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Lake Norman Waterfront Condos

Lake Norman waterfront condos for sale in Catawba, Cornelius, Denver, Mooresville, Sherrills Ford, Statesville and Terrell. Updated daily with new Lake Norman waterfront listings and price changes. Bookmark this page or sign up for automatic email alerts on new Lake Norman waterfront listings & price change updates on Lake Norman waterfront real estate.

Lake Norman condos

Listings 1 - 20 of 23   next

20603 Cutter Court -- 3 BR, 2.1 BA
Price: $699,888 (2328 sqft)
Complex: Pointe Regatta
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Platinum Properties | MLS # 3202131 | Active
106 South Cove Key Way -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $679,000 (1971 sqft)
Complex: Cove Key
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Harbor Realty, Inc | MLS # 3174143 | Contract
17931 Kings Point Drive -- 3 BR, 3 BA
Price: $535,000 (2414 sqft)
Complex: Biscayne
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3219258 | Active
525 Catspaw Road -- 3 BR, 3.1 BA
Price: $499,000 (2476 sqft)
Complex: none
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Ronald Scott | MLS # 3215660 | Active
17931 Kings Point Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $465,000 (1410 sqft)
Complex: Biscayne
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3243932 | Active
7429 Mariner cove Drive -- 3 BR, 3 BA
Price: $419,900 (1892 sqft)
Complex: Mariner Villas
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Southern Homes of the | MLS # 3238151 | Active
18700 Nautical Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $370,000 (1350 sqft)
Complex: COMMODORES LANDING
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Harbor Realty, Inc | MLS # 3236022 | Contract
18525 Harborside Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $349,000 (1434 sqft)
Complex: Harborside
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Southern Homes of the | MLS # 3228551 | Active
20417 Harborgate Court -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $339,500 (1340 sqft)
Complex: Harborgate
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3242634 | Active
18700 Nautical Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $337,500 (1336 sqft)
Complex: Commodores Landing
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Keller Williams Lake | MLS # 3172221 | Active
930 Jetton Street -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $332,500 (1394 sqft)
Complex: Spinnaker Point
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Realty Executives | MLS # 3227087 | Active
18726 Nautical Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $323,900 (1309 sqft)
Complex: Commodores Landing
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Harbor Realty, Inc | MLS # 3222723 | Contract
17811 Half Moon Lane -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $300,000 (1087 sqft)
Complex: Half Moon Bay
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Keller Williams Lake | MLS # 3185660 | Active
18840 Nautical Drive -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $299,000 (1298 sqft)
Complex: Schooner bay
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Sellstate Select | MLS # 3206258 | Active
18641 Vineyard Point Lane -- 3 BR, 2 BA
Price: $290,000 (1252 sqft)
Complex: The Moorings
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RE/MAX Executive | MLS # 3228081 | Contract
103 Pier 33 Drive -- 3 BR, 3 BA
Price: $275,000 (1624 sqft)
Complex: Pier 33
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Southern Homes of the | MLS # 3227232 | Active
18709 Nautical Drive -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $249,000 (940 sqft)
Complex: Admirals Quarters
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Coldwell Banker | MLS # 3236035 | Contract
7843 Village Harbor Drive -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $234,900 (1085 sqft)
Complex: Harborside
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RE/MAX Executive | MLS # 3239631 | Active
8060 Westcape Drive -- 2 BR, 2.1 BA
Price: $230,000 (1424 sqft)
Complex: Westcape
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Lake Norman Realty, | MLS # 3202785 | Active
18009 Kings Point Drive -- 2 BR, 2 BA
Price: $225,000 (1069 sqft)
Complex: Baybridge
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3211635 | Contract

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Lake Norman Waterfront Homes For Sale

Lake Norman waterfront homes for sale in Catawba, Cornelius, Denver, Huntersville, Mooresville, Sherrills Ford, Statesville, Terrell and Troutman. Updated daily with new Lake Norman waterfront listings and price changes. Bookmark this page or sign up for automatic email alerts on new Lake Norman waterfront listings & price change updates on Lake Norman waterfront real estate.

