There is good news mixed with bad. The 12 month through March 2008 S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Index report released yesterday showed national home values are still in a decline. The national average decline is 14%. The good news is Charlotte is one of the 20 urban metro market areas showing increases. The Charlotte metro market includes Fort Mill, Tega Cay, Lake Wylie and other outline Continue Reading about Fort Mill Home Values Still Strong
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The quick answer is yes. It seems to be a buyers market for home sales almost everywhere thanks to the media. The media pounds us everyday with bad news about the credit industry, foreclosures, high gas prices, the weak dollar, etc. Some of it is true and some is, well just over exaggerated to say it nicley. So most potential home buyers today think it is a buyers market no matter where they are Continue Reading about Is it a Home Buyers Market In Fort Mill?
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) has increased the loan limits for the Charlotte Metro Area. This includes YORK County, SC. This increase is a much needed expansion for FHA loans in the Charlotte market. Families needing a larger home that have limited funds for making a down payment can still get a quality fixed rate loan. FHA offers 97.75% financing, meaning that only 2.25% of the Continue Reading about Charlotte Mortgages: FHA Loan Limits see big increase!