Huntersville, NC Real Estate News

By Mike Carpino, Broker/Owner-Lake Norman Waterfront Specialist
(Lake And Town Realty)
Wynfield Forest, Huntersville NC Homes for sale. This was my second neighborhood that I lived in when I moved to Charlotte. I could not ask for a better place. However, after having TRIPLET boys we had no choice but to move to a larger home. At the time there were no homes that met our criteria so we ended up moving to Stephens Grove only a couple miles down the street. The Wynfield Homes of Huntersville, NC is a beautiful and established community that offers a lovely setting for a home-buyer looking for a traditional neighborhood. The main roadway entrance curls its way through the many different neighborhoods that make up Wynfield with lined roads of trees and sidewalks. What makes this such a unique community is that no home faces the main road. All homes are nestled on the many sid...
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By Brock Zevan,The Offices at LLC. eXp Realty, Visionary, Real Estate Broker and Coach, Dad
(The Offices at LLC)
In the last Couple of weeks The Lake and Town Realty Office has been asked great amount of questions on.....you guessed it..... Foreclosures – is it a good idea? To answer this question fully we must educate our customers and clients before we can even answer because as we know, every situation is different!   For the average buyer out there it is difficult to take advantage of this.  They only give you 30 days to close.  You must be ready to close fast! In most cases, you cannot view the interior.  This also leads to a high degree of risk.  So, what may be perceived as a “deal”, just might not be such a “deal” after all.  You always hear of the person who made a bundle of money doing this.  We seldom, however, hear of the losses one might incur with these! This doesn’t mean you shouldn...
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By Brock Zevan,The Offices at LLC. eXp Realty, Visionary, Real Estate Broker and Coach, Dad
(The Offices at LLC)
Lake and Town Realty Presents Homes For Sale in Lake Norman and Huntersville, NC Charlotte area. The number of home closings in the Charlotte market rose 13.6 percent in October from September. However, the average sales price dropped 9.5 percent. The market saw 2,210 closings last month, up from 1,945 in September, according to the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association. The average sales price dropped to $196,204 from $196,760 in September. Closings are up and prices are down from a year ago. Last month’s closings rose 19.6 percent from the 1,848 total in October 2008. But the average sales price fell 9.5 percent from $216,777 a year earlier. The average listing price of houses sold last month was $218,050, down less than 1 percent from the previous month. The average listing price wa...
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By Jane Cross
(Homes By Cross serving Charlotte NC Real Estate Needs)
There's a section in Charlotte, often referenced as North Meck. (Mecklenburg is the county that Charlotte resides in.)  "North Meck" is simply an area which consists of three towns; Huntersville, Cornelius and Davidson...they are roughly 20-30 minutes from center city Charlotte. Huntersville: Huntersville, is the largest and best known of the three, also the closest one to Charlotte. Cornelius and Davidson are both within about three miles of Huntersville. Combined these three towns offer an ample supply of fun things to do; concerts, festivals, dining and shopping, to include restaurants like Midtown Sundries and the Rusty Rudder that give you access to food and entertainment via boat or car. Parks in the area include Blythe's Landing, Jetton Park and Ramsey Creek Park. Huntersville al...
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By Jonathan Osman, Charlotte House Hunter Group
(Jonathan and Associates, Inc)
Charlotte North Carolina Market Update for:   Single Family Homes in Mecklenburg County North Carolina Area 1 including:   Charlotte, Cornelius, Davidson, and Huntersville Neighborhoods East of I-77, North of N. Tryon Street, West of Cabarrus County, and South of Iredell County including the neighborhoods of Highland Creek, Vermillion, Heritage Green, River Run, Skybrook, Northstone, Cambridge Grove, and others. Map of all the neighborhoods covered in Area 1   Data gathered for September 1 - September 30, 2009 New Listings In September, 347 new single family detached homes were added to the inventory of available listings in north Charlotte. While September's new inventory were up 7.76% when compared to 2008 year over year, this September's new inventory was the second lowest since prio...
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By Mike Carpino, Broker/Owner-Lake Norman Waterfront Specialist
(Lake And Town Realty)
The Corkscrew Wine Bar located in the Birkdale Village, Huntersville, NC is a great meeting place for a casual night out. Birkdale Villageis a 323,549 square foot lifestyle center located in Huntersville, North Carolina. The shopping center is located 15 miles north of downtown Charlotte on the Sam Furr Road exit off of I-77 and is centrally positioned in the most affluent corridor of North Charlotte in proximity to Lake Norman. In addition to retail mix, Birkdale Village also consists of 320 luxury apartments, as well as 55,000 square feet of office space. When my wife and I, are looking for a casual night out we always turn to The Corkscrew in Birkdale Village. The atmosphere is comfortable and the wine selection is great. We love to sit outside and people watch, but the seating area ...
