charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Housing Market Update: September 2020 - 10/19/20 04:51 AM
 
 
Latest news on the greater Charlotte region's real estate market in September and what it means for you...  
 
September 2020 continued to see solid strengthening in the housing market in the greater Charlotte region, despite the ongoing pandemic. Pending contract and closed sales activity shows buyer interest with demand returning to pre-pandemic levels and higher due to historically low interest rates fueling much of the buyer demand
 
Housing inventory remained at record lows and new listings are not keeping up with demand despite an increase in new listings in September. At 1.1 months of supply, it is the lowest level of inventory … (28 comments)

charlotte real estate: Mad About Modern 2020 Virtual Home Tour In Charlotte - 09/25/20 02:02 PM
 
Charlotte's 2020 Mad About Modern Midcentury + Modern Home Tour Goes Virtual
 
The ongoing pandemic has caused many of Charlotte's popular home tours to be cancelled/postponed this fall. However, the 9th Annual Mad About Modern Midcentury & Modern Home Tour, sponsored by the Charlotte Museum of History, is taking place from September 26th until October 4th. What's different this year? The Mad About Modern Home Tour is going virtual.
 
If you love mid-century modern architecture and design, this is the event for you!
 
The event kicks off on Saturday evening at 6:00 PM. The event will highlight Charlotte Modernism with NCModernist Founder George Smart. George Smart founded the … (28 comments)

charlotte real estate: 5-Step Strategy To Downsizing Your Charlotte Area Home - 09/23/20 04:47 AM
 
5 Steps To Take If You're Thinking About Downsizing Your Charlotte Area Home
 
If you've been thinking about downsizing your home, here's a 5-step strategy to get you started in determining your goals and needs, finding your dream home, selling your current home, packing up your home and moving. Low interest rates make it a great time to sell your home and find a new, smaller home.
 
In our “bigger is better” culture, there’s an expectation that each home should be larger and grander than the last. But life changes like divorce, kids leaving for college, or even the simple act of growing … (28 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Housing Market Update For August 2020 - 09/20/20 09:27 AM
 
 
Latest news on how corona virus impacted the Charlotte region's real estate market in August and what it means for you...  
 
August 2020 saw a solid strengthening in the housing market in the Charlotte region despite the ongoing pandemic. In fact one can say "pandemic, what pandemic?"
 
Pending contract activity shows buyer interest and demand has returned to pre-pandemic levels (if not higher) due to historically low interest rates.  
 
Housing inventory remained at record lows and new listings are not keeping up with demand. 
 
New listings have been down year-over-year since February. At 1.2 months of supply, it is the lowest … (19 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Luxury Homes Real Estate Report: July 2020 - 08/28/20 04:59 AM
 
Latest news on Charlotte Region's luxury housing market and what it means for you...  
 
Charlotte Region's luxury housing market  saw a solid strengthening July 2020 year-to-date versus the same time frame in 2019, despite the ongoing pandemic. For homes priced above $750,000, the Charlotte region saw both higher pending and closed sales, in spite of a decline of 20.8% in inventory and a drop in new listings. Days on market, both average and median, also were down year-over-year, as was the months supply of inventory.  
 
 
 
  
 
Luxury Housing Market Snapshot:
Charlotte Region July 2020 Year-To-Date
 
Homes Sold: 1,023 July 2020 year-to-date, up … (28 comments)

charlotte real estate: Memorial Day Trash/Recycling Collection Schedule: Charlotte-Mecklenburg - 05/23/20 06:31 AM
 
Memorial Day Trash/Recycling Collection Schedule For Charlotte
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Residents Please Note:
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Solid Waste Services WILL NOT provide curbside trash and recycling pick-up on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25th. 
 
PLEASE NOTE that all of Mecklenburg County’s Full Service Drop Centers will close for the Memorial Day Weekend.  All Self-Service Solid Waste Recycling Centers will also  be CLOSED Saturday May 23 and Monday May 25.  All Full Service Centers will open on Tuesday at 7:00 am on Tuesday, May 26. The Recycling Center.
 
 
 
 
 
Also, Charlotte-Mecklenburg residents should note that EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY,  REMAINING SHREDDING EVENTS FOR 2020 HAVE BEEN CANCELLED.
 
 
Everything You Need To Know About Mecklenburg County's  Solid Waste Management Program During COVID-19
 
Recycling Tips From … (28 comments)

charlotte real estate: North Carolina Begins "Safer At Home" Phase 2 Re-Opening May 22 - 05/21/20 05:15 AM
 
North Carolina Begins "Safer At Home" Phase 2 Re-Opening  Friday, May 22 At 5:00 PM
 
North Carolina's Governor Cooper announced a modified "Stay At Home" Phase 2 re-opening of North Carolina businesses on Wednesday, May 20th called "Safer At Home." Phase 2 is expected to last for at least five weeks through Friday, June 26th.
 
