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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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Yet another scam targets Mecklenburg County’s many vacant properties

It was August, and Crest Properties had just bought a 3,100-square-foot house at 1614 Meadowlark Landing Drive in the Lawing Pond neighborhood in Charlotte. The subsidiary of Indianapolis-based Timberstone Homes had planned to renovate, and then sell, the 4-year-old home. ...

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Armed Agents: Concerned for their safety, real estate professionals take self-defense classes, apply to carry guns (access required)

Lisa Ludlow Archer was a new real estate agent working phone duty about six years ago when she got a phone call that just didn’t feel right. “When you get that feeling, you should usually listen to it,” said Archer, ...

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Flophouses: Real estate agents on the 
lookout for 
short sale fraud (access required)

To Jonathan Osman, the paperwork just didn’t seem right. Osman, a real estate agent for Keller Williams Realty in SouthPark, had been asked by another agent to help her out by looking over some documents related to an upcoming short ...

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Bad form? (access required)

This month, 61-year-old John Lee was out in the cold — or, rather, the August heat — when he was evicted from his south Charlotte rental home near the airport. Although he was behind on rent for June, which is ...

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