John C. Walker, Realtor® has been named a Five Star Real Estate AgentSM for 2014 by Charlotte Magazine and Crescendo Business Services for the fourth year in a row. This program is designed to identify and showcase real estate agents in a local market that score highest in overall satisfaction. As part of an in-depth research process, real esta ...Read more
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I want my sellers to have every advantage in listing and selling their property. This includes early and ongoing access to properties listed in the Concord real estate market through my search page. You can watch the market daily if you want to see new listings coming on the market and those posting price reductions. You can do these searches right here on this page.
Better yet, why come back to this site everyday just to search listings? Sure, I love having you here, but part of my job is to help my sellers to efficiently evaluate, market and sell their homes. The first step in this process is my custom search and alert system. Fill in the easy form on this page and I’ll set up a custom search with your property’s characteristics. You will then receive automated email alerts of new matching listings and price reductions. It’s easy, automatic, and you’ll be on top of the market every day without doing a search!
Real Estate News
Not far from the Madison Park and Myers Park neighborhoods, Park Road Shopping Center was Charlotte's first open-air retail center built in 1956. Now the center’s owner is announcing new tenants at one of Charlotte’s most-recognizable retail landmarks, adding three upscale dining options and a makeup bar. These additions continue Columb ...Read more
Charlotte's Ballantyne and Piper Glen areas are among the most-searched zip codes of 2013 for those looking for real estate, according to an affiliate of the National Association of Realtors. South Charlotte's 28277 ranks No. 5 on the nationwide list. The area's strong schools, the number of nearby businesses and office parks, and its abundant shop ...Read more
Adding about 100,000 residents to its population of nearly 10 million between 2012 & 2013, the state of North Carolina is truly growing. The unemployment rate plunged from 9.5% to 6.9% during this period... a strong result to be sure. NerdWallet, a website on a mission to save you money, took a look at the 59 North Carolina cities with populati ...Read more
The Mortgage Bankers Association (MBA) is forecasting that mortgage rates will likely rise above 5% next year and average 5.3% by the end of 2015. That would mark a significant increase... some 50-75 basis points higher than where they are as of this writing depending on the type of loan product and borrower qualifications. How might this affect Ch ...Read more