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By Eric Ekovich
(Builders Direct Online .com)
If you plan on buying a new home in Olmsted or anywhere else in Huntersville NC, WHY NOT get an additional 1% Cash Rebate on your Purchase? ... I'll show you how! View Huntersville Homes for Sale Print Your Cash Back Coupon and SAVE $$$ The Community of Olmsted is located in Mecklenburg County, Huntersville NC. Olmsted Home Builders:John Wieland Homes * Schools:Blythe, Alexander, North Mecklenburg ** Community Features:LakeClub HousePlaygroundPool The Real Estate Brokers printed on your REBATE Coupon will give their clients an additional 1% Cash Back. Coupons are valid in all of North and South Carolina in addition to Charlotte Homes for Sale. While you are out searching for your new home and spending time in the Olmsted Huntersville, NC area, you may want to visit some local area attra...
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By Mike Carpino, Broker/Owner-Lake Norman Waterfront Specialist
(Lake And Town Realty)
Chico's Mexican Grill located in Huntersville North Carolina is a great place to take your family for authentic Mexican food. I have to admit that I was not the biggest fan of Mexican food but my wife Suzanne and triplet boys love it. So she introduced me to this quaint restaurant off the beaten path in Huntersville NC that I have come to really like. The atmosphere is nice with a couple of flat screen TVs just in case I need to watch the end of the football game. Service is outstanding and very accommodating, especially when I bring the boys. If you are tired of going to Chain restaurants please do not overlook this place. You will not be disappointed! Click here to visit their website and menu. PS By the way kids eat free on Saturday! Mike CarpinoMike@LakeAndTown.com704 301-9264
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By Nick Stallard, Realtor - Lake Norman, Charlotte, NC
(Broker/Owner Lake & Town Realty Carolina Commmercial Advisrs)
Huntersville, North Carolina -  Information Site, Homes for Sale, Information &  Links Huntersville, North Carolina Information Page full of links, information and all things Huntersville, North Carolina.   Huntersville North Carolina, the town directly north of Charlotte NC in       Mecklenburg County is one of the premier southern fast growth towns. Huntersville has  a population of approximately 35,000 and growing. It has some strong attributes besides its proximity to Charlotte. Among them low taxes, temperate climate, low housing costs (relatively), Lake Norman, good schools, great shopping and a favorable business climate for corporate relocation.   We have created a blog with a page of links for info and steadily updated news and happenings from the area wihich inclusdes the ent...
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By Eric Ekovich
(Builders Direct Online .com)
If you plan on buying a new home in Tanners Creek or anywhere else in Huntersville NC, WHY NOT get an additional 1% Cash Rebate on your Purchase? ... I'll show you how! Search For Tanners Creek, Huntersville NC Homes for Sale Print Your Cash Back Coupon and SAVE $$$ Tanners Creek is located in the city of Huntersville, Mecklenburg County, NC Tanners Creek Home Builders:Adams Homes * Bluto Builders * Z L Metz Homes * Schools:Barnette, Bradley, Hopewell ** Community Features:PlaygroundPool The Real Estate Brokers printed on your REBATE Coupon will give their clients an additional 1% Cash Back. Coupons are valid in all of North and South Carolina in addition to Charlotte NC Homes for Sale. While you are out searching for your new home and spending time in the Tanners Creek Huntersville, NC...
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By Eric Ekovich
(Builders Direct Online .com)
If you plan on buying a new home in Skybrook or anywhere else in Huntersville NC, WHY NOT get an additional 1% Cash Rebate on your Purchase? ... I'll show you how! Search For Skybrook, Huntersville NC Homes for Sale Print Your Cash Back Coupon and SAVE $$$ Skybrook is located in the city of Huntersville, Mecklenburg County, NC Skybrook Home Builders:HASTINGS * John Wieland Homes * Niblock Homes * Ryan Homes * Ryland Homes * Ryland Homes * Saussy Burbank * Standard Pacific * Schools:Blythe, Alexander, North Mecklenburg ** Community Features:Recreation AreaGolf CoursePlaygroundPool The Real Estate Brokers printed on your REBATE Coupon will give their clients an additional 1% Cash Back. Coupons are valid in all of North and South Carolina in addition to Charlotte NC Homes for Sale. While y...
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By Mike Carpino, Broker/Owner-Lake Norman Waterfront Specialist
(Lake And Town Realty)
Gilead Ridge subdivision homes sales are a hot spot in a relatively soft market in Huntersville NC. If you want to see what new homes are selling in this slow market, check out the Dorchester and the Summit series. The Dorchester is a popular model in Ryan Homes' Gilead Ridge neighborhood in Huntersville. The Summit series accounts for more than a third of sales in Pulte's Sun City Carolina Lakes in Lancaster County south of Ballantyne. They're strikingly different. The first offers lots of square footage for young families stretching tight budgets. The second appeals to active retirees drawn by the lifestyle as well as the home's layout. But they might be the most popular new-home models in the Charlotte market. They're top models in the most active neighborhoods by the builders that r...
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By Eric Ekovich
(Builders Direct Online .com)
If you plan on buying a new home in Vermillion or anywhere else in Huntersville NC, WHY NOT get an additional 1% Cash Rebate on your Purchase? ... I'll show you how! Search For Vermillion, Huntersville NC Homes for Sale Print Your Cash Back Coupon and SAVE $$$ Vermillion is located in the city of Huntersville, Mecklenburg County, NC Vermillion Home Builders:David Weekley * David Weekley Homes * Ryan Homes * Z L Metz Homes * Schools:Blythe, Alexander, North Mecklenburg ** Community Features:PlaygroundPool The Real Estate Brokers printed on your REBATE Coupon will give their clients an additional 1% Cash Back. Coupons are valid in all of North and South Carolina in addition to Charlotte NC Homes for Sale. While you are out searching for your new home and spending time in the Vermillion Hu...
