Welcome to this city I love!
"I am part of Charlotte and Charlotte is part of me."
When CondoCanDo® came into my life, there were no databases with all the condos and townhomes. The Internet had not spread across our land, digital photography was enormously expensive,
many of the streets in condo complexes and within the complexes were not on the maps, and the type of heat could be determined by spotting the turquoise meters outside the buildings. I gathered information from Register of Deeds, reading the fishe files, going through the drawings, and other records to build a basis for my new found passion,
Condominiums. Personally, it became a game for me as I drew 1000 maps with a CD from the city and Arc software following the clusters of buildings I found on the tax maps. I love learning the nuances of each condominium and still do to this day!
Yes, some are newer and some older, some traditional,some classic, some contemporary some with parking, some not, some with storage, some not, some with investors, some not, some approved financing, some not, some allow pets, some not...well, you get my drift,
I am sure.
They are all different in a zillion different ways.
How exciting is that?
The Real Estate Lady® and Condo CanDo®
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My family lived in Virginia, a small town, Altavista. When my Dad said we were moving to Charlotte I felt as though I were going home although I did not know Charlotte and had never been here. I went to Myers Park High, graduated and went off to Woman's College in Greensboro, now UNC-G. I attended two years and came home to find a job and after a few tries wound up at The Charlotte News and Charlotte Observer where my real education in all parts of life took center stage. After fourteen years I left and entered broadcasting here in Charlotte and then out west for almost four years building independent TV stations. I came home to stay and had no idea what I could do after I got settled. Real estate seemed hard but I felt I was up for it and it was the only place I could think of where a woman could earn a decent wage if she worked hard.
I had a job at a small company, went to night school, got my license, found a broker and began my life as The Real Estate Lady which came very quickly. Still there were many rookie agents and I wondered and asked how could I make it with all the other rookies, 20 in all in our office. I was lucky.
I asked and I listened when the voice said "Condo CanDo" when asked how I could hang on and make a life of real estate.