Housing Trends Newsletter From Great Homes In Charlotte: September 2018

The September 2018 Housing Trends Newsletter from Great Homes In Charlotte provides updates on real estate trends and timely articles, tips, and advice for current and future homeowners.

Housing Trends Newsletter: September 2018

Welcome to the September 2018 edition of the Housing Trends Newsletter from Great Homes In Charlotte.The September 2018 edition of the Housing Trends eNewsletter provides updates on real estate trends in 150 metropolitan housing markets, including the Charlotte region. 

In this Housing Trends Newsletter, you’ll also find timely articles, tips, and advice for current and future homeowners. Whether you are looking to buy or sell, have recently moved, are staying put, or simply want to stay current with real estate trends in the Charlotte region and beyond, there’s something for everyone in Carolinas Realty Partners’ Housing Trends eNewsletter.


Housing Trends Newsletter: Timely Articles Provide News You Can Use

  • How to decide if you’ve lived in your home too long… 6 signs it may be time to move
  • 5 mortifying reasons mortgage applications end up in the reject pile
  • 8 vintage living room design trends making a big comeback
  • 4 things to know before getting an FHA mortgage
  • … and much more!



Have questions about Charlotte area housing/real estate? Need answers about buying or selling a home in the Charlotte region?  Contact Carolinas Realty Partners serving all the local communities, including Charlotte, Waxhaw, Weddington, Marvin, Matthews, Mint Hill, Indian Trail, Monroe, Fort Mill, Indian Land.


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