Charlotte Christie’s Luxury Homes Market Report

First Quarter Charlotte Luxury Property Report

Welcome to our first Charlotte luxury real estate report for 2018. The area saw heavy activity in some emerging areas, with the communities in the [SouthPark]( and Carmel Road corridors surging, as well as luxury price segments in the Lake Wylie / Palisades area.

Myers Park and Eastover saw lower sell thru than the first quarter of 2017 but ended this quarter with a burst of pending contracts in the $1 million plus range, a positive sign for the second quarter. Showing activity in the luxury homes across Charlotte remained active, albeit slightly lower in some ranges ($1 million to $2 million), while the ultra-luxury segment above $2 million saw improved action all the way up to the $3.5 million range. The top of the market remained a much more finite audience above the $4 million plus range.

South Park

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2032 Delpond Lane

SouthPark Area Matches Q1 2017, Million Plus Market Surges

The SouthPark area, which stretches from Foxcroft and Barclay Downs southward down Carmel, Park, and Colony Roads to the Quail Hollow area, saw a solid start to 2018, with 48 homes closing in the $500k to 999 range, while 12 closed over $1 million (including a Charlotte high bar sale at 5.3 million in Seven Eagles). With showings in both ranges running at or above 2017 levels for the first quarter, buyers in the million-plus price range got serious and put 31 homes under contract, including an impressive 13 over $2 million, one of the strongest performances in any luxury price segment in the entire regional MLS. Foxcroft, Old Foxcroft, Pellyn Wood, and the Carmel CC area all saw action at the high end of the market.

Myers Park & Eastover

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964 Granville Road

First Quarter in Myers Park and Eastover Trails 2017 But Rallies in March

The first quarter sold activity in Myers Park and Eastover trailed last year’s sold results by a significant margin of over 50%, which by itself might indicate a serious slowdown.
However, showing activity in the area had been running at last year’s levels, and it appears that as March comes to a close, pending activity, particularly in the million dollar plus category trended upward significantly with 25 homes pending to close in that price range, including 2 above $3 million in value. The sub-one million range continues to lag early 2017 and will warrant watching in quarter 2.

Lake Wylie / Palisades

The Lake Wylie / Palisades area saw a surge in luxury home sales in the 1st quarter of 2018, with closings in the sub-million dollar range jumping from 23 sales to 37 sales, and a whopping 61 homes now pending in the 500-999k price range.

The million dollar range also saw a resurgence, with 9 closings vs just 1 in the first quarter last year, and 5 additional homes pending.

Providence, Weddington & Waxhaw

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8500 English Turn Lane

Luxury home sales in the South Providence/Union County corridor showed steady progress thus far this year with the sub-million dollar category showing an 8% increase from 84 to 91 units sold.

The million dollar range saw an increase from 11 units to 13, an increase of 18%. The pending home index in both categories has jumped heading into spring, with 113 homes pending.

Ballantyne / Ft. Mill

The Ballantyne / Ft. Mill area saw a solid increase in the sub-million dollar luxury market, with 44 units closing compared to last year’s 1st quarter total of 38, a 15% increase. This range also saw a large jump in pending contracts as the quarter ends.

The million dollar plus segment saw a small decline from 5 units to 3 units sold but rebounded with 5 homes pending as the quarter ends.

Charlotte Market Forecast

As discussed above, while some communities stumbled out of the gate in early 2018, March has seen surges in luxury activity in most of the region’s key communities. Initially sluggish Myers Park and Eastover communities now boast 25 contracts over $1 million in value as they begin to replicate the hot start seen in the SouthPark, Providence/Union County, and Lake Wylie/Palisades areas.

Pending contracts have begun to equal or surpass last year’s comparable period, particularly in the luxury price ranges over $2 million, which now looks on pace to have one of its best years in history. While only 8 closings occurred in the first quarter over $2 million this year versus 5 last year, there are now a whopping 21 pending, which puts the first half of the year on pace to close 30 homes in that range. By comparison, there were only 32 sold all year last year in Charlotte. Given there had been over 2 years of inventory on the market at year end 2017, this sell-through is a welcomed assistance in returning the ultra-luxury market to a more balanced buyer/seller conditions.

While the prospect of rising rates and changes in favorable tax treatment of mortgage interest and property taxes might be slowing the dynamic growth below $1 million ever so slightly, the coming impact of corporate earnings flow through upon bonuses and stock prices may be more than enough to offset any drag on luxury housing in the short term, as is evidenced in the ultra-luxury range.