Businesses that can open with restrictions for the "Safer At Home" Phase 2 are:
Personal care businesses like salons and barbers can now re-open at 50% capacity with face covering and specific cleaning requirements and restrictions on the number of people in a waiting area. Swimming pools can open at 50% … (32 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Weekly Home Sales Update: Week Ended May 9-2020 - 05/19/20 06:32 AM
 
Charlotte Region Weekly Housing Market Activity Report:
Weeks Ended May 2 And May 9
 
Latest news on the Charlotte region real estate market, how corona visus is affecting the market and what it means for you...
 
Corona virus impact for the weeks ended May 2nd and May 9th showed continued year-over-year decreases in new listings, in inventory, and closed sales. On the "good news" side,  pending sales increased 14%year-over-year.  Home showings were also down in each of these weeks year-over-year. However, home showings increased week-over-week and that is a good sign. The increase more than likely is due to the lifting of in-person showing restrictions in Mecklenburg County as of May 1st.
 
Meantime, inventory remained tight … (22 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Home Sales Report: Week Ended 5-2-2020 - 05/11/20 08:59 AM
 
Charlotte Region Weekly Housing Market Activity Report:
Weeks Ended April 25 And May 2
 
Latest news on the Charlotte region real estate market, how COVID-19 is affecting the market and what it means for you...
 
COVID-19 impact for the weeks ended April 25th and May 2nd showed continued year-over-year decreases in new listings and in inventory. On the "good news" side, both pending sales and closed sales increased year-over-year and week-over-week. Home showings were also down significantly in each of these weeks year-over-year. (More information on the COVID-19 impact on Charlotte region home showings in April 2020.) 
 
Meantime, inventory remained tight with less than two months supply of homes for sale for … (22 comments)

charlotte real estate: Home Sales Report For 500+ Charlotte Metro Neighborhoods: April 2020 - 05/05/20 05:48 AM
 
  
12-Month Home Sales Report For 500+ Charlotte Area Neighborhoods: April 2020
 
If you're wondering how home sales fared in Charlotte metro area subdivisions in April 2020, here's a list of 500+ Charlotte metro neighborhoods where at least one home sold each month in the past 12 months. The report includes neighborhoods in Charlotte, Waxhaw, Matthews, Mint Hill, Indian Trail, Stallings, Belmont, Mount Holly, Gastonia, Pineville, Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville, Monroe, Concord, Mooresville, and more.
 
Charlotte region ended April 2020 with just 1.8 months supply of inventory of homes (down 28% year-over-year). The lack of inventory pushed median home prices up 8.1% to $275,000 and average home prices up 7.1% to $325,403 for the month ended April 30, … (10 comments)

charlotte real estate: What Happened In Mecklenburg County's Housing Market: Quarter 1-2020? - 04/17/20 04:20 AM
 
Mecklenburg County, NC Real Estate Report: 
1st Quarter 2020
 
 
Latest news on the Mecklenburg County real estate market and what it means for you...
 
First Quarter 2020 Mecklenburg County, North Carolina home sales kept the County a seller's market with just 1.4 months of inventory. Mecklenburg County includes the seven cities and towns of Charlotte, Pineville, Matthews, Mint Hill, Davidson, Huntersville, Cornelius.
 
During the first quarter of 2020, Mecklenburg County saw both inventory and months supply of homes decrease substantially compared with the first quarter of 2019. Both median and average sale prices increased during the first quarter of 2020 compared with the same time period in 2019. These price increases can be attributed to … (26 comments)

charlotte real estate: Home Sales Report For 475+ Charlotte Area Neighborhoods: March 2020 - 04/10/20 07:47 AM
 
  
12-Month Home Sales Report For 475+ Charlotte Area Neighborhoods: March 2020
 
If you're wondering how home sales fared in Charlotte metro area subdivisions in March 2020, here's a list of 475+ Charlotte metro neighborhoods where at least one home sold each month in the 12 months. The report includes neighborhoods in Charlotte, Waxhaw, Matthews, Mint Hill, Indian Trail, Stallings, Belmont, Mount Holly, Gastonia, Pineville, Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville, Monroe, Concord, Mooresville, and more.
 
Charlotte region ended March 2020 with just 1.7 months supply of inventory of homes (down 32% year-over-year). Buyer demand outpaced supply of homes for sale throughout 2019 and throughout the first quarter of 2020.  The lack of inventory pushed median home … (4 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte, NC Region Monthly Real Estate Report: March 2020 - 04/10/20 04:57 AM
 
Charlotte, North Carolina Region Real Estate Report:
March 2020
 
 
Charlotte region ended 2019 as a seller's market and has remained a seller's market in the first three months of 2020 with inventory remaining extremely tight, dropping 25.3% in March 2020 compared with March 2019.
 
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was not yet felt in March, but we are prepared to see some impact in April once the effect of shelter-in-place orders can be measured.
 
