Charlotte Real Estate News
Charlotte, North Carolina, is the state’s largest city and the second-largest city in the southeast. It’s home to more than 800,000 people, and its metro area has more than 2.3 million individuals living in it. Charlotte is known as one of the major financial cities in the U.S. and is home to both a major operations center for Wells Fargo and the Bank of America corporate headquarters. Other major industries include sports, entertainment, and tourism. If you’re thinking of movread more..
Charlotte is the largest city in North Carolina and, as of 2013, was the 23rd largest metro area in the United States. With such a large population, it’s no surprise that Charlotte has several different LGBT-friendly communities. The city itself is actually more liberal than many parts of North Carolina, which explains why it’s so welcoming. The Uptown area is full of nightlife, culture, and restaurants. It’s also the location of the LGBT Community Center ofread more..
If you have a historic home to sell gay realtors Charlotte recommend finding and interviewing agents who specializes in selling this type of home. Very often a true lover of older architecture with a keen eye to what these homes can be worth as works of art of historical value, will come to the seller with an experienced list of things that must be restored or repaired to maximize your return on investment. At first the list might seem daunting but gay realtors Charlotte recommend that you folloread more..
Closings in the 10-county area jumped 14 percent during the month from the same time a year ago. Last month saw 2,244 closings in the Charlotte market, up from 1,968 in September 2011, according to the report released Tuesday. The average sale price also increased in September, the report shows, marking an eighth straight month of year-over-year gains. Last month’s average home price was $206,051, up 4.8 percent from $196,649 in September 2011. The median sales price — considered aread more..
Gay real estate Charlotte has seen many property investors fix and flip and successfully rent out abandoned houses that were up for foreclosure. One way to locate these homes is to simply drive around and look for them in depressed areas of time ~ usually a drive around the city will reveal more than couple of these rundown abandoned homes. Gay real estate Charlotte has noted that most abandoned homes have a few common characteristics. Usually the lawn and garden is overgrown. There are usuallyread more..
Gay realtor Charlotte explains that the one of the key principles behind making money in Charlotte real estate is to know how to “lead” in the market. This means being able to see opportunity where others only see chaos. Leading is showing other investors how to do it. Be the first to move in and invest after a disaster to make money. Learn how to profit from the chaos and you will never be a victim of it. Even after a hurricane or earthquake it is important to keep your eye on theread more..