cornelius: Townhomes and Condos on the water in Cornelius, NC - 02/17/10 03:46 AM
As of February 17, 2010, there are 43 waterview or waterfront townhomes and condos on the market in Cornelius, North Carolina.  Most of these homes have 2 or 3 bedrooms and an average of 1,000-1,300 square feet.  They range in price from $100,000 up to $499,000, with an average list price of $242,590.  If you are interested in finding a home on the water in the Lake Norman area, please feel free to contact me.  I can send you a link to homes for sale with photos and virtual tours.  I look forward to earning your business!
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cornelius: NEW LISTINGS in Cornelius! - 02/03/10 04:45 AM
There have been 93 single family homes listed in Cornelius, North Carolina since January 1, 2010.  These homes have an average of 2,700-3,200 square feet, 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, and a list price of $618,215.  If you would like more information on newly listed homes in Cornelius, North Carolina, please feel free to contact me. 


cornelius: Cornelius Homes for Sale! - 11/19/09 01:01 AM
If you're looking for a home in Cornelius, North Carolina, click FIND CORNELIUS HOMES.  If you see a property that interests you, please feel free to contact me for more information or to arrange a showing.  I look forward to earning your business!


cornelius: Rental Properties in Cornelius, North Carolina - 05/08/09 03:59 AM
As of May 8th, 2009 there are 139 properties in Cornelius, NC listed in the Carolina Multiple Listing Service, FOR RENT.  These properties range in price from $300-$10,000 per month.  On average, they have 2 bedrooms, between 1,800-2,200 square feet, and vary from commercial properties, condos, townhomes, duplexes, and houses.
They can be found within the following subdivisions and complexes:
Oakhurst Mill Creek Caldwell Station Glenridge Wellsley Village Heritage Green The Preserve Victoria Bay Antiquity Birkdale Village Lakeridge Vineyard Point Wood Duck Cove Cypress Point Windward Admirals Quarters Alexander Chase Kings Pointe Harborside Edinburgh Jetton Cove Bahia Bay Harrogate at the Lake Westmoreland … (0 comments)

cornelius: Cornelius, North Carolina Homes Under $200,000! - 04/07/09 05:51 AM
As of April 7, 2009, there are currently 63 homes in Cornelius, NC FOR SALE in the Carolina Multiple Listing Service that are under $200,000.  These homes range in price from $49,900 up to $200,000, with an average list price of $173,526.  On average, these homes have been on the market for 102 days, have 3 bedrooms, and 1400-1700 square feet.
They are found in the following neighborhoods:
Noble Oaks Mill Creek Heritage Green Caldwell Station Wellsley Village Oakhurst Alexander Chase Glenridge Victoria Bay Madison Village For more information about homes that are available in Cornelius or the surrounding areas, please feel free to … (0 comments)

cornelius: Huntersville, NC Rental with FIRST MONTH'S FREE RENT!! - 01/20/08 09:00 AM
I am a Huntersville real estate broker and resident.  I am currently in the process of finding a tenant to rent my personal property.  My husband and I are purchasing a new home in Huntersville and would like to secure a renter ASAP. 
The monthly rental payment will be $1,350 and the FIRST MONTH'S RENT IS FREE!
We are leaving all of our stainless steel appliances and the washer and dryer.
Our home has tons of upgrades and we have taken care of it extremely well.  We are the first and only owners of this lovely home!
Check out the Craigslist Advertisment for our house at:
Contact … (2 comments)

cornelius: The Current Market of Gilead Village in Huntersville - 01/09/08 09:45 AM
As a Huntersville Realtor, I find it to be extremely important to know how well individual Huntersville neighborhoods are selling.  This is valuable information that I pass along to my buyers and sellers.
Gilead Village is a Huntersville neighborhood that has been building beautiful Saussy Burbank homes since 2001.  There are over 150 homes in Gilead Village.  The neighborhood offers a pool, clubhouse, and recreation area.
Currently there are 5 Gilead Village homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service.  These homes average 1,590 square feet and a list price of $179,878.  The homes that are on the market range between $168,590 and 194,900.
Within … (0 comments)

