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Government shutdown: Impact small so far on Charlotte housing, banking (access required)

It might be roiling Washington, D.C. and its suburbs, but, so far, the government shutdown is having little effect on Charlotte’s real estate and banking markets.

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One-fourth of homeowners living there alone (access required)

More consumers are opting to live alone, with single buyers making up a quarter of all home purchases, according to the National Association of Realtors. In the U.S., there are 33 million one-person households, and living solo is becoming an international trend.

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About one-third of homes sold being paid for with cash (access required)

An unprecedentedly high proportion of home sales involve all-cash transactions in today's market. According to a National Association of Realtors' report, all-cash offers account for 33 percent of home sales, with international and investor buyers taking the lead.

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From NAR, a lump of statistical coal (access required)

As if things weren’t bad enough, NAR has another reason to reach for bottles sealed with cotton (or corks). In a revelation that could make some question the trustworthiness of NAR’s figures and sully its reputation forever – OK, maybe that’s going a bit too far – the association this week announced that its home sales data going back about five years might be too high.

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Have niche, will target (access required)

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: ...

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