In this book, fourteen award-winning local leaders in real estate and associated industries give an overview of the Charlotte, North Carolina real estate market and provide advice on buying, selling, financing, improving and investing in residential properties in the area.
Anna Granger discusses buying and selling real estate in the South Charlotte area, a large, popular area with lots of shopping and a wide variety of residential neighborhoods. Andy Reynolds covers the Lake Wylie area, a large recreational lake with many residential neighborhoods, just adjacent to Charlotte on the Southwest boundary and along the border with South Carolina. Sam Grogan provides advice on buying and selling luxury properties in the Charlotte region, from Uptown/Center City to the lakes and to the luxury developments in the southern sections of the city. Amber Garchar discuses buying and selling real estate at Lake Norman, the largest man-made lake in North Carolina, and the surrounding towns, just North of Charlotte.
Chris Bonnefoux covers Uptown Charlotte, with dozens of high-rise condominium buildings, all within walking distance of the 100,000 jobs and numerous sports and entertainment venues and restaurants in Center City. Brad Roche discusses residential property financing and shows how to save money when purchasing or refinancing a property. Lisa Archer provides advice on selling and buying homes throughout the greater Charlotte region, along with some programs to help local heroes. Darin Brockelbank discusses improving your property with outdoor living spaces and offers advice on selecting a reliable contractor to handle the construction and maintenance.
Linda Beverley and Leslie J. Dale cover investing in residential real estate in the Charlotte area and offer advice to new investors as well as to investors new to the area. Kim and Dick York discuss buying and selling real estate in the rapid growing Greater Northeast Charlotte area, that includes the UNCC area and parts of both Mecklenburg and Cabarrus Counties. Brenda Thompson provides advice on buying and selling unique properties in the Western North Carolina Mountains, about two hours to the West of Charlotte. Mike Waite offers advice on how to select a residential remodeling contractor, reducing both your risk and your stress.
For many years Charlotte, North Carolina has been among the top five fastest-growing major cities in the United States. The estimated population according to the U.S. Census Bureau was 810,000 as of 2014, making Charlotte the 17th largest city in the United States and second largest in the Southeast, based on population. The Charlotte metropolitan area had a 2014 population of approximately 2.4 million.
The Charlotte region’s growth has been stimulated by a great business climate, attracting many Fortune 500 Company Headquarters and other major business operations to the area. It is the second largest banking center in the United States after New York City.
Charlotte has a true four-season climate, without extremely cold or hot weather. It is midway between the mountains and the beach and the area has an abundance of recreational opportunities for everyone. Sports fans have a lot to choose from including the NFL Carolina Panthers, the NBA Charlotte Hornets, major NASCAR races, PGA golf championships and major college sports.
Royalties from sales of this book are being donated to The Humane Society of Charlotte. Since 1978 the Humane Society of Charlotte has been a community resource committed to improving the lives of companion animals through adoption, spay/neuter and education. The vision of The Humane Society is for all companion animals to one day live in a community full of care and compassion without the fear of being unwanted.
Dairy products can be found in many of our favourite foods, but millions of people have difficulty tolerating them. If you need to reduce or eliminate dairy products from your diet, you don't have to forego your favourite dishes. This volume includes a large array of dairy-free recipes.
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Brenda Bruce; Born: 7 July 1919 (some sources cite 17 July 1919) Prestwich, Lancashire, England: Died: 19 February 1996 (1996-02-19) (superannuated 76) London, England