Ivester Jackson Named “Christie’s International Affiliate of the Year.”

Last month, in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Christie’s International Real Estate convened its prestigious annual owner’s conference, comprised of leaders from Christie’s flagship luxury network of 145 of the world’s leading real estate brokerages.

The conference annually recognizes the pinnacle of marketing for its network by awarding an Overall International Affiliate of The Year.

Ivester Jackson Distinctive Properties was honored as Christie’s “Best of the Best” Overall International Affiliate of The Year for excellence in innovation, marketing, and growth. “Since joining Christie’s 4 years ago, Ivester Jackson
has grown by more than 200%, the company is now the top seller of homes valued at over $2 million in the Charlotte region,” said Christie’s CEO, Dan Conn. “It excelled in every category.”

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Charlotte Real Estate – Lake Norman Luxury Homes Market Report

The Lake Norman area luxury market got off to a solid start for 2018 although, in several communities, the range below $1 million took until March to crank into high gear. Most areas lagged last year’s first quarter in that range but have also seen a large surge in pending contracts in recent weeks, which portends a very good second quarter. In the luxury range over $1 million, Cornelius saw a strong start to the year, particularly in the $1 million to $1.99 million range.

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Cornelius also currently has 7 homes pending above $2 million. Mooresville has seen an upswing in the million-plus market in pending contracts heading into April, as has the West Shore area.


Cornelius Reports Mixed First Quarter  

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19319 Betty Stough Road – Cornelius

Despite active showing trends, luxury price segments in Cornelius produced mixed first-quarter results. The range under $1 million saw a slight downturn from last year’s first quarter, yet enjoyed a huge burst of pending contracts (33) as we move into the 2nd quarter.

The luxury range over $1 million saw a solid uptick from last year, with 10 houses closing vs 6 previously, and a jump in pendings with 13, including a very strong 7 homes pending over $2 million. The first quarter also saw the first resale over $4 million in Cornelius in several years, an Ivester Jackson listing on Connor Quay. The Peninsula currently reports 27 active homes for sale.


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839 Hudson Place – Davidson

Davidson’s luxury market tends to follow the more traditional spring upturn pattern, and this year appears to be no exception. While sales in the sub-million dollar range dropped slightly in Q1 vs last year’s totals (15 vs 17), pending contracts surged to 24 heading into April.

The million dollar plus market declined slightly with 3 closings vs 4 last year in the same period, while currently, 2 homes are pending in Davidson over 1 million, including this year’s high water mark, a 1.55 million dollar Ivester Jackson listing in Westmoreland Farm. River Run currently reports 20 homes for sale.


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163 Rehoboth Lane – Mooresville

Mooresville’s luxury segment started slowly but, like its adjacent communities, has now picked up steam. The sub-million dollar range saw a visible downturn in closings from 2017 (36 vs 46 sold), yet also saw 52 homes in that range go pending.

The million dollar plus segment roughly matched last year’s first quarter, with 13 homes trading vs 14 last year, and 19 homes currently pending over $1 million. The first quarter’s high bar closing was a 3 million dollar Ivester Jackson listing at Mariner Pointe. The Point has also seen inventory come down to 45 homes active, which should point to more balanced conditions for buyers and sellers with 11 homes now pending.

The West Shore

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2649 Cherry Lane – Denver

The West Shore communities of Denver, Terrell, and Sherrills Ford saw a solid start to 2018. First quarter sales in the sub-million dollar range nearly matched last year’s first quarter with 20 deals closing vs 22 last year, and 24 more pending as we head into April. The million dollar plus range saw similar action to last year, with 3 homes trading in both this year and last year’s first quarter. There are currently 5 homes pending on the West Shore listed at over $1 million.

Ivester Jackson Named “Christie’s International Affiliate of the Year.”

Last month, in Buenos Aires, Argentina,  Christie’s International Real Estate convened its prestigious annual owner’s conference, comprised of leaders from Christie’s flagship luxury network of 145 of the world’s leading real estate brokerages.

The conference annually recognizes the pinnacle of marketing for its network by awarding an Overall International Affiliate of The Year.

Ivester Jackson Distinctive Properties was honored as Christie’s “Best of the Best” Overall International Affiliate of The Year for excellence in innovation, marketing, and growth. “Since joining Christie’s 4 years ago, Ivester Jackson
has grown by more than 200%, the company is now the top seller of homes valued at over $2 million in the Charlotte region,” said Christie’s CEO, Dan Conn. “It excelled in every category.”

