Waxhaw, NC Real Estate News

By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Sold/Closed: 7909 Prescot Glen Parkway in Waxhaw, NC  7909 Prescot Glen Parkway in the Prescot community in Waxhaw, NC,  listed for sale by Nina Hollander, Charlotte Realtor for $335,000, is now a closed sale at full asking price.  At $335,000 this was one of three highest selling prices in the Prescot community in the past six months. 7909 Prescot Glen Parkway is a meticuloust\ly maintained, one-owner home with great schools! Built in 2011, the 4 bedroom/3 bathroom home is move-in ready and shows like a model home. 7909 Prescot Glen features a wide, open floor plan with just under 3,400 square feet, ideal for casual living, as well as larger gatherings and more formal entertaining.    View the Tour    7909 Prescot Glen has everything a home buyer could ask for in terms of living space...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Sold/Closed In Champion Forest In Waxhaw, NC  1132 Waynewood Drive in Waxhaw, North Carolina's Champion Forest neighborhood is a closed sale courtesy of Nina Hollander. The home's selling price was $451,900. We were delighted to help our client, who had purchased this home with us in 2010, and was now tranferring with his job out-of-state. Built by Turnberry Homes and situated on a lushly landscaped half an acre, 1132 Waynwood Drive is a sprawling, full brick ranch with four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms, all situated on the main floor of the home. The home, with just under 3,500 square feet, features an open floor plan with foyer, great room, dining, room and den, and a large kitchen. A second floor has a large bonus room. Additional features include great outdoor living/entertaining spa...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Waxhaw | Weddington | Marvin Housing Market Update/Video: June 2018 June 2018 home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina  metro area (the 28173 zip code--encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington)--continued the trends we've seen all year with closed and pending sales up, days on market down, home prices increasing. New construction sales remain a driving force in the Waxhaw area market, while resale inventory struggles to hold on.    The average sale price of Waxhaw area homes was up 1.2% to just over $443,000 in June 2018 versus the same period one year ago. Average days on market for property listings dropped to 63  days, a 6.0% improvement over the same period last year. Median days on market were 25 (down 7.4%). Average price per square foot...
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By Debe Maxwell, CRS, The right Charlotte REALTOR!
(www.iCharlotteHomes.com | The Maxwell House Group | RE/MAX Executive | (704) 491-3310)
Another Happy Ending in Waxhaw!A family, referred to me in January, had very specific but, increasingly common home-buying needs. They needed to find a large home for their larger (and still growing) family as well as one that included plenty of space for an ADU for aging parents. An ADU is also referred to as a Granny Flat or a Tiny House and it needed to be on the same property so that the parents could have their independence, yet allow for their family to care for them. It's a convenience that more and more Charlotte homebuyers are searching for. First, lifestyle (including schools) was important to this family and we narrowed down their search to the Waxhaw & Weddington areas. We didn't have to tour many homes because the lot plat was most important to them and a quick drive-by eli...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Waxhaw | Weddington | Marvin Housing Market Update/Video: May 2018 May 2018 home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina  metro area (the 28173 zip code--encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington)--continued the trends of the year to-date with closed and pending sales up, days on market down, home prices increasing. New construction sales remain a driving force in the Waxhaw area market, while resale inventory struggles.   The average sale price of Waxhaw area homes was up 0.7% to just under $442,000 in May 2018 versus the same period one year ago. Average days on market for property listings dropped by 2 days to 64 days, a 3.0% improvement over the same period last year. Median days on market were 27. Average price per square foot was $133/square ...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
  Jammin' By The Tracks First Friday 2018 Summer Concerts In Waxhaw, North Carolina Is there a better way to start off your weekend and each new month than at the popular Waxhaw, North Carolina First Friday 2018 Summer Concert Series, Jammin' By The Tracks?  As the Town of Waxhaw puts it:  "Grab a lawn chair and join us under the water tower in downtown Waxhaw. Concerts take place the first Friday of each month until Sepetember, except in July when the concert will take place on July 4th.This Friday, June 1st the featured performers will be the 20 Ride Zac Brown Tribute Band.                                     Directions to Waxhaw's Jammin' By The Tracks Concerts    Thinking About Moving To The Waxhaw Area?  Find Out More About Waxhaw Here...  Just 15 miles from Uptown Charlotte, you'l...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Waxhaw, North Carolina's Waxhaw Kaleidoscope Art Fest, always held the third weekend in May, returns this weekend May 19-20th, featuring the work of dozens of artists. Get ready to see some 10,000 of your Charlotte metro area neighbors in historic, downtown Waxhaw this weekend! Waxhaw Kaleidoscope Fest's vision is to be the Charlotte region’s premier "work of art," showcasing  many art forms ~ culinary arts, musical arts, performing arts, murals, public art forms. In other words, all things art "where the arts kaleid." Waxhaw Art Kaleidoscope has something for everyone--yard sale, beer garden, carnival games, a kid's zone for games and rides, balloon artists, magicians, clowns, face painters. Plus great food and drink and lots of music. It's a great weekend to go out and enjoy the firs...