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Take a look at this beautiful bungalow home for sale that might be perfect for you! The property is located in the Twelve Oaks Subdivision and was built in 1981. Conveniently located close to the outlet mall and uptown, home buyers will love the nearby amenities and charming neighborhood.The home for sale offers a concrete […]Continue reading
Don’t miss this charming home for sale with a well-maintained interior and beautiful exterior. The property was built in 1976 and sits near Southpark in the Huntingtowne Farms Subdivision. It boasts 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and the lot sits in a cul de sac with a concrete driveway that allows for 2-car parking.This cozy […]Continue reading
Experienced homeowners will tell you that it’s all about location when you’re thinking about where to buy a home. The good news is that they’re partly right; location is a very important component of your decision!However, a lot of home buyers think a “good location” is one that is located in a nice neighborhood, with […]Continue reading
Take a look at this quiet home for sale located in Monroe in Union County! The beautiful exterior boasts a brick veneer along with outdoor features such as a workshop area, outbuilding and concrete driveway with multiple parking spaces. Homeowners looking to expand will love the open kitchen with center island, dual vanities in the […]Continue reading
A study was done by Merrill Lynch looking at baby boomers and their retirement plans. Results showed that there were about 4.2 million baby boomers who moved into a new home last year, with two-third expressing interest in moving at least once in their retirement.“In retirement, you have the chance to live anywhere you want. […]Continue reading
Though Charlotte’s housing market continues to improve, it may never be able to return to its booming days back in 2006. A fair comparison of the market’s current situation is the construction activity that took place from 1998 to 2003 where the region had an average of 15,000 single-family permits yearly. Last year, Charlotte issued […]Continue reading
During the Realtor University Richard J. Rosenthal Center For Real Estate Studies Forum held recently, realtors from different parts of the country attended and gathered to talk about the effects of changing homebuyer demographics on the housing market. “Among primary residence homebuyers, the demographics have shifted dramatically, especially among first-time homebuyers, whose share of the […]Continue reading