Read More: Christie’s Recognizes Ivester Jackson as “Best of The Best.”

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Lake Norman Market Forecast

Overall, Lake Norman’s luxury market looks as though it will slightly outperform 2017’s very solid performance. Heading into April, most price ranges are either in line with 2017’s totals or trending ahead. Looking forward, overall showings in the luxury price ranges are running 3% ahead of last year through the first quarter which provides an indication that second quarter closings should meet or exceed last year’s same period. In particular, the ultra-luxury range above $2 million appears to be headed for one of its better years, as lower inventories and showing activity currently running 8% ahead of last year’s first quarter pointing to very solid activity in the $2 million range.

Last year, the Lake saw 30 resales above $2 million, this year, with 17 either sold or currently under contract, the area seems headed for a total beyond 30 transactions, which should further bring inventory in that range down into a more balanced buyer/seller market, after several years of high inventory levels.

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Luxury Property In The Point: A Market Snapshot

Luxury Market Snapshot For Christie’s Charlotte Real Estate Market



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#1 Luxury Firm in The Point

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Significant Sales Over 1 Million
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Currently Offered in The Point
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Helping Charlotte’s Homeless Children – Agents in the Community

Next month local community members will tee up at The Peninsula Club along the shores of Lake Norman to help homeless children around Charlotte.

A Child’s Place is helping spread the word about the need for helping homeless children in our local schools, according to their website “in Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, more than 4,000 children are homeless. Imagine trying to complete homework in a noisy and crowded shelter, or sleeping in your car the night before a big test. For more than 4,000 children in our community, that is a reality. A Child’s Place intervenes at the family’s point of crisis, helping stabilize the family and addressing needs to help the children succeed in the classroom.”

Photo Courtesy: A Child’s Place

Ivester Jackson agent Julie Lopez supports the cause and says “every day in our work we see the importance of homes in children’s lives and I think it is important to help those who are not so lucky to have a home. ”

This year the tournament will be at 1 p.m. on Monday, April 16, at The Peninsula Club in Cornelius, NC, so you still have time to sign up.

Photo Courtesy: Swing Fore A Child’s Place

All funds raised from this year’s Swing Fore A Child’s Place Golf Tournament will go directly to A Child’s Place to support their crucial work with homeless children in Charlotte area schools.

Staff from the organization work in the highest-need CMS schools every day, they help ease the impact of being homeless on a child’s education.

They hope to meet the goal reached last year of $200,000 raised by the generous support of players and sponsors.

To sign up as a team, individual or to donate click the link below.

2018 Swing Fore a Child’s Place

Click on the video below to learn more.

Click Here to Learn More About A Child’s Place

Agents in the Community – Healing Dragons

By: Lee Steinour – Director of Digital Marketing

Carnevale Rosa di Firenze (Florence Pink Carnival) to be held on Carolina Grace.


Carnevale Rosa di Firenze (Florence Pink Carnival)

In just a few weeks an Italian style fundraising event will rock the shores of Lake Norman raising money for a great cause, the breast cancer survivor and supporter team Healing Dragons.

The 100- foot yacht Carolina Grace will host the Carnevale Rosa di Firenze.

This fundraising event will raise monies for the Healing Dragons team, which will be participating in the 2018 International Breast Cancer Paddlers’ Commission (IBCPC) Participatory Festival.

The international race is held every four years, and this July it will be in Florence, Italy, 120 teams from around the world are expected to attend.

“Carnevale Rosa di Firenze will be unlike any other event in our area as the Carolina Grace will be transformed into a festive, celebratory and fun floating venue for this unique fundraising event,” said Marlah Ebert, president of the Healing Dragons team and co-captain of their Florence team.  “Where else can you watch an amazing sunset with 100 other non-profit supporters while floating on Lake Norman in March?!”

Ivester Jackson agent Pam Boileau, VP and Secretary for the team and event says “Healing Dragons is a dragon boat racing team for cancer survivors and supporters. However, it is our breast cancer survivors that are going to Florence. The entire Boat, 22 team members, have to be breast cancer survivors.” Pam will be heading to Florence with the team and this is her 8th year participating.

Lake Norman Luxury Yacht Charters debuted the Carolina Grace in September 2017 and the charter company selected Healing Dragons as one of the non-profit organizations they will support this year through their non-profit organization, Charters for Charity.

