Charlotte, NC Real Estate Market Statistics for November, 2009!

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The real estate market in Charlotte, NC, continues it's slow but steady emergence from the housing market decline.  Remember, the impact of the national real estate market decline didn't really hit Charlotte, NC until the fall of 2008, so we were behind on the decline, and we are a little behind on the rise.


What does this mean for you?  There has never been a better time to buy a home in Charlotte, NC, than RIGHT NOW.  With interest rates below 5% for qualified buyers, tax incentives for first-time home buyers and now certain re-sale buyers, and a vast inventory of well-priced homes, if you are thinking about buying a home in 2010, NOW is the time.  Don't wait for interest rates to rise, as many economists predict when the overall economy starts to improve.  Don't wait for home prices to hit rock bottom - they MAY already be there!  Don't wait for the tax credit incentives to expire - you MUST be UNDER CONTRACT by April 30, 2010, and you MUST CLOSE by June 30, 2010.

If you are planning a move to Charlotte, NC, I would love to help you get acquainted with "The Queen City," and show you all it has to offer - a thriving downtown and business community, spectacular offerings in theater and the arts, world-class restaurants, great schools, temperate climate, and easy drives to either the NC coast or the NC mountains!

If you are planning to sell your home, I can help you price, stage, and market your home so that it will SELL, and you can then take advantage of your new purchasing power to move into a larger home or a new neighborhood.  Call me for a chat about your needs - I am a no-pressure Realtor who gets top results!Charlotte Skyline

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Christine Hynes
American Capital Corporation - Laguna Beach, CA
Orange County Senior Loan Consultant

Melissa - i get an investor here and there that likes to invest in your area so this info will help me stay on top of your market.

Dec 16, 2009 02:01 AM #1
Jim O'Donnell
Raleigh Cary Realty - Fuquay Varina, NC

Good stats.  I am in the Raleigh market and have seen simluar stats.  We didn't take a big hit, so we didn't have far to come back up.  E-mail me at if you would like to see Raleigh Stats.

Dec 16, 2009 02:03 AM #2
Melissa Brown
Helen Adams Realty - Charlotte, NC
Realtor - South Charlotte NC Homes for Sale

Christine, thanks for the quick comment.  I'm happy to help you in any way I can!

Jim, I would love to see the Raleigh stats - I have a buyer who is thinking about both Charlotte and Raleigh, and I just told her yesterday that I would see what I could find out for her for Raleigh, as well as good realtors there.  Thanks!

Dec 16, 2009 02:08 AM #3
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