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Perking up: Are incentives helping 
to sell Charlotte homes? (access required)

The Kannapolis home had been on the market about eight months. The seller, Fred Waite, had lowered the price in September from $1.8 million to $1.5 million. But, still, not so much as a nibble, said the listing agent, Heidi ...

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Lockewood Loyalty (access required)

The Lockewood neighborhood is only about 1 1/2 miles north of uptown Charlotte, but it feels far removed from the sparkling high-rises and busting restaurants and bars. Bordered by North Tryon and North Graham Streets, it is in a troubled ...

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Site unseen: Zillow’s data shortcomings create hassles for Charlotte agents (access required)

You could say real estate website Zillow drives Charlotte real estate Scott Lindsley a little crazy. Zillow, a Seattle-based database that lists homes for sale and rent and features “Zestimates” of property values, refers to itself as an “enormously helpful ...

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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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Developers mix it up for young professionals (access required)

Tired of the bitterly cold Michigan winters and in search of better job opportunities, Jeff Sharp moved to Charlotte in late 2007. With a background in custom homebuilding, Sharp, 26, changed gears shortly after moving to the Queen City and ...

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Foreclosure fever takes hold of area investors, buyers (access required)

After nearly a decade of working as a talent agent, Bryan Geers was tired of the Hollywood hustle and bustle and in 2008 moved to Charlotte. In addition to representing producers and directors for cable and network television shows, Geers ...

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Foreclosure fallout (access required)

Cheryl Littlefield’s ideal home was pulled right out from under her. Located near Revolution Park just west of Uptown Charlotte, the 1,200-square-foot, three-bedroom brick ranch-style home was just what Littlefield was looking for. And priced at $49,000, the foreclosed home was ...

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