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Friday, June 20 2008

17800 John Connor Road, Cornelius
$1,400,000

This beautiful waterfront home is in the wonderful Peninsula subdivision. Elegant stucco and stone home offers breathtaking open water sunrise views. Gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, SS appliances, built-in refrigerator, double ovens, warming drawer and trash compactor. The great room features a trey ceiling and built-in cabinetry that flank the handsome fireplace. Beautiful hardwood floors grace the main level. The corner fireplace, trey ceiling and amazing floor-to ceiling custom-designed closet are highlights of the first-floor master bedroom retreat. With 4 bedrooms, a media room/study and a bonus room, you will want to call this prestigious and quality-built home your own.

Feel the warm lake breeze relaxing in a hammock or rocker while enjoying panoramic views of Lake Norman. Brick pavers meander to the water’s edge and the lighted dock and lake. Swim to the nearby island or frolic in the protected cove.

For photos and more information on this Cornelius home for sale, click on the previous link or contact Debbie. 

To view a home virtual tour of this property, go to http://homesite.obeo.com/viewer/default.aspx?tourid=472543&refurl.  

Debbie Sloan, NC & SC Broker
Helen Adams Realty
Email: dsloan@helenadamsrealty.com

Posted by: Debbie Sloan AT 10:22 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Wednesday, June 18 2008
Today’s market conditions make it imperative for sellers to price their homes properly, particularly in light of the abundance of homes entering the market on a daily basis. Market absorption rates continue to increase, and experts disagree as to when we will begin to see substantial improvement in the real estate market.

Sellers who overprice their homes will likely cause buyers to not see their home because buyers will make the assumption that it is out of their price range. Today’s savvy buyers most often work with buyers’ agents who work to educate them on home values and current market conditions. Serious buyers quickly become very knowledgeable about properties in their price range and look in the price range that is determined by the amount of their down payment and ability to make monthly payments. If a seller’s property is not priced correctly, the down payment and monthly payment requirements will not be competitive.

Further, buyers purchase by comparison shopping, and a property that is priced above the competition does not compare favorably and may cause appraisal problems, something that is becoming more commonplace in today’s market. Buyers make the assumption that something is wrong with a property that languishes on the market or, they think, it would have already sold.

Experts agree that in order to obtain proper market exposure, it is absolutely necessary to be competitive in price, terms, and condition with similar properties so yours will sell faster and at a fair price.

Posted by: Debbie Sloan AT 12:14 pm   |  Permalink   |  Email
Wednesday, June 18 2008

Lake Norman Open House this Sunday, June 22 1-3 p.m. Full brick 1.5 story home in Macaulay Subdivision in Huntersville, NC. 9438 Standerwick Lane, Huntersville. Conveniently located near Birkdale Village, off of Stumptown Road in Huntersville.

For further information, contact  Debbie Sloan, Helen Adams Realty, 704-658-6068.

9438 Standerwick Lane, Huntersville. 
Come see the amenties this community offers.

For additional details and access to a virtual tour, click here.

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Wednesday, June 18 2008

103 Patton Ct Mooresville, NC 28117

Waterside Landing Subdivision, Mooresville

Beautiful brick front 2-story home in desirable lake access community. Terrific transitional floor plan. Spacious kitchen with eat-on counter bar that opens to the great room and bright breakfast room. Gracious 2-story foyer and staircase. Large master bedroom suite with trey ceiling and dual closets. The screened porch/deck invites you to the outdoors with a fenced yard and mature trees. Convenient first-floor study with hardwood floors and french doors. Close to new Lowe’s Headquarters and soon-to-be Exit 32.

For additional information click here, or take a virtual tour of the home by clicking here.

Posted by: Debbie Sloan AT 12:04 pm   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email
Wednesday, June 18 2008
My family and I have called Lake Norman home for 13 years now, and my fondness for the region compels me to be a goodwill ambassador and share with you some of what makes living here so special. Lake Norman is a haven for water sports enthusiasts, golfers, families, retirees and anyone craving picturesque sunsets, exquisite landscapes, shopping, dining, sporting events, racing and camping. The area offers an abundance of affordable housing and plentiful employment opportunities. Some of the larger employers in the area include Lowe's, the home improvement giant, Ingersoll-Rand, Rubbermaid, Davidson College and Presbyterian Hospital.

Lake Norman is an exciting and dynamic place to live, work and play. An influx of newcomers to the area has infused a lively energy and diversity to the region like never before. With so many opportunities to discover a variety of lifestyle options here, it's no wonder the word is getting out.

Lake Norman is located in the northern section of Mecklenburg County just 18 miles northwest of the City of Charlotte and includes the surrounding Towns of Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville and Mooresville. The lake was created in 1963 by Duke Energy and is the largest body of fresh water in North Carolina with over 520 miles of shoreline

Parks and Recreations areas are plentiful in Lake Norman and reflect the active lifestyle here. Jetton Park encompasses over 105 acres with bike trails, walking and rollerblading trails, lighted tennis courts, bike rentals and picnic areas with grills.

Ramsey Creek Park is a 43-acre waterfront park with boat ramps, a fishing pier, windsurfer and wave runner beach and covered picnic shelters.

Blythe Landing Park features over 26 acres, a boat launch area, sand volleyball courts, playground and picnic sites with grills.

Lake Norman State Park in nearby Troutman features a 33-acre lake, 13 miles of shoreline, fishing, boating, campsites and canoe and pedal boat rentals.

Charlotte Douglas Airport is conveniently located just south of Lake Norman and offers more than 500 daily flights to over 150 cities. Major carriers include USAir, Continental, Delta, American and Northwest.
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Wednesday, June 18 2008

Beautiful Full Brick Home in the Weddington Chase Subdivision, 2217 Highland Forest Drive, Waxhaw, NC. Enjoy low Union County Taxes. Super floor plan. Convenient location off of Providence Road and Interstate 485.

For a virtual tour of this remarkable Waxhaw home for sale, click here.

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Wednesday, June 18 2008

Lake Norman Waterfront Lot, 540 feet of shoreline, 1.1 acres. Lot 19, Viewpoint Lane, Mooresville. Covered Boat Slip and Boat Launch. Amazing Lake Norman Sunset Views.

For additional information and beautiful pictures of this excellent lake home, click here.

Posted by: Debbie Sloan AT 11:00 am   |  Permalink   |  0 Comments  |  Email

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    18825 W. Catawba Ave, Suite 200
    Cornelius, NC 28031

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