Monthly Archives: April 2019

Charlotte Real Estate Talk: John Aneralla



While the Queen City gets the most attention as the region’s biggest city, smaller towns in Mecklenburg County are quietly doing business as great places to live.

One of those is the town of Huntersville, the first of the “northern towns” you’ll cross into on your trip up I-77 to North Meck. It’s also considered one of Charlotte’s great suburbs because it’s close to uptown, close to the lake, and home to a lot of amenities like a children’s museum and an aquatic center, while still holding onto its small-town, family-friendly vibe.

We have with us today the mayor of Huntersville, John Aneralla, who — breaking news — has just announced he is running for a third term. Welcome to Charlotte Real Estate Talk, John.


Charlotte Real Estate Talk: Vision Zero



The city of Charlotte is trying to make the paths safer for everyone. Last May, Charlotte’s Department of Transportation kicked off its new initiative to help drivers and pedestrians travel safely on the same roads: Vision Zero. The goal is to create a city with zero traffic deaths or serious injuries, and it wants your help. Amy Mitchell and Alex Riemondy from CDOT are here with us on Charlotte Real Estate Talk to share that vision with us. 


Charlotte Real Estate Talk: Van Deane



On this episode of Charlotte Real Estate Talk, Scott and Mike sit down with our own Van Deane to get his take on what’s happening in Charlotte real estate right now.