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Nina Hollander, Charlotte/Ballantyne/Waxhaw/Fort Mill area Realtor is here to help you buy or sell a home in the Charlotte region. My blog is updated almost daily, so be sure to follow me. It's a great way to stay on top of what's happening in the Charlotte metro area, as my blog will provide information about housing market trends, neighborhood information, local events, and relocation and life-style information for the Charlotte, North Carolina area. I service Charlotte, Ballantyne, Waxhaw, Weddington, Marvin, Matthews, Mint Hill, Indian Trail, Wesley Chapel, Pineville, Lake Norman, Huntersville, Cornelius areas in North Carolina, as well as the Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Indian Land, Clover, Lake Wylie, and York areas of South Carolina. I know the right broker makes all the difference in a real estate transaction... let me show you how I'm the difference you can count on!
If your home is in contract and you're anticipating a buyer's inspection, here's a checklist you can use to prepare for your home inspection. The items on this list are what home inspectors look for as part of a whole house inspection. Many of the items on this list, any homeowner can do and will...
Don't forget to keep your pets safe on Thanksgiving by not feeding them things from our tables/plates that are dangerous to their health... it's easy in the excitement of the holiday to want to share with our four-legged family members, but it's not always a good idea to do so.Picture courtesy of...
Do you remember where you were when you heard President Kennedy was shot and had died 52 years ago, today, on November 22nd, 1963? I still remember it as if it was yesterday. 52 years ago, today, I was  15 years old, a sophomore in high school, and was in a biology lab class when someone came in ...
If you're not in the mood to do one of Charlotte area's many Turkey Trots on Thanksgiving Day morning, why not go to Charlotte's Novant Health Thanksgiving Day Parade--a Charlotte tradition since 1947! Charlotte’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is billed as one of the oldest in the nation and the fourth...
A true tradition in the Charlotte, NC area--the Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot. And it doesn't matter where you live in the Charlotte area--there's a Turkey Trot you can participate in easily. (And what a great way to run off those Thanksgiving meal calories in advance!) But keep in mind you need t...
Are you shopping on Thanksgiving Day? Or are you taking the pledge not to shop on Thanksgiving Day? It's just one week until Thanksgiving and there's been so much controversy these past few years as to whether retailers should open on Thanksgiving Day or give their employees a day off to gather w...
If your Charlotte area home has been languishing on the market and hasn't sold, it may be that your asking price is too high. How close your asking price is to real market value (which factors in your home's condition and location) will determine interest by prospective buyers, which will drive t...
Thanksgiving Day isn't but 10 days away and if you're not in the mood to do a lot of cooking, dining out on Thanksgiving Day in Charlotte is easier than you might think. Quite a number of the Queen City's restaurants are open for a sumptuous meal, letting you enjoy the holiday without all the mus...
Charlotte, North Carolina stands with Paris and France and joins the world in saying "nous sommes tous francais." Last night the Queen City was lit up with France's blue, white, and red colors to show our solidarity with Paris and the people of France. In addition, The Duke Energy building, the V...
Check out the latest market video update on Luxury Home Sales in Charlotte, North Carolina from RE/MAX Executive Realty as of October 2015.  And if you were wondering what the most expensive home sold in the Charlotte metro area in October 2015 sold for, the answer is $3,500,000 in the Morrocroft...

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