The night will feature all things Italian, including food, entertainment, and décor. A silent auction and raffle will feature items like custom designed jewelry, local hotel stays, restaurant gift certificates, and tickets to the Opera.

Event tickets are on sale for $100 per person and are limited to the first 100 sold.

If you’re interested in attending this event which will be held Sunday, March 4th 3 – 6 PM please contact:

Pam Boileau 704-905-0366

Donations can be made to Healing Dragons Inc.

More Information About Healing Dragons:

Press Release: Courtesy of HealingDragons

Founded in 2009, Healing Dragons’ mission is to “inspire, encourage and support survivors of all cancers to triumph over the disease.” Through the collective and collaborative efforts of the team, the sport of dragon boating and team members and supporters’ commitment to health, mental and physical wellbeing, the non-profit’s goal is to improve cancer survivors’ quality of life. Education and community involvement are also a part of the organization’s vision.

The team practices on Mountain Island Lake and annually participates in at least six races throughout the southeast. Each year, the team kicks off its season in May at the Asian Festival on Lake Norman. Healing Dragons of Charlotte is sanctioned as a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

About the Sport of Dragon Boating

Dragon boating is the fastest growing water sport in North America. The sport has been in existence for over 2,000 years and as history goes, the earliest races were in China and were rooted in training for naval warfare. Moving forward to the 1970s, the British-controlled government of Hong Kong started dragon boat racing as a way to attract tourism. Interest traveled throughout Europe, Asia and Canada with local festival races being held.

Dragon boats are human-powered watercraft.  Traditional dragon boats are 40 feet in length with ten seats, the 22 team members include side by side paddlers, a drummer/caller and steersperson. There are also ten person boats.  The length of races vary by venue and race conditions but typically range from 250 meters to a 2,000-meter finale.

In 1996, Don McKenzie, a sports medicine specialist in Canada, started the first breast cancer survivor team called “Abreast in A Boat.” It was his belief, and his research confirmed, that the sport would benefit breast cancer survivors through upper body and core strength training, lessening of lymphedema symptoms, team member support, commitment to wellness and the social aspects of being part of a team. In a very short period of time, the IBCPC was founded and now, over 166 teams from five continents are part of this organization. The organization’s international dragon boat festival will be held in Florence, Italy from July 6-8, 2018 and 120 teams, from throughout the world, will participate.

The Healing Dragons team welcomes new members and provide training. They encourage all cancer survivors and supporters to join and will start practices in late March/April depending on weather. Team members do not need to commit to the races.








Christie’s Recognizes Ivester Jackson as “Best of The Best.”

 Global Expertise, Tailored Service, Christie’s Credibility 

Christie’s International Real Estate, the world’s leading luxury real estate brand, announced this week it has awarded Ivester Jackson its prestigious “Overall Affiliate of The Year Award” at its annual ownership conference, this year held in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Reed and Lori Jackson accepting award
Reed and Lori Jackson accepting Affiliate of the Year award

The overall award is given annually to one of Christie’s 145 market leading luxury brokerages from around the world, with recent previous winners including Daniel Feau of Paris, France, and Chestnut Park Real Estate of Toronto, Canada.

Market Leadership & the Passion to Succeed

While announcing the award at the Buenos Aires conference, Christie’s CEO Dan Conn noted, “since joining Christie’s four years ago, Ivester Jackson has grown by more than 200% and tripled in annual volume, in the process becoming the top seller of multi-million dollar estate homes not only in the Charlotte region but in North Carolina.”

Record 5.6 Million Transaction

International Exposure for Luxury Properties

Reed Jackson, IJ’s Managing Partner says “Our partnership with Christie’s has attracted luxury buyers to our agents and properties from a select worldwide audience and delivered maximum exposure for our listed properties. This acknowledgment of our region by an iconic brand like Christie’s highlights the continued emergence of North Carolina as an important destination for luxury property buyers from around the United States as well as for those originating internationally”.

173 Macon Ave - Asheville
173 Macon Ave – Asheville

Award Winning Magazine, Asheville & Events

In the past year, Ivester Jackson has expanded it’s Christie’s partnership into the Asheville, NC market, hosted Christie’s international head of wine and spirits, Noah May, at a wine event in Charlotte’s prestigious Pellyn Wood enclave, and been awarded the Florida Printers’ Association first prize/bound printed for it’s Portfolio of Fine Properties magazine, now distributed to over 11,000 regional luxury homeowners and international subscribers.

