This week, Ely Portillo from the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute joins to discuss the support and backlash to the Charlotte 2040 Comprehensive Plan. Plus, we talk Thomas the Tank Engine and I try to explain why the housing market is completely insane. Finally, if you like drinking games, take a shot every time I say 106.
February 2020 was the last month that the real estate market wasn’t negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. This week, Jonathan looks at the effects on housing in Charlotte one year later and how likely is a proposed $15,000 Home Buyer Credit to become reality?
This week, Jonathan is joined by WFAE Reporter David Boraks to discuss his series on an old asbestos manufacturing facility in Davidson, North Carolina that some hope to redevelop and the issues faced by the adjacent neighborhood.
Dive deeper into David’s reporting by visiting Asbestos Town on WFAE
This week, Charlotte Observer Real Estate and Development Reporter Danielle Chemtob joins to share how Covid has impacted office vacancies, what’s next on a site for the a new stadium for the Carolina Panthers, an update on Eastland Mall, River District and more.
Follow Danielle on Twitter at @daniellechemtob
Located in Northeast Charlotte, the neighborhood of University City has grown to become the second largest employment center in Charlotte from a diverse mix of employers including Atrium, AXA Equitable, Wells Fargo, Red Ventures and more. Learn the history of the neighborhood and new developments heading to University City, including the $1 billion Centene campus from Darlene Heater from University City Partners.
View the rendering for the new Centene campus, currently under construction.
This week, Jonathan recaps the Charlotte region’s real estate stats from 2020 and previews changes in store for the 2021 market.
This week, I am joined by Ely Portillo from the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute to discuss the Charlotte Future 2040 Comprehensive Zoning Plan and the Charlotte MOVES Task Force Transit Plan, which includes expanding Charlotte’s Light Rail System.
This week, Charlotte Realtor Jonathan Osman explains his listing preparation process, addresses when the best time to sell your home is, and which improvements you should consider making when preparing to list your home for sale.
This week, Jonathan is joined by family law attorney Dana Lehnhardt from Lehnhardt Price Family Law to discuss the most common mistakes that are made during the separation and divorce process, how real estate is factored in, when you should consider a prenup and purchasing a home while separated.
In this third episode of the series, Jonathan covers the due diligence period, what to expect and what should be accomplished. Also, he will answer the question on when possession occurs in both North and South Carolina.