Great School Districts Help Maintain Home Values

Fri Jul 11, 2008 5:13pm EDT

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Sheffingdell and Reverdy End located in great school districts in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 11 /PRNewswire/ -- K2C Real Estate Solutions'
featured communities Sheffingdell and Reverdy End are both located in top
school districts in Charlotte. Sheffingdell's schools include Olde Providence
Elementary, Carmel Middle School, and Myers Park High School. Reverdy End's
schools include Elizabeth Lane Elementary, South Charlotte Middle, and
Providence High School.
    All of these schools have a rating above eight on a scale of one to ten on  Great School's ratings are based on the schools' test
performance by comparing the state standardized test results to those of peer
schools. In addition, Myers Park High School was named one of Newsweek's 100
Best High Schools in America in 2007.
    "One of the first questions homebuyers ask is, 'How are the schools?'"
states K2C Real Estate Solutions President Jake Kent. "Homebuyers want to
purchase a home in the best school districts with the best teachers,
curriculum and test scores. Even for buyers who don't have school-age
children, good schools help maintain home values and provide consistent demand
for the properties," adds Kent.
    Multiple studies reveal that accomplished schools contribute to home
    About K2C Real Estate Solutions
    K2C Real Estate Solutions provides turnkey marketing and sales services to
builders and developers. K2C's mission is to provide quality real estate
consulting services that enable customers to enjoy efficient transactions
while purchasing or selling a home or investment property. Focus areas include
South Charlotte (Lancaster, Mecklenburg, Union and York Counties).
For more information, visit
     Matt Alexander
     7227 Pineville-Matthews Rd
     Suite 300
     Charlotte, NC 28226

SOURCE  K2C Real Estate Solutions

Matt Alexander of K2C Real Estate Solutions, +1-704-644-7793,
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