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 March 2018 home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina  metro area (the 28173 zip code--encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington)--continued the trends of the new year to-date on a strong note with closed and pending sales up, and average days on market down. New construction sales remain a driving force in the Waxhaw area market.   The average sale price of Waxhaw area homes was just over $438,000. Average days on market for property listings dropped by 3 days to 63 days, a 4.5% improvement over the same period last year. Median days on market were 28. Average price per square foot increased by 0.8% to $122/square foot during March 2018 versus March 2017. Closed sales in Waxhaw/Weddington/Marvin areas increased 3.7% in March 2018 as compared wit...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Spring has arrived in the Charlotte area and with spring's arrival come the official openings of many of the area's Farmers Markets. Although it is open every other Saturday during the winter months, Waxhaw's Farmers' Market has its official spring opening this Saturday, April 7th, and will now be open every Saturday from 9:00 am till 1:00 pm. The Waxhaw Farmers' Market features farm fresh seasonal produce, all-natural meat, fresh local eggs, atisinal foods, plants and flowers and specialty items, including natural health and beauty products.   Waxhaw Farmers' Market is located at 208 N Church Street in historic, downtown Waxhaw.   Check out the Waxhaw Farmers' Market Facebook page to stay on top of events and announcements.  This information about the Waxhaw Farmers' Market is provide...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 1201 Toteros Drive In Waxhaw's Lawson Community Sold 1201 Toteros Drive in the Lawson community in Waxhaw, NC listed for sale  by Nina Hollander is now a closed sale at $540,000, a RECORD PRICE FOR A RESALE home in Lawson. No resale homes in Lawson have sold at over $500,000 in at least 5 years, EXCEPT 1201 Toteros Drive and 1925 Chickance Lane (another Lawson home just listed and sold by Nina Hollander). If you're wonderding how these two sales impact the value of your Lawson home, contact Nina Hollander today for a free home value analysis. 1201 Toteros Drive has exceptional curb appeal, personifying classic Southern charm at its best, easy lifestyle at its finest, and access to everything Charlotte has to offer and the charm of historic Waxhaw.  Built in 2006, 1201 Toteros Drive, a ...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 1925 Chickance Lane in the Lawson community in Waxhaw, NC listed for sale by Nina Hollander is now SOLD at $512,500.  1925 Chickance Lane had been previously listed with another brokerage for 120 days with minimal showings and no offers. We re-staged, re-marketed, re-priced (to a higher asking price) and had offers in the first 24 hours on market and a ratified contract in 3 days! 1925 Chickance Lane enjoyed exceptional curb appeal, personifying classic Southern charm at its best, easy lifestyle at its finest, and access both to everything Charlotte has to offer and the charm of historic Waxhaw. The $120,000+ in custom upgrades and recent updates in this beautiful, one-owner home certainly went a long way to impressing the new homeowners. Built in 2006, 1925 Chickance Lane was a move-i...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Waxhaw's semi-annual clean-up day when the town picks up bulk items for FREE is this Tuesday, March 27th. What a perfect way to get a head start on your spring cleaning if you live within the town limits of Waxhaw. Pick-up routes vary, so all items you wish to dispose of must be curbside no later than 7:00 am on Tuesday.  Items will be picked by various trucks throughout the day depending on what type of items you may have. Please allow the entire day for all your items to be removed.  ITEMS THAT WILL BE PICKED UP White Goods (Appliances) Furniture Televisions Electronics General Household Items ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE PICKED UP Yard Waste Motors, Batteries, Car Parts Oil Paint Hazardous Chemicals Tires Building Materials The Town of Waxhaw asks that you DO NOT place your roll-out conta...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Join the Easter Bunny in downtown Waxhaw, North Carolina for its annual Eggstravaganza Easter egg hunts and lots of other fun on Saturday, March 24th from 2:00 pm till 5:00 pm. Easter Egg Hunt Schedule 2:00 PM: 0-2 year old egg hunt under the Waxhaw Water Tower2:30 PM: 3-4 and 5-6 year old egg hunt in the Waxhaw United Methodist Church park on McDonald Street in downtown Waxhaw.3:00 PM: 7-9 year old egg hunt in the David G. Barnes Children's Park off Highway 75 in downtown Waxhaw  And don't forget about Tea Time with the Easter Bunny! The cost for the Team Time is $5 per person.Two seatings at 3:00 pm and at 4:00 pm at Waxhaw United Methodist Church fellowship hall. Reservations required. Call 704-843-2195 ext. 221 to reserve. Plus More Fun: gem mining, face painting, trackless train r...