Thursday, November 16, 2017 / by Admin Prostead
Thinking about buying three-bedroom home in Antiquity, in Cornelius, NC? It’s the perfect place if you want a smart-growth community close to Charlotte and in walking distance to downtown Cornelius. Antiquity will eventually have more than 1,000 homes, and the community plan includes nine mini-parks, athletic fields, trails for hiking and biking, and 2,500-seat amphitheater for summer performances. Within the Antiquity community are a retail center and office space with apartments and townhouses.
Homes in Antiquity
Antiquity was developed by The Cunnane Group, with homes from the high $300s to upper $500s. Choose from five builders, with their homes ranging from 2,200 to 3,500 square feet, all with first-floor owner’s suites. Residents love Antiquity’s pools, pond, recreation area and walking trails. As The Cunnane Group's website points out, with its beginnings and rich history in cotton farming in the 1900s, along with the creatio ...
Monday, October 16, 2017 / by Admin Prostead
Open floorplan, community pool, move-in ready!
Gorgeous ranch-style home with a designer kitchen, granite counters and tile back splash. Beautiful wide plank flooring throughout the kitchen, breakfast room, dining room, and family room. Bathroom retreat features upgraded light and plumbing fixtures, beautiful tile in the master shower and bathroom floors. Relax under your covered porch or on the patio as you watch the kids or pets playing in the fenced in yard. Bonus/bath/loft area great for guests. Maintenance-free Hardi Plank siding. Covington at Lake Norman has community pool, playground and clubhouse!
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Friday, September 29, 2017 / by Admin Prostead
We all know pricing your home is hard. But a full-time, licensed Realtor will help guide you and educate you on the process, the market, and understanding the data we use.
Here are some myths you should not buy into!
1: You always make money when you sell a home. Let's face it, real estate prices and values fall and rise with the economy. Right now, we're in a time where we're seeing appreciation. But look back at some of the more turbulent economic times and you'll realize that isn't always the case.
2: Price your house high to make more money. While the payday may sound appealing to you, you're actually sacrificing your best marketing time in exchange for the remote possibility that someone will overpay for your home.
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3: If your home is overpriced, it's no big deal to lower it later. False. Homes that are overpriced tend to linger on the market for months at a time or undergo price reductions. Guess ...