Uptown Charlotte Foreclosures & Preforeclosure Condos For Sale

Uptown Charlotte Foreclosures

Finding Uptown Charlotte condo foreclosures is easy! The list below is updated daily with new Uptown Charlotte foreclosure condo listings. Condo foreclosures offer huge discounts, contact us today to view any of the properties listed below. Uptown Charlotte foreclosures, preforeclosures and short sale condos for sale. Check back often as this Uptown Charlotte foreclosures page is updated daily with new foreclosure listings, preforeclosure condos and short sale properties.

Uptown Charlotte condos for sale below could be foreclosure, preforeclosure, short sale, reo, bank owned foreclosures, relocation, VA, HUD, estate or bankruptcy.

Listings 1 - 4 of 4

333 Trade Street -- 1 BR, 1 BA
Price: $330,000 (924 sqft)
Complex: Trademark
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Midtown Properties | MLS # 3149265 | Active
210 Church Street -- 1 BR, 1 BA
Price: $259,000 (764 sqft)
Complex: Avenue Condominiums
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Berkshire Hathaway | MLS # 3241366 | Contract
424 W 9th Street -- 2 BR, 2.1 BA
Price: $254,400 (1473 sqft)
Complex: None
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Owners.com | MLS # 3267460 | Contract
210 N Church Street -- 1 BR, 1 BA
Price: $249,900 (685 sqft)
Complex: Avenue Condominiums
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Catherine Mitchell | MLS # 3244023 | Active

Listings 1 - 4 of 4

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Fourth Ward Condos

Fourth Ward lies directly to the north of the intersection of Trade and Tryon. It is that quadrant bounded by North Tryon on the southeast and West Trade on the southwest.

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Start 2017 Off Right… List Your House for Sale

Market Analysis

Start 2017 Off Right… List Your House for Sale | Keeping Current Matters

As we are about to bring in the New Year, families across the country will be deciding if this is the year that they will sell their current house and move into their dream home. Many will decide that it is smarter to wait until the spring “buyer’s market” to list their house. In the past, that might have made sense. However, this winter is not like recent years.

The recent jump in mortgage rates has forced buyers off the fence and into the market, resulting in incredibly strong demand RIGHT NOW!! At the same time, inventory levels of homes for sale have dropped dramatically as compared to this time last year.

Here is a chart showing the decrease in inventory levels by category:

Start 2017 Off Right… List Your House for Sale | Keeping Current Matters

Bottom Line

Demand for your home is very strong right now while your competition (other homes for sale) is at a historically low level. If you are thinking of selling in 2017, now may be the time.

Contact us now for a free Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) on your Charlotte condo, Lake Norman condo or Lake Norman home.

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Lake Norman Charlotte NC Area Guide

Lake Norman Charlotte NC

Lake Norman Charlotte NC Area Guide

Lake Norman Charlotte NCLake Norman is sometimes referred to as the “inland sea” of North Carolina; it offers 520 miles shoreline and a surface area of more than 50 square miles. Lake Norman provides electricity to the Piedmont region of the Carolinas. It powers the generators at the hydroelectric station at Cowans Ford Dam, and is used by Marshall Steam Station and McGuire Nuclear Station to cool the steam that drives their turbines. The lake supplies water to Lincoln County, Iredell County, Mooresville, Charlotte, and other towns in Mecklenburg County, particularly Davidson and Huntersville. Popular game fish in Lake Norman include catfish, crappie, bluegill and yellow perch, as well as striped bass, largemouth bass, white bass along with multiple types of turtles. Lake Norman Charlotte NC offers beautiful sunsets, lush landscape and tranquil waters for boating, jet skiing and  summer fun. Lake Norman is only twenty minutes north of Charlotte, NC and only a short drive to the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains or the warm ocean waters of the Atlantic.

NoDa Charlotte Area Guide

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NoDa Charlotte Area Guide

noda area guideNoDa (short for “North Davidson”) is a popular arts district in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is located in the North Charlotte neighborhood on and around North Davidson Street and 36th Street, approximately one mile northeast of Uptown. Formerly an area of textile manufacturing and mill workers’ residences, the area has also served as a center for the arts. NoDa shares the same geography as Historic North Charlotte which is on the Register of National Historic Sites. The name “NoDa” was coined by architect Russell Pound. In addition to historic mill houses, NoDa has seen a boom in residential construction in multifamily housing in recent years. The neighborhood has become an entertainment district focused on bimonthly gallery crawls. In addition to the art galleries, there are several music venues and restaurants in the neighborhood. NoDa Charlotte map with restaurants, grocery stores, gas stations, banks & hospitals. NoDa restaurants, NoDa walkscore & yelp reviews. If you have questions about NoDa please contact us. You can also request a relocation package with a NoDa map, Charlotte newspapers, Charlotte magazines, Charlotte business directory and Charlotte area attractions guide.