|Status: Active (11)||Beds||Baths||List Price||Close Price||Original List Price||Tax Amount||DOM||CDOM||HLA||Price per SQFT||SP / LP||Year Built|
|Status: Under Contract-Show (3)||Beds||Baths||List Price||Close Price||Original List Price||Tax Amount||DOM||CDOM||HLA||Price per SQFT||SP / LP||Year Built|
|Status: Closed (12)||Beds||Baths||List Price||Close Price||Original List Price||Tax Amount||DOM||CDOM||HLA||Price per SQFT||SP / LP||Year Built|
|Status: All (26)||Beds||Baths||List Price||Close Price||Original List Price||Tax Amount||DOM||CDOM||HLA||Price per SQFT||SP / LP||Year Built|
One of a few Huntersville NC maps to find community locations all in one place. What actually went into this map is hours of pulling listings from the MLS from 1990 to present and looking at all properties to get an actual outline of the communities. This sounds easy and this map should be readily available. In 2015 I found it super hard to figure out what was where without a visual reference. Many sites have communities with listings but no one had a map displaying the areas I needed to know. Over the past 12 months I have built this map from scratch with the help of MY Maps in Google®. The challenge is that many communities have one name on the signage but are considered something else in the tax records. Simply one reference does not lead to the other. This does not allow for a basic data pull but requires pieces to be put together to give you an overall outline of the community. Hopefully, this map helps you as it helps me.
Click on the picture on the left side of the page to see the communities location in a larger map. Then in the map below click on the links pin markers to see listings in that community.
Brought to you by Brent Dillon, REALTOR® and local agent 704-727-6022.
You may want to consider the communities listed below. The criteria for these listings is schools of Huntersville Elementary, Baily Middle and Hough High School. Check the Mecklenburg County schools site for the most up to date information.
|Arbor Croft||Monteith Park||Northstone|
|Shelton Ridge||Shepherds Vineyard||Sherwood Forest|
See the Monthly Real Estate Market Report for Huntersville NC – October 2015
Highlights of the Huntersville NC real estate market report below. These reports are monthly and contain data from the local MLS. The Huntersville NC real estate market report can help you with buying or selling around Huntersville. This Huntersville NC data is only to be used as informational and if you have additional questions, contact Brent Dillon REALTOR® at 704-727-6022 or send email.
- Change in new listings from 2014 to 2015 is -9.8% and –0.2% (decrease in listings is good for sellers not so great for buyer)
- Change in Closed Sale is -15% and +3.2%
- Change in Median Sales Price is +3.6% and +6.2%
The first two 2014 and 2015 on the left side of chart represent September 2014 vs September 2015. The second set of 2014 and 2015 represents 2014 vs 2015 yr to date.
The Huntersville NC Real Estate Market Report
|October||Year to Date|
|2014||2015||+ / –||2014||2015||+ / –|
|Median Sales Price*||$235,000||$243,423||+3.6%||$242,500||$257,500||+6.2%|
|Average Sales Price*||$268,207||$269,926||+0.6%||$269,890||$277,358||+2.8%|
|Percent of Original List Price Received*||95.7%||95.1%||-0.6%||95.9%||96.7%||+0.8%|
|List to Close||111||88||-20.8%||108||99||-8.3%|
|Days on Market Until Sale||58||43||-26.0%||62||49||-20.8%|
|Cumulative Days on Market Until Sale||67||48||-28.6%||78||60||-23.0%|
|Inventory of Homes for Sale||363||294||-19.0%||—||—||—|
|Months Supply of Inventory||3.1||2.5||-21.3%||—||—||—|
|* Does not account for seller concessions. | Activity for one month can sometimes look extreme due to small sample size.|
*See additional sold data – This data is produced by the CAROLINA MLS REALTORS ASSOCIATION®.
View photos of the Olmsted community located in Huntersville, NC 28078. You can find more information on Olmsted homes for sale or look up other homes for sale communities in Huntersville. Additionally you can find NC real estate by ZIP , NC communities categorized by letter or NC real estate by city – ALL property types. If you need additional information contact Brent Dillon at 704-727-6022 or contact us.