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134 Waterfowl Lane -- 3 BR, 4.2 BA
Price: $5,000,000 (6349 sqft)
Subdivision: Idlewood Harbor
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Keller Williams Lake | MLS # 3169884 | Active
19125 Peninsula Point Drive -- 7 BR, 8.2 BA
Price: $3,899,900 (11689 sqft)
Subdivision: The Peninsula
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3031440 | Active
120 Barrister Bay Lane -- 4 BR, 3.1 BA
Price: $3,699,999 (3731 sqft)
Subdivision: None
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NHB Group, Inc | MLS # 3068687 | Active
18925 Kyle Lane -- 4 BR, 5.3 BA
Price: $3,499,000 (10545 sqft)
Subdivision: None
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Carlyle Properties | MLS # 3165113 | Active
15510 Fishermans Rest Court -- 5 BR, 5.3 BA
Price: $3,450,000 (8165 sqft)
Subdivision: The Peninsula
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3241407 | Active
173 Rehoboth Lane -- 5 BR, 5.3 BA
Price: $3,395,000 (8810 sqft)
Subdivision: The Point
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Vision Group Realty | MLS # 3066753 | Active
192 Attleboro Place -- 5 BR, 4.1 BA
Price: $3,375,000 (8489 sqft)
Subdivision: The Point
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3200864 | Active
127 S Longfellow Lane -- 5 BR, 6.1 BA
Price: $3,172,000 (9855 sqft)
Subdivision: The Point
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Trump International | MLS # 2193107 | Contract
18924 Casual Cay Lane -- 5 BR, 6.1 BA
Price: $2,999,999 (8074 sqft)
Subdivision: None
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Lake Norman Realty, | MLS # 3235011 | Active
16035 Jetton Road -- 5 BR, 3.1 BA
Price: $2,998,000 (5892 sqft)
Subdivision: None
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3241079 | Contract
18601 Peninsula Club Drive -- 7 BR, 6.2 BA
Price: $2,990,000 (9875 sqft)
Subdivision: The Peninsula
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3125635 | Active
448 Stonemarker Road -- 4 BR, 5.1 BA
Price: $2,890,000 (7835 sqft)
Subdivision: None
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Trump International | MLS # 3206272 | Active
118 Brownstone Drive -- 5 BR, 5.2 BA
Price: $2,850,000 (9595 sqft)
Subdivision: The Point
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3176779 | Active
154 Union Chapel Drive -- 5 BR, 6.2 BA
Price: $2,800,000 (7864 sqft)
Subdivision: The Point
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3172431 | Active
242 Pinnacle Shores Drive -- 5 BR, 5.1 BA
Price: $2,795,000 (9280 sqft)
Subdivision: Pinnacle Shores
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3223724 | Active
3498 Governors Island Drive -- 4 BR, 4.1 BA
Price: $2,600,000 (4951 sqft)
Subdivision: Governors Island
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Ivester Jackson | MLS # 3240993 | Active
18810 Halyard Pointe Lane -- 4 BR, 4.1 BA
Price: $2,550,000 (5767 sqft)
Subdivision: The Peninsula
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3227199 | Active
2810 Cherry Lane -- 6 BR, 8.1 BA
Price: $2,500,000 (15071 sqft)
Subdivision: None
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Allen Tate Company | MLS # 3213178 | Active
8385 Norman Estates Drive -- 7 BR, 5.2 BA
Price: $2,500,000 (7317 sqft)
Subdivision: Norman Estates
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Keller Williams Lake | MLS # 3239157 | Active
120 Brownstone Drive -- 4 BR, 5.3 BA
Price: $2,499,000 (7402 sqft)
Subdivision: The Point
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Trump International | MLS # 3195202 | Active

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March Home Prices Continue to Rise

According to FNC’s Residential Price Index™ (RPI), U.S. home prices continued to rise at a brisk pace in March and up 0.9 percent nationwide.

March’s increase follows a strong momentum in February that recorded some of the largest unseasonable gains in many of the nation’s key housing markets. With continued low interest rates and easing credits, particularly recently launched low-down-payment conventional loans by Fannie Mae and Freddie, home prices are positioned for strong gains. This spring/summer home buying season already appears well under way across the West, South, and Midwest regions.

The latest development in the for-sale market shows the pace of home sales has picked up rapidly since March. The median time-on-market is down from 128 days in March to 106 days in April, the fastest seasonal pace for the month of April since the housing market began to recover in early 2012. The average asking-price discount is 3.3 percent, down from 4.2 percent in March.

Completed foreclosures in March comprise about 13.7 percent of total existing home sales, down by two percentage points from February’s 15.8 percent.

FNC’s RPI is the mortgage industry’s first hedonic price index built on a comprehensive database that blends public records of residential sales prices with real-time appraisals of property and neighborhood attributes. As a gauge of underlying home values, the RPI excludes final sales of REO and foreclosed homes, which are frequently sold with large price discounts, likely reflecting poor property conditions.

The attached table shows seasonally unadjusted month-over-month (MOM) and year-over-year (YOY) changes in three composite indices. The national index is based on recorded sales of non-distressed properties (existing and new homes) in the 100 largest metropolitan areas. Both the national and 30-MSA composite indices were up at a seasonally unadjusted rate of 0.9 percent. After a relatively steep gain in February, the 10-MSA composite moderated slightly during the month and was up 0.6 percent. Quarterly performance across the indices was dragged lower by a weak January, registering a small gain of about a half percentage point. Average home price appreciation ticked up slightly but remained in the 4.5-5.0 percent range nationwide.

