May 2015

Found 3 blog entries for May 2015.

We love Weddington!

This sleepy little hamlet southeast of metro Charlotte is one of the fastest-growing towns in the area, and for good reason. People love what this region offers: Plenty of space, great schools, and home prices that haven’t skyrocketed as fast as Charlotte’s over the last few years.

Thinking of looking at homes for sale in Weddington, or just want to know a little more about this corner of CLT? We’ve got you covered! Here are six things to know about one of the coolest unknown spots in the region.

1. Weddington is the third wealthiest town in North Carolina.
Well how about that? According to the 2010 census, the average household income in Weddington was over $132,000 and the average family income was over $139,000. That

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Memorial Day weekend is one of our favorite times of the year!

Pools start opening, kids are getting out of school, and the summer fun season is generally kicking off all over town. There are usually tons of planned activities all over town throughout the weekend and, of course, on Monday - if you're not too busy grilling out! Here are some suggestions for fun things to do in Charlotte this Memorial Day Weekend.

Hit up the U.S. National Whitewater Center

The Whitewater Center (one of Charlotte's coolest attractions, if you ask us) is hosting its fifth annual Memorial Day celebration on Sunday, May 24th. Start the day with a trail race, while away the afternoon with a cornhole tournament, enjoy live music, then cap it all off with fireworks!

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Encroachment

It's a word that can strike fear into the hearts of buyers and sellers everywhere, and quickly sabotage a property sale. But what does it mean?

In real estate, an encroachment is defined as when, "A structure from one property extends over the property line of another." Seems pretty simple, right? Well, encroachments can be real deal breakers even if they don't adversely affect anyone's quality of life. There's actually a statute of limitations on how long someone has to claim an encroachment on their property and what the consequences are if they're proven correct.

So, how do encroachment's happen? Usually as a result of an improperly-performed survey or incorrectly drawn property lines. They can also be caused by unpermitted or

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