Charlotte, probably the most stable and growing business center in the southeast, may not have the reputation as a center of golf that Pinehurst and Myrtle Beach have, but it is chockablock with a number of
We have commented often here about the consequences if people in soft markets wait too long to accept what the market will give them for their primary homes, especially if they have a plan to move south. Holding out for the last dollar in, say, Detroit (down 11.2%) or New York (-4.1%) is a bad move if you plan to relocate to Charlotte or Dallas (-.1%). On the other hand, if you are willing to buy into one of the markets devastated by speculators, like Tampa (-11.8%) or the empty-condo-infested Miami (-12.4%), you can probably bide your time.
All real estate is local, and these market price movements do not always reflect specific communities within them. If you are interested in a particular area of the south, please let me know and I can put you in touch with one of the most qualified agents in that area. Our HomeOnTheCourse agent will not only know well the golf communities in the area, but also will be able to show you some of the area's finest private clubs that may not be affiliated with a housing development. And they can help you understand which communities in a metro area are the most stable. Hit the contact button above to let me know if you would like a no obligation introduction to a qualified agent knowledgeable about golf course communities and local private clubs.