Olsted MLS Listings of Active ONLY Properties
$444,980 : 11931 The Ramble Drive #191, Huntersville4 beds, 4 bathsListed with Pulte Home Corporation
$635,134 : 8518 Tosomock Lane #139, Huntersville5 beds, 4 bathsListed with Pulte Home Corporation
$520,000 : 13004 Long Common Parkway, Huntersville4 beds, 4 bathsListed with Allen Tate Corporate Homes
$600,000 : 13106 Long Common Parkway, Huntersville5 beds, 5 bathsListed with RE/MAX Executive
$639,000 : 12318 Lefferts House Place #54, Huntersville4 beds, 5 bathsListed with Team Scholz Properties Unlimit
See all Olmsted community Homes for Sale.
(all data current as of 8/15/2018)
Listing information deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Read full disclaimer.
The simple answer is that it depends on a number of factors. Yes they are good but where and when?
As an approved FAA operator for aerial commercial photography I’m amazed at how many listings have a fisheye lens aerial image as the first picture. Who in the world would do this? In the Hamptons which is my home neighborhood there is always at least one home that matches the above criteria in the listings. The goal of marketing is to make it exceptional not just to make it different. When have you ever bought anything based on an aerial view other than possibly an island (but you still need to go see it at eye level)? An aerial view adds to the terrestrial photography but at times takes away from the curb appeal on the internet. Did you know the first picture carries about 52% of the interest and the ability of your home to get that all important first click based on an actual study from Old Dominion University? After that everything else makes up the other 48%. Deductive reasoning leads me to believe that if something is 52% of what is being done or in this situation an opinion mover, then that my friend needs to be the most incredible first picture you can get regardless of how many takes to get the perfect shot. Got it? Keep that in mind if you want to read further. My marketing isn’t haphazard, it’s scientific like no other agent you will find. Read an excerpt from the study:
HDR pictures are the norm in a high end property or with an agent who prides themselves on high end photography. The question is when does an agent get high end photographers? It depends on the agent and the home. Many agents have different ideas about what sells. Old school thought is it doesn’t matter as much since they have been doing this for “30 year” or new school agents think “I have an Iphone and I take great pictures”. Both of these thoughts are ok but what is more important in today’s real estate market? What good is it to be technologically savvy if you have no customers or be so old school you still have a flip phone and identify anyone with a web site as “techie”.
In today’s real estate market in NC I think it’s safe to say you need both but more of everything. As an agent I pride myself on my own professional photography and have even worked on a couple of jobs shooting NASCAR for a subcontractor at a couple of tracks. This only adds to my personal skills and truly has given me an added eye for what I missed without the experience. Aerial images are a special edition to the real estate playing field. They are more than high tech; they can be confirmation of what sellers say by seeing the roof or the yard layout and verification of Google Earth pictures. Without a couple of select aerial pictures a listing is no longer complete. With aerial photos misplaced the listing becomes disconnected, the story may be short circuited or could possibly not flow.
Each home has a unique story. Our job as agents is to tell the story better than anyone else in marketing your home. What does this mean? If as an agent I cannot tell your homes story better, visually and in writing, your home may sit longer than needed. Pricing is important but without the proper marketing techniques and budget including aerial photos used to enhance not displace regular photos you may not be getting the full benefits of marketing and missing out on selling your home more quickly or attracting a better customer.
Ask yourself this simple question, when people visit your home do they arrive in a helicopter or a car? I’m over simplifying this to show the importance of your photos and not have an aerial at 500 feet of the front of your home – this in no way can truly show the curb appeal which you’ve spend thousands of dollars creating. Not only do aerial photos have to be top notch and help tell the story, they have to flow in some way adding to the story. There are 3 main stories being told by your home—the pictures, the description and how your agent pulls it all together for the customer and presents the package. From my experience if you aren’t getting viewings on your home, maybe you need to look no further than you pictures. If you have aerial shots as the first picture, I suggest changing the first picture to a ground view and taking as many shots as necessary to get that perfect curb appeal shot representing what your customers see and feel when they open the door in your driveway and smile saying “this is the perfect home.”
As a pilot, photographer and agent I can bring a number of skills to the table to help market your home creating a unique package. If you’ve had problems in the past selling your home or just need some advice please let me know. I would be glad to take a look at the pictures and see if I can help.