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 February 2018 home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina  metro area (the 28173 zip code--encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington)--continued the new year on a strong note with closed and pending sales up, and days on market down. New construction sales remain a driving force in the Waxhaw area market. The average sale price of Waxhaw area homes was just over $437,000. Average days on market for property listings dropped by 3 days to 63 days, a 4.5% improvement over the same period last year. Median days on market were 29. Average price per square foot increased by 1.6% to $129/square foot during February 2018 versus February 2017. Closed sales in Waxhaw/Weddington/Marvin areas increased 4.4% in February 2018 as compared with February 2017. Clo...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 1925 Chickance Lane in the Lawson community in Waxhaw, NC listed for sale by Nina Hollander with RE/MAX Executive for $525,000, is under contract after less than three days on market with both buyers and sellers now looking forward to a closing in three weeks. 1925 Chickance Lane enjoys exceptional curb appeal, personifying classic Southern charm at its best, easy lifestyle at its finest, and access both to everything Charlotte has to offer and the charm of historic Waxhaw. And the $120,000+ in custom upgrades and recent updates in this beautiful, one-owner home certainly went a long way to impressing the future homeowners. Built in 2006, 1925 Chickance Lane is a move-in ready, 3-story Charleston-style home with TWO rocking chair front porches situated on a quiet cul-de-sac, offering a...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Hot Neighborhoods To Watch In Charlotte's Waxhaw Area Charlotte metro area's Waxhaw/Weddington/Marvin areas remain hot with buyer demand exceeding supply of homes. Eight neighborhoods in the Waxhaw area were particularly hot in 2017 and should be watched carefully in 2018 for continued demand. Excellent schools, lower property taxes, communities with resort-style amenities, historic downtown Waxhaw all contibuted to the high demand for Waxhaw area homes. Demand for Waxhaw area homes helps make Union County the fastest growing county in North Carolina, as well. MILLBRIDGE  Number of homes sold in 2017: 165 Average year built: 2016 Average listing price: $372,291 Average selling price: $365,591 Median selling price: $364,400 Least expensive home sold: $113,900 Most expensive home sold:  ...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 January 2018 home sales in the Waxhaw area of the Charlotte, North Carolina  metro area (the 28173 zip code--encompassing the three towns of Waxhaw, Marvin and Weddington)--began the new year on a strong note with closed and pending sales up, and days on market down. New construction sales remain a driving force in the Waxhaw area market. The average sale price of Waxhaw area homes remained flat in January 2018 at just under $439,000 versus January 2017.  Average days on market for property listings dropped by 3 days to 64 days, a 4.5% improvement over the same period last year.  Average price per square foot increased by 0.8% to $128/square foot during January 2018 versus January 2017. Closed sales in Waxhaw/Weddington/Marvin areas increased 6.1% in January 2018 as compared with Janua...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Lawson neighborhood's sales stayed strong year-over-year from 2015 to 2016 to 2017 with an increase in both the number of homes sold each of those years and the average selling price for homes. In 2016 and 2017 about 20% of total sales were new construction homes, which helped pull up average sold prices. The average selling price as a per cent of listing price has also gradually increased year-over-year. In 2017 sold prices ranged from a low of $249,900 to a high of $725,000.  It's worth pointing out that as of the start of 2018 Mattamy had nine homes under construction with an average list price of just under $727,000. Meantime, Lennar Homes have five homes under construction as the year started with an average list price of $480,000 (up year-over-year). This new construction will co...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 2017 Home Sales Review For The Cureton Neighborhood In Waxhaw, North Carolina The Cureton neighborhood in Charlotte metro area's Waxhaw continued to see brisk sales throughout 2017. Home prices increased by almost 10% from 2015 to 2016. They were lower in 2017 than in 2016. However, a lot of this can be attributed to the fact that there were fewer new construction sales in 2017 than in the two prior years. New construction sales are typically higher in average price point versus resale homes and thus impact average sales prices in any given year. And the more new homes that sell, the greater their impact on average sale prices. Namely,  In 2015 new construction sales totaled 10 with an average sale price of $536,798 (considerably higher than the overall average for the community). And ...
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By Nina Hollander, Broker, Your Greater Charlotte Realtor
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
 Home sales in the Waxhaw neighborhood of Hunter Oaks during 2017 remained in line with sales of the prior two years... the number of homes sold from 2015 to 2017 stayed steady at 54-55 homes each of these three years. Not much of a change in home prices from 2016 to 2017, but home prices were up versus average prices in 2015. Because Hunter Oaks has such a wide variety of home styles and sizes, home prices can vary from year to year depending on which combination of homes are sold in any given year.  Hunter Oaks remains a hugely popular neighborhood with many homes selling in under 10 days during 2017 -- proximity to Ballantyne and top Marvin schools being two of the reasons this is a perenially in-demand community.  Hunter Oaks Home Sales Review: 2015 - 2017 Hunter Oaks Home Sales Sum...
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