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At Home with Jonathan Osman is a real estate and home and garden podcast. As Charlotte North Carolina's go-to voice for all things residential real estate and owner of Tryon Realty Partners, Jonathan will share his insights on the real estate market, provide insider consumer advice, and interview fellow experts on all things real estate. Jonathan will also share his passion for technology, home automation, handy how-to's and exploring the Carolinas. Episodes are delivered twice per month.

Aug 6, 2021

This week, I'm joined by Ely Portillo from the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute to discuss passage of the 2040 Charlotte Comprehensive Plan, the upcoming Unified Development Ordinance or UDO, new developments in the development at Eastland Mall as well as return to work plans.  

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Jul 14, 2021

This week, Jonathan refutes the social media rumor that the housing market in Charlotte is in a bubble that's about to burst with facts and stuff.  

Show notes:

Here's the Charlotte Axios story that started it all: Is Charlotte's real estate market headed for a crash?

Freddie Mac Perspectives: "In 2018, we estimated the...

Jun 25, 2021

Your favorite real estate podcast is coming back with all new episodes in July and I've added a real estate help line.  If you have a real estate question, I would love to answer it on an upcoming episode.  To submit your question, call 980-880-5088 and leave a voicemail with your question.

Mar 30, 2021

This week, Ely Portillo from the UNC Charlotte Urban Institute joins to discuss the support and backlash to the Charlotte 2040 Comprehensive Plan.  Plus, we talk Thomas the Tank Engine and I try to explain why the housing market is completely insane.  Finally, if you like drinking games, take a shot every time I...

Mar 15, 2021

February 2020 was the last month that the real estate market wasn't negatively impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.  This week, Jonathan looks at the effects on housing in Charlotte one year later and how likely is a proposed $15,000 Home Buyer Credit to become reality?