Real estate sales are down in the Charlotte area. So who’s to blame? The downturn in the housing market? The economy? According to some agents and industry watchers, it’s stubborn sellers’ fault. Far from motivated, such homeowners are operating under ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Even though sign riders with customized websites for listings are growing in popularity with Charlotte real estate agents, they might be giving way to another trend. On “for sale” signs, some Charlotte-area agents are using Quick Recognition, or QR, codes, ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
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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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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