with deeper pockets are ...

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