“Sold” signs have become casualties of North Carolina’s “due diligence” law, which took effect in 2011. “Yes, indeed,” said veteran Charlotte Realtor Dan Cottingham, when I called to confirm that. “And you do see “under contract” for less time, too.”
“Sold” signs have become casualties of North Carolina’s “due diligence” law, which took effect in 2011. “Yes, indeed,” said veteran Charlotte Realtor Dan Cottingham, when I called to confirm that. “And you do see “under contract” for less time, too.” Seth Perlman AP
“Sold” signs have become casualties of North Carolina’s “due diligence” law, which took effect in 2011. “Yes, indeed,” said veteran Charlotte Realtor Dan Cottingham, when I called to confirm that. “And you do see “under contract” for less time, too.” Seth Perlman AP

Why N.C. Realtors stopped posting “Sold” signs

December 03, 2015 12:44 PM

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