Ivester Jackson also wishes to congratulate the other market-level winners from this year’s conference:

Small Market: Special Properties

Medium Market: Coastal Properties Group

Large Market: Hawaii Life


Look for a formal announcement from Christie’s International Real Estate early next week.

Please contact Reed Jackson for more information about Ivester Jackson Christies and this prestigious award.

Reed Jackson –

(704) 713 – 3623

Christie’s Charlotte Homes For Sale & Real Estate

Weekend Open Houses

We have some beautiful homes open this weekend for you to tour, please join us!

Lake Norman:


18922 Balmore Pines Lane – Cornelius


1 – 3 PM – Saturday

18922 Balmore Pines Lane
18922 Balmore Pines Lane


17226 Green Dolphin Lane – Cornelius
2 – 4 PM – Sunday
17226 Green Dolphin Lane
17226 Green Dolphin Lane

839 Hudson Place –  Davidson
1 – 3 PM – Sunday
839 Hudson Place
839 Hudson Place

3805 Deer Run – Denver
1 – 4 PM – Sunday
3805 Deer Run
3805 Deer Run

18920 Henry Lee Knox Lane – Cornelius
2 – 4 PM – Sunday
18920 Henry Lee Knox Lane
18920 Henry Lee Knox Lane


3700 English Garden Drive – Charlotte


3-5 PM – Sunday

3700 English Garden Drive

1614 Park Road Charlotte


3 – 5 PM – Sunday

1614 Park Road

The Charlotte Region’s Luxury Profile is Rising

By: Lee Steinour – Digital Marketing Manager

A Look Back at 2017.

At the start of the new year, it’s never been more evident that both the Charlotte and Lake Norman stars continue to rise. Heading into December, sales of homes priced in the $1 million to $2 million range increased at a double-digit pace compared to 2016. In Charlotte, sales in that range were up 13%, with 257 homes closing vs. 227 in 2016.

Up the road at Lake Norman, the activity was even more dramatic, with unit sales in that same $1M to $2M range up 30% over 2016.

Perhaps more impressive is the momentum the region is displaying. Showings on homes in this range are up 11% in town, and a whopping 46% at the lake. This points to a solid winter and early spring in the luxury market’s most popular price point.

The ultra-luxury price segment above $2 million in list price, while a smaller segment of the market, also showed some strength, with 30 homes closing in Charlotte and 25 at Lake Norman, both markets on pace to double-digit gains in this segment. So far this year’s high water mark in the region is a $5.6 million dollar closing of an Ivester Jackson | Christie’s listing at The Point.

Charlotte Region Featured

Nowhere is the region’s rising profile more visible than in the national and international media. Ivester Jackson | Christie’s listings have been featured in numerous flagship publications.

Southern Living Magazine featured homes we’ve listed on Queens Road West in Myers Park and on Connor Quay Court in Cornelius. The Queens Road West listing was also selected by Architectural Digest for a feature on interior appointments, while our Pellyn Wood listing on Craigmore made a feature on “fairy tale settings” by Southern Living.

A listing in The Point was chosen as North Carolina’s most beautiful home in Architectural Digest’s feature article “Most Beautiful Home for Sale in Every State”. All of this attention points to the elevated profile the Charlotte/Lake Norman region is attaining beyond our local area. Over 40% of this year’s luxury buyers came from areas outside the state of North Carolina, and a small but increasing percentage originated internationally.

Luxury Momentum in Charlotte Continues Upward Climb

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Moving into the final month of 2017, luxury activity in Charlotte continued its steady upward trend. 2017 has so far seen 257 homes close in the range above $1 million, compared to 227 last year, an increase of 13% year over year. The ultra-luxury segment has seen 33 transactions versus 21 through the same period last year, an increase of over 50% but one needed as the year started with a large inventory position on the listing side. Much of this activity occurred in the $2 million to $3 million range, with 3 transactions exceeding the $3 million mark versus 4 deals last year.

Showings in the $1 million range continue to track slightly ahead of last year for the 4th quarter, posting an increase of 11%, which should translate into a solid winter/early spring period in the city. Union County also emerged as a popular choice, particularly with properties priced around the $1 million mark.

