Biggest Lake Front Housing Market In Southeast Belongs To Lake Norman

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The Lake Norman real estate market is now valued at over $840 million, making it the #1 biggest lake-front market in the South East.

The Fall 2016 study was conducted by the Alabama-based Lake Homes Realty Company. They collected data from 46 MLSs from 9 South Eastern states stretching from Texas to Virginia.

One of the biggest reason the Lake Norman real estate market is so large is that it attracts a substantially high number of out-of-state and international buyers looking for a vacation homes, due to it’s temperate climate, distance to an international airport, and distance to the mountains and beaches.

The Lake Homes Report also indicated that an impressive 42% of all of North Carolina’s lakefront real estate is found on Lake Norman. Lake Wylie - also located in the Charlotte Metro area only comprised about 6.7% of North Carolina’s lakefront real estate.

Are you LOOKING FOR THE HOME OF YOUR DREAMS?  Do you have a HOME TO SELL?  The Temple Team can help you with all of your Real Estate Needs.  Give us a call at 704-235-3000 and visit our webstie at www.TheTempleTeam.com.

* Excerpts taken from article published in Charlotte Stories

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