Charlotte will be the fourth-hottest housing market in 2018, according to a prediction from Zillow.
Charlotte will be the fourth-hottest housing market in 2018, according to a prediction from Zillow. Bigstock/Observer archives
Charlotte will be the fourth-hottest housing market in 2018, according to a prediction from Zillow. Bigstock/Observer archives

Charlotte named fourth-hottest US housing market, but that might not be a good thing

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