The attached chart tabulates the latest MOM and YOY price trends for each MSA in the FNC 30-MSA composite index. Home prices are up in all MSAs except San Antonio, Baltimore, and New York. Of the 27 up-markets, 21 cities recorded more than a 1 percent MOM increase in March, led by Tampa, Nashville and Chicago at 3.4 percent, 3.2 percent, and 2.8 percent, respectively. For Chicago, Portland, Riverside, CA and Sacramento, March marks a second consecutive month of strong price momentum. Other cities that appear off to a strong start of the spring home buying season include Atlanta, Cincinnati, Dallas and Minneapolis.

While most of the nation’s housing markets have gained momentum, New York, San Antonio and Baltimore continue to show weakening prices as of March, down 1.6 percent, 0.3 percent, and 0.5 percent, respectively. Baltimore’s foreclosure sales have climbed rapidly in recent months, largely contributing to its continued price weakness. Foreclosure sales in New York also appear to be at three-year highs.

As of March, the fastest YOY growth markets are Las Vegas (13.1 percent), Riverside (12.0 percent), and Dallas (10.1 percent), which are followed by a number of other cities that also continue to enjoy robust appreciation: Los Angeles (9.6 percent), San Diego (9.4 percent), Orlando (9.4 percent), Miami (9.3 percent), Portland (9.2 percent), and Atlanta (8.7 percent).

Source: FNCInc.com

Mike Spruell
Realtor®/Broker/ePRO
The Lake Norman Homes Team
Southern Homes of The Carolinas
www.LakeNormanRealEstate.pro
866-LakeNorman
704-907-7907

Reprinted with permission from RISMedia. ©2015. All rights reserved.

Americans Agree: Real Estate Best Long-Term Investment

By Suzanne De Vita

Signaling growing confidence in the housing recovery, a majority of Americans once again named real estate the best long-term investment – a trend now continued for two consecutive years, according to a recently released Gallup poll.

Real estate edged out long-term investment options like stocks/mutual funds, gold, savings accounts/CDs and bonds, with 31 percent of Americans favoring housing for long-term gains. Twenty-five percent of Americans named stocks/mutual funds as the best investment long-term. Gold dropped from frontrunner in 2011 and 2012 to third, while savings accounts/CDs fell to 15 percent. Bonds dipped to just six percent.

The findings represent a significant change in consumer sentiment akin to the ongoing recovery. Notably, more Americans preferred savings accounts/CDs in 2012, as financial security remained critical for many in the wake of the crash.

Moreover, all major gender, age and income groups topped or tied the preference for real estate, coinciding with a number of recent initiatives set to increase opportunities for a diverse range of would-be buyers. These include the Fannie- and Freddie-backed three percent down payment program and the reassessment of credit strictures that have historically prevented borrowers from obtaining a mortgage.



Between July 2002 and April 2007, preferences for real estate fluctuated with the market, peaking at 50 percent during the boom and sinking to 37 percent as the economy nosedived. Preferences for real estate continued to fall through 2008 and 2009.

The Gallup poll was conducted April 9-12, 2015 from a random sample of 1,015 adults aged 18 and older living in all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia. For a complete look at responses, questions and trends, click here.

Mike Spruell
Realtor®/Broker/ePRO
The Lake Norman Homes Team
Southern Homes Elite
www.LakeNormanRealEstate.pro
866-LakeNorman
704-907-7907

Reprinted with permission from RISMedia. ©2015. All rights reserved.

Q: Where Can You Find Fixer-Uppers?

A: They are literally everywhere, even in wealthy enclaves. What sets them apart is price.  They have lower market value than other houses in the immediate area because they have either been poorly maintained or abandoned.

To determine if a property that interests you is a wise investment will require a lot of work. You will need to figure out what the average home in the area sells for, as well as the cost of the most desirable ones.   

Experts suggest that novices avoid run-down properties needing extensive work.  Instead, they recommend starting with a property that only needs minor cosmetic work – one that can be completely refurbished with paint, wallpaper, new floor and window coverings, landscaping, and new appliances.

Also, keep in mind that a home price that looks too good to be true probably is. Find out why before pouring your hard-earned money into it.

When looking for a fixer-upper, some experts suggest you follow this basis strategy: find the least desirable home in the most desirable neighborhood. Then decide if the expense that is needed to repair the property is within your budget.

 

Mike Spruell
Realtor®/Broker/ePRO
The Lake Norman Homes Team
Southern Homes Elite
www.LakeNormanRealEstate.pro
866-LakeNorman
704-907-7907

Reprinted with permission from RISMedia. ©2015. All rights reserved.