April 2016

Found 3 blog entries for April 2016.

Spring is one of our favorite times to live in the southeast. Charlotte, in particular, is a fantastic city to live in when the sun shows back up and the flowers start blooming – particularly since our winters the last few years have been a little crazy!

If you’re like us, by springtime each year you’re getting a little stir crazy. Here are some our favorite things to do in the greater Queen City region once daylight savings hits!

1. Head to BB&T Stadium in Uptown for a Knights game. The minor league team has the highest attendance of any in the nation, and one of the best stadium views to boot! Opening day is always in April and it always sells out.

2. Did you know the NC Brewers & Music Festival is right here in Charlotte every year? This

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There are plenty of great reasons to live in a master planned community. Amenities like pools and tennis courts are plentiful, a sense of neighborliness abounds, and homes are usually new and customizable. Charlotte buyers are in the midst of a planned community boom in the area and it couldn’t come soon enough. Inventory’s been incredibly low, but some new huge developments on the horizon should help.

Let’s take a look at some of the Charlotte planned neighborhoods with the most buzz for 2016…

Waverly in South Charlotte

Waverly is set to be the Birkdale Village of south Charlotte. A David Weekely development, Waverly will have over 50 single family homes on 15 acres in addition to hundreds of muti-family units in townhome and apartment styles. The real draw here

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What do you do when you're actively in the market to buy a home, come across one that you absolutely love, make an offer, and find out that you’re in the middle of a bidding war? Or maybe several people made offers, and now you’re scrambling to even have a place at the table? Bidding wars are not uncommon in the Charlotte real estate market which is currently considered to be a seller's market). In a cases like these, sellers may simply accept the offer that looks most attractive to them or they may come back to all parties and say, "We are currently in a multiple offer situation. Please submit your highest and best offer no later than X-0'clock tomorrow."

Any buyer who’s found themselves in this situation and lost out on a great property knows the

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