Lack of inventory resulted in higher home sale prices year-over-year. Average sale prices increased 8.7% to $315,243 and median sale prices increased 11.3% year-over-year to $271,500. Both average and … (14 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Housing Market Report: Two Weeks Ended March 21 - 03/30/20 09:36 AM
 
Charlotte Region Weekly Housing Market Activity Report:
Weeks Ended March 14 And March 21
 
Latest news on how COVID-19 is affecting the Charlotte region real estate market and what it means for you...
During the first two weeks of March, COVID-19 concerns did not appear to significantly impact the Charlotte region's housing market. During the third week ending March 21st, we saw more of an impact on new listings and pending sales year-over-year compared with the prior two weeks, which increased at a lower rate. As this is normally the beginning of our spring selling season in "normal times," we would expect new listings and pending … (18 comments)

charlotte real estate: Charlotte Region Housing Market Report: Two Weeks Ended March 14 - 03/23/20 10:28 AM
 
Charlotte Region Weekly Housing Market Activity Report:
Weeks Ending March 7 And March 14
 
Latest news on the Charlotte region real estate market and what it means for you...
During the first two weeks of March, COVID-19 concerns did not appear to impact the Charlotte region's housing market. Continued spread of the virus could well impact the housing market going forward... as to how much... it remains to be seen. Stay tuned for future updates.
 
Weekly Market Activity Report For The Week Ending March 7:
New Listings increased 9.6% year-over-year to 1,466 Pending Sales increased 17.7% year-over-year to 1,175 Inventory decreased 27.4% year-over-year to 7,105 Closings: 1,085 … (16 comments)

charlotte real estate: Home Sales Report For 475+ Charlotte Area Neighborhoods: February 2020 - 03/06/20 11:22 AM
 
  
12-Month Home Sales Report For 475+ Charlotte Area Neighborhoods
 
If you've wondered how home sales fared in Charlotte metro area subdivisions in February 2020, here's a list of 475+ Charlotte metro neighborhoods where at least one home sold each month in the 12 months. The report includes neighborhoods in Charlotte, Waxhaw, Matthews, Mint Hill, Indian Trail, Stallings, Belmont, Mount Holly, Gastonia, Pineville, Davidson, Cornelius, Huntersville, Monroe, Concord, Mooresville, and more.
 
Charlotte region ended February 2020 with just 1.5 months supply of inventory of homes (down 40% year-over-year). Buyer demand outpaced supply of homes for sale throughout 2019 and in January 2020 and again in February... and this shows no sign of … (18 comments)

charlotte real estate: With Interest Rates So Low... You Can't Afford NOT To Buy A Home - 03/05/20 10:40 AM
 
Interest Rates Fall To An All-Time Low...
The average U.S. rate for a 30-year fixed mortgage fell to 3.29% this week, the lowest ever recorded by Freddie Mac since 1971. The 15-year fixed rate also dropped, averaging 2.79%, down from 2.95% last week.
 
With mortgage rates this low, how can you NOT afford to buy a home and lock in your housing costs for years to come?
 
How Interest Rates Affect Your Monthly Housing Costs
The chart below shows how average mortgage rates by decade have impacted the approximate monthly payment of a $200,000 home over time. Using the same $200,000 home example, the second chart clearly illustrates … (32 comments)

charlotte real estate: You'll Be Surprised By How Great It Is To Own A Home In Charlotte! - 03/05/20 05:51 AM
 
How Great Is It To Own A Home? You Might Just Be Surprised How Great It Is!
 
We've all heard about the financial benefits of owning a home, which include building long term wealth and locking in your housing costs for years to come. But there are also numberous benefits of homeownership that go way beyond the financial, as home ownership provides social stability, helps build safe neighborhoods, and contributes to the overall well-being of the American economy. And did you know that being a homeowner can actually make you happier?
   
 
8 Top Reasons To Own Your Own Home
 
 
 
If you're a Charlotte metro area renter, … (20 comments)

charlotte real estate: Does Your Charlotte Area Home Have More Equity Than You Think? - 02/27/20 07:45 AM
 
Wondering How Much Your Charlotte Area Home Has Increased In Value & How Much Equity You Might Have?
 
During 2019, home values increased in the Charlotte region significantly.  The overall median sale price increased 7.1% to $255,000. Single family home prices increased 6.2% versus the prior year, while condo/townhome prices increased 9.4% compared with 2018. If you've been thinking about selling your Charlotte area home in 2020, you may be pleasantly surprised by how much your home has appreciated and how much equity your home has gained! Let's get together if you are curious and see just how much your home has gone up … (34 comments)

charlotte real estate: 10 Hot Neighborhoods In Steele Creek/SW Charlotte To Watch In 2020 - 02/22/20 11:56 AM
 
10 HOT SELLING NEIGHBORHOODS
IN STEELE CREEK & SOUTHWEST CHARLOTTE
TO WATCH IN 2020
 
Southwest Charlotte is hot, hot, hot. The Steele Creek area of southwest Charlotte has been one of Charlotte's hottest selling zip code (28273) for several years Wondering what the hot neighborhoods in the 28278 and 28273 zip codes of southwest Charlotte are? Here are 10 of the hottest selling neighborhoods in 2019 which bear watching in 2020 plus some great "runner-up" neighborhoods to pay attention to.
 
 
 
 
BEREWICK
 
137 homes sold in Berewick in 2019 at an average selling price of $305,709. Sellers received 98.67% of asking price. Berewick remains one of southwest … (24 comments)

 
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