cornelius: Why Use A Real Estate Agent Anyway?? - 01/09/08 08:46 AM
I believe that often people aren't aware of everything that is involved in completing a real estate transaction successfully.  Many consumers have no idea what it takes to get from start to finish in a real estate transaction.  Whose fault is it that people are unaware/uneducated in this particular area??  In my opinion, real estate agents are the ones to blame.  As a Broker/Realtor, I believe that it is my job to educate people as to exactly what I do throughout a transaction, and why it is imperative that a trained professional be hired to complete these duties. 
A real estate transaction deals with … (2 comments)

cornelius: The Current Market of Macaulay in Huntersville - 01/08/08 06:18 AM
Macaulay is a Huntersville neighborhood of more than 630 beautiful homes.  Construction began in 2000.  Macaualy's builders are Ryland, St. Lawrence, Shea, and D.R. Horton. 
Currently there are 25 Macaulay homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service.  These homes average 3,269 square feet and a list price of $369,531.  Homes that are on the market in Macaulay range in price from $249,000-$499,900.
Within the past 6 months, 16 homes have sold in Macaulay, with an average of 2,831 square feet and a sale price of $317,645, which is 97% of what the sellers had the homes listed for in the MLS!  These homes sold in … (0 comments)

cornelius: Here's to a Happy New Year for Your Home! - 01/07/08 12:18 AM
Allen Norwood did a great piece in the Charlotte Observer on how to keep your home in shape by doing a little bit of maintenance each month.  This way, the work load is manageable and doesn't take the entire Summer to complete.  He gives great reminders about all of the little things that we might forget or try not to remember.  I love it that he starts the year with making a list of projects that will need completed throughout the year.  You need a plan for success!
As a Realtor, I see firsthand how important it is to keep your home … (0 comments)

cornelius: What's open on New Years Day? - 12/31/07 04:18 AM
Hello and Happy New Year!
Here is a great list that I just found on It is a good summary of what is open and closed on New Years Day. This list could be a great e-mail blast to your sphere of influence.
• Mecklenburg ABC stores: Closed
• S.C. ABC stores: Open
• Banks: Closed
• CPCC: Reopens Jan. 10
• Charlotte buses and light rail: Sunday-schedule
• Charlotte city offices: Closed
• Mecklenburg County offices: Closed
• FedEx: Closed
• Federal offices: Closed
• Charlotte garbage: Regular pickup
• Charlotte libraries: Close 4 p.m. Monday, closed Tuesday
• Post offices: Closed
• Charlotte schools: Closed. Reopen Wednesday.
• State offices: Closed
• Stock market: Closed
• UNCC: Reopens Jan. 9
• United Parcel Service: Closed Monday, Tuesday
Hope this helps!
Sara D'Amico

cornelius: Property values near lake could hike 53%!!! - 12/26/07 01:35 PM
 Here is a great article for any of you that have friends, family, and clients in Lincoln County, NC. Property values in Eastern Lincoln county could go up as much as 53% when the country's reevaluations begin in January.
Here is a link to the article from the Charlotte Observer:
Hope this helps!
Sara D'Amico

cornelius: Charlotte's Real Estate Market tops the Nation!!! - 12/26/07 01:29 PM
 Here is some great info to share with your clients.  Charlotte, NC is just one of three areas in the United States where home values are up. Charlotte, Portland, Oregon, and Seattle posted year over year price increases in October. Charlotte lead the US with the largest gain at 4.3% according to the Standard & Poor's/Case-Shiller home price index released Wednesday.
Here is a link to the article from the Charlotte Observer:
 Hope this helps!
Sara D'Amico

