It's sizzling outside and so is the housing market in Charlotte!
It's that time of year when buying and selling is hot, and the market here in the Charlotte region is on fire! Home sales in the Charlotte region rocketed with a 20.4% increase in May vs one year ago (Charlotte Regional Realtor Association). Month over month, sales increased12.8% May vs April. On Average, homes sold in May had been listed for 127 days, 10 days less than this time last year and sellers are getting 94.9% of their original asking price. In a healthy market the
Q&A with Interior Designer Debra Del Monte
As someone who just bought her first home I had no idea where to even begin making my house a home. Whats trendy? How do I make my dollar stretch? Which room do I start on first? How do I decorate my home in a way that I will enjoy it for years to come? I know we all ask ourselves these questions whether we just bought a house or if we have been in our house for years. How do we make it our home we can be proud of? I sat down with an interior designer and she answered all my
Schools out! Here our 5 places that will entertain your kids this summer
Carowinds- This 400 acre amusement park has something for everyone to enjoy including Boomerang Bay Waterpark. https://www.carowinds.com/ US National Whitewater Center- Offers mountain-biking, running trails, climbing center, kayaking, canoeing, and whitewater rafting. http://usnwc.org/ Lazy 5 Ranch- This ranch has domestic & exotic animals that come from 6 different continents! With wagon rides & petting areas there is plenty of things to keep your kids busy. http://www.la
Do You Know Your City? Quick, Need-to-Know Facts About Waxhaw, NC
If you’re from Waxhaw, you’re familiar with its historic charm and small town feel that makes it the best kept secret in the Charlotte area. Originally called Wysacky, Waxhaw (located 20 miles south of Charlotte and just North of the South Carolina border) is the third oldest town in Union county. Founded in1889, it was named after the indigenous Native American tribe that inhabited the area before the mid 1700s. The centerpiece of Waxhaw would be the railroad which was finis