Most folks considering a move to Charlotte have heard of Ballantyne. Once out in the “country,” Charlottes favorite ring city (think Tyson Corners VA 25 years ago) is strategically located at the intersection of Johnston Road and Interstate 485.
At the center is the Ballantyne Village shopping center, surrounded by Ballantyne Country Club…
Dilworth is named after one of Charlotte’s early boosters, Edward Dilworth Latta. He arrived as a young man in 1876, an early transplant from New York, and went into the clothing business. But before long he was in real estate development.
He could see the future and created the first suburb outside of the uptown core, and named it humbly Dilworth. Today, Dilworth stands…
12 miles or just 25 minutes Southeast of Uptown, Matthews is one of Charlotte favorite suburbs. Known for its small town feel (think Pawnee) this one time farming community has been turned into an extended Charlotte suburb, with a revitalized downtown that includes a farmers market, and also a 100+ year old hardware store. At Christmas…
Myers Park, just outside the (277) inner loop, is today known for its tall trees, wide boulevards and beautiful homes with easy access to the city. It has been home to Charlotte’s elites for more than a century.
Today, physicians love its easy access to the largest hospitals in the state, Atrium (formerly Carolinas Medical) on Kings drive, and Novant, where Myers Park meets…
Plaza Midwood (often called simply “Midwood”) runs along 10th St and Central Ave close to both Uptown. It’s also right next to NoDa, short for the North Davidson Arts District.
The area has developed quickly over the past 10 years as the city of Charlotte has grown and it has become especially popular among young people, artists of all ages, and with the light rail, more students as well…
At the corner of Sharon Road and Fairview road sits Charlotte’s one and only Southpark mall. Home to Neiman Marcus and designer brands alike, Southpark, named it was south of Myers Park- Southpark started as a subdivision, added a terrific shopping mall, and was once thought to be our future “downtown.”
Today, it is a distinct area, known for its fine restaurants…
Historic South End is located adjacent to Uptown Charlotte and the neighborhood of Dilworth as you head south out of town on South Blvd. The entire South Blvd area has developed quickly over the past 10 years or so since the launch of the Blue Line.
The Blue Line was the first light rail line in Charlotte, and it has truly transformed that side
Uptown Charlotte is our vibrant city center with a wide variety of art, culture, dining, sports events and night life for everyone! If you’re visiting Charlotte for the first time, you will be surprised by how clean and new the city feels compared to other big cities.
Uptown Charlotte has always been a business-center
New homes usually include a 3%-4% premium for what I like to call the “new car smell”. You’re paying a bit extra for a new home, like you would for a brand new car. I said usually, because that’s not the case right now! Across several different builders, we’re seeing significant price drops and improved
Madison Park is a popular neighborhood near Montford Rd and Park Road Shopping Center. It’s been a first home favorite of new Charlottean’s for decades. Here are the latest numbers, homes sold and more. Madison Park: The Neighborhood The neighborhood is characterized by a mix of architectural styles, including ranch-style homes, traditional two-story houses, and
A Charlotte Real Estate Market Update This data, derived from Canopy MLS Data through May 4, 2023, and compared to the same time period in 2022. Housing inventory remains tight One of the biggest challenges facing Charlotte homebuyers is a lack of inventory. This spring phenomena is here for the year at least. Higher interest
Zip Code 28207, Myers Park and Eastover This highly sought-after zip in Charlotte, North Carolina, is known for its luxury homes, upscale condominiums, and exceptional quality of life. The area offers a unique blend of small-town charm and big-city convenience, with tree-lined streets, historic homes, and close proximity to cultural and recreational amenities. It has
We, Bobby and I are working on a new video series, talking to Buyers, Sellers, and investors, about how this market is reacting, and how to be more informed buyers and Sellers. This is a short introduction video, but we are releasing more answering a question per week. Have a peak, if you like it