cornelius: to the rescue! - 12/23/07 01:41 PM
 For a while now I have been wrestling with what to do about my website. I always hear about the importance of SEO and Google Rankings. The template site that my company provides is great. It is user friendly. It looks professional. But most of all, it is free. The only bad this about this site is that it cannot be verified with Google and is not formatted in a way to encourage high search rankings. I had been contemplating whether or not to just bite the bullet and hire someone to design my site for me. However, I just discovered … (8 comments)

cornelius: The Current Market of Plum Creek in Huntersville - 12/19/07 11:58 AM
Unless you are really paying attention, you might not even notice Plum Creek in Huntersville.  This small, quiet gem of a neighborhood hides from the hustle and bustle of busy Huntersville life by being conveniently located off of Old Statesville Road.  There are 172 homes in Plum Creek, all built between 1995 and 2000.
Right now, there are 7 homes listed in the Multiple Listing Service.  These homes range in price from $179,900 to $234,900, with an average list price of $205,785.
Within the past six months 15 homes have sold.  These homes averaged 1,971 square feet and a low 40 days on the … (2 comments)

cornelius: Lake Norman Market Update - 12/18/07 09:57 AM
If you are thinking about moving to the Lake Norman area, or know someone that might be, you definitely want to know this current market information about Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson, and Mooresville.
There are currently 516 properties listed in the Multiple Listing Service.
Average Statistics for homes on the market:
Square Footage: 2,712List Price: $358,425Days on Market: 104For more information about Huntersville contact me at or visit
There are currently 326 properties listed in the Multiple Listing Service.
Average Statistics for homes on the market:
Square Footage: 2,938List Price:  $639,890Days on Market:  113For more information about Cornelius contact me at or visit
There are currently 163 … (1 comments)

cornelius: The Book of Lists has finally arrived!!!! - 12/17/07 12:28 PM
 For all of you that subscribe to the Charlotte Business Journal, you probably received your much anticipated copy of The Book of Lists in the mail today. For those of you who do not subscribe to The Business Journal, The Book of Lists is, well just as it sounds. It is a book of lists. The Business Journal has compiled data and ranked the top 25 companies in a wide range of fields. For example, if you want to know what is the largest residential neighborhood in the Charlotte area, you can simply turn to page 62 of The Book of … (3 comments)

cornelius: Kudos for a Random Act of Kindness by "Santa" - 12/15/07 12:23 PM
Today, I read a story in the Charlotte Observer about a man dressed as Santa that passes out money to people that are less fortunate.  "Santa" chooses to keep his identity secret as he and his elves travel from city to city brightening the holiday season for people that appear to be in need of a little pick-me-up.  By day, this particular "Santa" is a management consultant from Kansas City.  On Friday, he and his posse of helpers gave away $40,000 in Charlotte!
Of course, not everyone can go around town passing out one hundred dollar bills, but there are smaller things that … (4 comments)

cornelius: NC Rule Change: Good or Bad? - 12/13/07 10:42 AM
What do you think about the NC Real Estate Commission's decision to make written notice of agent bonuses to buyers?  Personally, I think it's a great idea because it's basically putting in writing what we already spend the time to disclose to our buyers and sellers orally and if one doesn't take the time to do this, then that is precisely why this rule is needed in the first place. 
This way, it seems more "solid," more "legal," if you will.  There is no way for buyers to say that they weren't aware of the bonus if you've got it in writing.  I've always felt like my clients might question why the … (2 comments)

cornelius: Giving to Those Who Have Given So Much - 12/09/07 01:16 PM
I read an article in today's issue of the Charlotte Observer that I felt compelled to share with everyone that didn't have the opportunity to read it themselves.  It was about  the N.C. Heroes' Fund and how the goal of this organization is to raise $500K for former or current members of the military who are experiencing hardship due to their generous service.  These are hardships of many kinds, but nonetheless hardships.  During this time of the year people are always trying to think of ways to help out those that are less fortunate and I cannot think of many better ways … (1 comments)


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