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Nina Hollander, Charlotte/Ballantyne/Waxhaw/Fort Mill area Broker/Realtor is here to help you buy or sell a home in the Charlotte region. My blog is updated 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!

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2012 

Compare: Charlotte vs Ballantyne Home Values   Charlotte vs Ballantyne East   Zillow Home Value Index $125,900 vs $293,400     1-Year Change -1.9% vs +3.3%     Median List Price $164,900 vs $300,000     Median Sale Price $164,000 vs $385,400     For Sale Listings on Zillow 7553 homes vs 117 homes...
06/29/2012
Do you really need another reason to buy a home? Have you been sitting on the fence regarding buying a home? Time to get off that fence! Check out how much less expensive it is to own a home today versus the past 20 years! In many areas it's cheaper to own than to rent and over the long haul you ...
06/29/2012
The Charlotte area continues to get national recognition for its excellent public high schools--both on the North Carolina side and the South Carolina side of its border. Five Charlotte/Fort Mill area schools have been recognized as among the country's best in 2012.Three Charlotte area high schoo...
06/27/2012
  When people ask me where Charlotte area home prices are heading my answer is usually "if I knew that, I'd be Queen of the Universe instead of just Queen of Charlotte Real Estate!"Fortunately, there are companies out there like Pulsenomics that monitor the real estate markets. Here are their lat...
06/25/2012
Have you seen these statistics about diminishing home ownership by those under 35 years of age? What do you think this might do to first time buyers sales for the forseeable future? Longer term, fewer first-time buyers will also impact the "move-up" buyer category.   If you are under 35 (or even ...
06/22/2012
  Tips For Moving To Or From Charlotte, North Carolina  Moving--to or from the Charlotte, NC area... no one ever said it was going to be fun.  There’s nothing particularly exhilarating about a few days of labor followed by weeks of wondering where that certain box is. But moving doesn’t have to b...
06/21/2012
  There's good news and there's bad news for Charlotte metro area home prices... and some of it depends whether you're a home buyer or a home seller. On the good news side: May showed the third consecutive month of home price increases. But on the bad news side: home prices fell on a yearly basis...
06/19/2012
One of the most inspiring stories I've heard in a long time! We should be thanking all of our military personnel for their service, but today, I thank you, my fellow Realtor!  It isn’t like our jobs lack difficulty, emotion, or even on many occasions' risks to our health.  Even the most skeptical...
06/15/2012
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