Wells Fargo-Wachovia Blog

  Now that the Wachovia/Wells Fargo merger is official, it appears Wells Fargo is taking a modern approach to reaching out to Wachovia customers and the public.

  There’s now a “Wells Fargo-Wachovia Blog” set up. While there’s no real new details as of yet, the blog  allows public comments/questions and will apparently be used to share information as it relates to the integration.

  Details and information on how this change will affect Charlotte are paramount on many minds here in Charlotte NC, particularly how it will affect Wachovia employees here in Charlotte.  This transition has implications for real estate in Charlotte NC and since the deal was announced months ago there’s been a cloud of uncertainty hanging over the city as we all wait to see exactly how this change will truly play out and impact our city, our residents, and a Charlotte NC real estate market with already increased inventory levels.

  To check out the blog, visit: Wells Fargo-Wachovia blog

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Diane is deeply passionate about serving single and divorced women home buyers, first time home buyers and new to the area buyers navigate the Charlotte area home buying process. Having navigated separation and divorce she has deep respect for the stress of transition and need for a home living situation that supports and nurtures. She connects and guides clients as they navigate the home buying process, transitioning to a space they'll love calling home. McDermott Real Estate
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