William  Owens

William Owens

Broker-in-Charge/Realtor-NC&SC

South Charlotte Properties

Mobile:
704-564-7222
Office:
704-269-8458
Email Me
William  Owens

William Owens

Broker-in-Charge/Realtor-NC&SC

South Charlotte Properties

Mobile:
704-564-7222
Office:
704-269-8458
Email Me

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ULI Spring Meeting: What Does the Future Hold for Real Estate?

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Wed, 2021-05-12 15:59

While the future of the real estate industry is uncertain, several experts offered their predictions during the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) virtual 2021 Spring Meeting, held on May 10-12.

Creating a Powerful Online Presence

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Wed, 2021-05-12 15:55

Kim Luckie
Marketing Director, ERA American Real Estate
Shalimar, Florida | www.era.com/era-american-real-estate

Consolidation Is Here. How Will You Successfully Navigate Through It?

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Wed, 2021-05-12 15:49

After a successful career in organizational development, seven years ago I decided to make a move into real estate. I was attracted to the fast-paced, entrepreneurial spirit of the industry—and, most importantly, the opportunity to help people both internally and externally of the organization.

I believe that if you asked, most of us would say the same thing. Successfully guiding people through the largest, most important purchase of their lives is the ultimate reward for the long hours and non-stop hustle.

Real Estate Q&A: Can the HOA Force Me to Paint My House a Color They Chose?

USA Real Estate News-RISMedia - Wed, 2021-05-12 15:45

(TNS)—Q: When I bought my home 16 years ago, I picked my lot, floorplan, brick and paint color from the developer. Recently the new HOA board picked a new paint color scheme without involving the homeowners. I repainted my home three years ago, and it does not need repainting. I was assigned a gray color scheme that would look awful with my brown brick. I was told that I must repaint it to assigned color. Can they do this? — Andrea

Quicken Loans will officially rebrand as Rocket Mortgage

USA Real Estate News-Inman - Wed, 2021-05-12 13:45
Rocket Mortgage has eclipsed the Quicken Loans brand in the minds of consumers so the company plans to officially change its name on July 31.
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You could say that Will grew up in Real Estate since his Mother was a broker/owner in Arkansas. He began his career in 1990 earning his NC Real Estate Salesman’s License then and working with First-time Homebuyer (Which he still does). Since then, he has assisted hundreds of clients in navigating the process of buying or selling a home. He has in-depth, first-hand knowledge of both Charlotte and the surrounding areas. His experience and understanding of the many factors that influence the real estate market gives him the insight to provide unparalleled service to his buyers, sellers and investors. But it’s his warm, easy-going style that puts clients at ease and turns the stress of buying or selling a home into a pleasure. His clients always know that their best interest is his top priority.



License #: NC-164566/SC-22129

Education: University of Arkansas, BS. Business Administration Broker in Charge in NC and SC

Specialty: All Residential and Commercial

Awards: Top Producing Broker

Area Covered: In North Carolina....Charlotte, Pineville, Matthews, Weddington, Waxhaw, Marvin, Monroe, Indian Trail, Mint Hill. In South Carolina...Fort Mill, Indian Land, Rock Hill, Lancaster, Catawba, Clover, Lake Wylie.