Lake Norman Sees Surge in Luxury Market Home SalesClick for Larger View

With the fourth quarter coming to a close, the Lake Norman luxury market will post a very solid 2017. While sales in the $500,000 to $999,000 range have been roughly equal to 2016’s year-to-date sell-thru that activity remains very solid, with 580 homes selling thru October vs. 578 last year. The luxury price range, from $1,000,000 to $1,999,000, showed tremendous expansion, with 146 homes closing in 2017 vs. 114 in 2016 over the same period, a whopping 30% increase. The ultra-luxury range also showed expansion, with 24 homes closing over $2,000,000 vs. 18 the previous year. The lake area saw 5 deals over $3,000,000, including a 2017 record sale of $5.5  million by Doris Nash of Ivester Jackson | Christie’s in The Point.

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Eat, Drink, & Be Giving

By: Lee Steinour – Digital Marketing Manager

Ivester Jackson / Christie’s International Real Estate is excited to be a sponsor again this year at The Peninsula Community Foundation’s annual fundraising event, “Eat, Drink, and Be Giving” which will be held this weekend at The Peninsula Club at Lake Norman.

It will be a fun night filled with bourbon samplings and wine pairings, along with dancing, silent and live auctions, plus a Golden Ticket drawing.

Photo Courtesy: The Peninsula Community Foundation

Founded in 2001, The PCF slogan is “Neighbors Helping Neighbors,” it’s an all-volunteer organization serving North Mecklenburg County. “PCF brings people, capital, and ideas together to help local Lake Norman charities and the communities they serve.”This annual fundraising gala will help raise money to support local organizations, improving the lives of those in need in our community.

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Projects include; contributing money to help build Habitat homes, funding for The Ada Jenkins Center, improving the Hope House in Huntersville, and providing need-based college scholarships to students from North Mecklenburg public high schools.

This just touches on the work of PCF, to learn more visit the PCF website.

Event Details:

November 18th, 2017 • 6:00 pm
The Peninsula Club
19101 Peninsula Club

Our agents are very involved in supporting our communities, you can find out more here.


Significant Sales for Fall

By: Lee Steinour – Digital Marketing Manager

2121 Queens Road E, Charlotte NC


Tommy Ingram – Represented Buyer

Photo Courtesy: Pridemore Properties

178 Attleboro Place, Mooresville NC


Doris Nash – Represented Buyer

Photo Courtesy: Chris Johnson Realty

105 Conway Court, Mooresville NC


Doris Nash & Jessica Simpson – Listing Agents


239 Kimberly Road, Davidson NC


Emily Duke – Listing Agent

Colleen Ludington – Represented Buyer

17022 Island View Drive, Cornelius NC


Reed Jackson – Listing Agent


7349 Webbs Chapel Cove Court, Denver NC


Susan Dolan – Listing Agent

19446 Peninsula Shores Drive, Cornelius NC


Lori Ivester Jackson – Represented both buyer & seller

20035 Chapel Point Lane, Cornelius NC


Lori Ivester Jackson – Listing Agent

21201 Senlac Lane, Cornelius NC


Lori Ivester Jackson – Represented both buyer & seller

8385 Norman Estates Drive, Denver NC


Lori Ivester Jackson – Represented both buyer & seller

8385 Norman Estates Drive - Lori Ivester Jackson
8385 Norman Estates Drive


108 Whaling Lane, Mooresville NC


Doris Nash and Jessica Simpson – Listing Agents

108 Whaling Lane - Doris Nash Jessica Simpson
108 Whaling Lane

153 Rehoboth Lane, Mooresville NC


Doris Nash and Jessica Simpson – Listing Agents

153 Rehoboth Lane Ivester Jackson Christie's Real Estate
153 Rehoboth Lane

148 Rehoboth Lane, Mooresville


Doris Nash & Jessica Simpson – Listing Agents

148 Rehoboth Lane Ivester Jackson Christies Real Estate
148 Rehoboth Lane

3394 Governors Island Drive, Denver NC


Susan Dolan – Listing Agent

3394 Governors Island Drive
3394 Governors Island Drive

121 Easton Drive, Mooresville NC


Doris Nash – Listing Agent

Jessica Simpson – Buyers Agent

121 Easton Drive Ivester Jackson Christies Real Estate
121 Easton Drive

170 Broad Sound Place, Mooresville


Doris Nash & Jessica Simpson – Listing Agents

Doris Nash – Buyers Agent

170 Broad Sound Place Ivester Jackson
170 Broad Sound Place