Can you feel the change in the air? It’s subtle to be sure, soft and maybe not all that noticeable but it’s there. Mornings that aren’t stifling and actually feel somewhat cool, evenings when the heat of the day gives way to comfortable nights. It’s summer (finally!!!) releasing its stranglehold on Charlotte and a glimpse of what’s to come as we continue toward Fall.
I see a LOT of parallels between the seasons and Charlotte NC real estate, real estate in general for that matter. Both are cyclical, and although the length and severity of those seasons may change from year to year, place to place one thing is certain – seasons eventually change.
You might say that we’ve been (and are still in) a “winter” season in the Charlotte NC real estate market at least when it comes to the high levels of Charlotte NC real estate inventory and challenges facing both buyers and sellers.
Will the real estate market in Charlotte NC move on from the current cycle or season? YES. Will it happen tomorrow? Um, not likely at all. When will it happen? I honestly don’t know.
But at some point, the real estate season in Charlotte will change. It won’t happen overnight, cyclical changes just don’t.
Just as with seasonal shifts and progressions, the first hints of change are often subtle and it takes time, some ups and downs before a new season can take hold.
Is any “season” or cycle in Charlotte NC’s real estate market good or bad? I don’t think so. They’re all just different. They bring different challenges and opportunities.
Some people love winter, others can’t get enough of summertime weather. Personally I prefer spring and fall.
But really…..if you look hard enough there’s beauty in each and every season, and even in the transitions in between, weather or real estate market related!!!
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