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By Nick Stallard, Realtor - Lake Norman, Charlotte, NC
(Broker/Owner Lake & Town Realty Carolina Commmercial Advisrs)
The towns of Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and Mooresville, NC are hoping for a economic boost with a North Corridor Rail Line. For years now these towns have been lobbying for a rail line that would bring business and revitalize neighborhoods near the rail lines. However a recent article in the The Charlotte Weekly has politicians of these towns scrambling to find ways to keep their vision alive. Here is a excerpt from the article: The Blue Line has been a financial boon for south Charlotte since it opened, but with tax revenue drying up, the next major piece of Charlotte's mass transit system may be more than a decade away. That's unless leaders from Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and Mooresville have their way.Funding for the North Corridor commuter train, a track system that...
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By Mike Carpino, Broker/Owner-Lake Norman Waterfront Specialist
(Lake And Town Realty)
The towns of Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and Mooresville, NC are hoping for a economic boost with a North Corridor Rail Line. For years now these towns have been lobbying for a rail line that would bring business and revitalize neighborhoods near the rail lines. However a recent article in the The Charlotte Weekly has politicians of these towns scrambling to find ways to keep their vision alive. Here is a excerpt from the article: The Blue Line has been a financial boon for south Charlotte since it opened, but with tax revenue drying up, the next major piece of Charlotte's mass transit system may be more than a decade away. That's unless leaders from Huntersville, Cornelius, Davidson and Mooresville have their way.Funding for the North Corridor commuter train, a track system that ...
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By Sara D'Amico
(Southern Homes of the Carolinas)
In September of 2009 there were 8 condo/townhome sales in Huntersville, North Carolina.  These homes sold for an average of $201,050, which was approximately 97% of their listed prices.  These homes were on the market an average of 78 days, ranging from 17 to 189 days.  Most homes had 3 bedrooms and approximately 2,247 square feet.  To list your townhome or condo in Huntersville, North Carolina or for more information on homes for sale in Huntersville, please contact me. SARA D'AMICO BROKER/REALTOR/ABR SOUTHERN HOMES OF THE CAROLINAS 704-287-6488 SARAD@BUYANDSELLWITHSARA.COM WWW.BUYANDSELLWITHSARA.COM
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By Eric Ekovich
(Builders Direct Online .com)
There are loads of Huntersville Homes For Sale on the market today.  Just about everybody goes through the home buying process at on point in their lives.  The reason why you are buying a home will effect your decisions.  Properties are often purchased as a pure investment.  Some buy to turn the property into a rental property in order to earn income. But for most folks, they want a nice place to live and raise their family. The Charlotte market covers many counties in North and South Carolina. Many people want to live close to where they work.  How far you live from work and how long it takes you to get there are factors to evaluate when picking a location to live.  Mileage to work is an important factor if transportation cost is important.  Because of the good infrastructure, the Cha...
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By Sara D'Amico
(Southern Homes of the Carolinas)
In September of 2009 there were 56 single family home sales in Huntersville, North Carolina.  These homes sold for an average of $246,299, which was approximately 96% of their listed prices.  These homes were on the market an average of 91 days, ranging from 5 to 313 days.  Most homes had 4 bedrooms and approximately 2,500 square feet.  To list your home in Huntersville, North Carolina or for more information on homes for sale in Huntersville, please contact me. SARA D'AMICO BROKER/REALTOR/ABR SOUTHERN HOMES OF THE CAROLINAS 704-287-6488 SARAD@BUYANDSELLWITHSARA.COM WWW.BUYANDSELLWITHSARA.COM
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By Mark & Lisa Ramsey
(Keller Williams Realty)
What's that new building going up on Eastfield Road? After a little detective work we found that it's a new fire station for the Town of Huntersville. This particular station will serve the eastern Huntersville area. While this will start as a volunteer station it will be converted over to a municipal paid station in time. The projected completion date is unknown but the rate of construction is moving along at a fast pace. For more information click here to visit the Huntersville City website information regarding the new fire station.
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By Claude Cross, Charlotte NC Homes For Sale
(Homes By Cross, Inc. )
Huntersville real estate was (and still is) sought out due to its great schools and its ideal location. Back in 1990, Huntersville was just a sleepy little town of 3,000. Now (in 2009), it has a population of over 43,000. What's the draw? A few things: Huntersville is just 15 miles north of Charlotte and just 18 miles northeast of the Charlotte-Douglas Airport. It's nestled in between Lake Norman and the city of Charlotte.  In real estate location is king, but, other elements must exist for such continued growth. And Huntersville has the other elements. It offers all the amenities of city life, from business parks to bistros, and housing to health care-all beautifully packaged amongst tree lined, side walked communities. If you are shopping for a home in Charlotte, you may want to check...
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