May 2018

Found 4 blog entries for May 2018.

Why you should buy in Charlotte NOW!

Redbud Group City of Charlotte skyline

An influx of employment opportunities, a reasonably affordable housing market, and an overall great quality of life have all contributed to Charlotte’s overall growth and increasing popularity.

If you’re a Charlotte resident, it’s likely that you’ve noticed the dozens of new restaurants, shopping centers, apartment complexes, neighborhoods, high rises, and the newest extension of the light rail train system. All this construction is both a response to and a cause of the city’s growth.

Not here yet? Don’t worry! The future plans for Charlotte are substantial and will continue for years! Get ready for it!

Without further ado, here are some of the top reasons you should buy in Charlotte right now:

Your

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Charlotte Things To Do: Summer Activities and Attractions

Going to be a Charlottean soon? Enjoy these popular outdoor summer activities and attractions in and around the QC!  

Enjoy Nature and Adventure at the U.S National Whitewater Center

The U.S National Whitewater Center boasts the world’s largest man-made whitewater river and professional-level rapids. Each summer the center attracts both local and visiting outdoor enthusiasts looking for a one of a kind experience.  

At the U.S National Whitewater Center, people of all ages, abilities, and interests are able to immerse themselves in a variety of activities from whitewater rafting to biking; zip lining, live music, craft beer, and more. There truly is something for everyone at this

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Redbud Group couple signing papers at coffee table
Buying a home will be one of, if not the biggest, purchase you’ll ever make. That pressure is enough to intimidate anyone.

Lucky for you, we consider ourselves pretty knowledgeable when it comes to the business of home buying. We know the common mistakes first-time homebuyers make and later regret.

From the house hunting process to deciding the best way to finance your first home, we’ll steer you clear from repeating the footsteps of any regretful first time home buyer who has bought before you.

Here are some of our top tips:

1. Make a list. When you go to the grocery store you generally have a list detailing the ingredients you need for a dinner recipe you’re trying that night, the snacks you want to bring for lunch that week, or the one

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Redbud group seller fixing up home as a before selling must do

We understand prospective buyers and the things they’re looking for in a home. Get your house “for sale” ready with these must-dos:

1. Win the first impression

As prospective buyers approach your house, opinions are formed and expectations for the rest of the house are set. A Realtor® can tell a buyer “don’t judge a book by its cover” or, in this case, “don’t judge a house by its curb appeal”, but judgments will be made nonetheless, and those judgments could make or break your sale.

Could your front door use a fresh coat of paint? Perhaps with a new color? Are your bushes and trees overgrown or worse, dead? Do what you can to create a welcoming exterior and lure in buyers. Buyers should be eager to see more. 

  • Perform basic

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