CORNELIUS – The town has launched a new committee, the Pre-Development Review Committee, in an effort to guide developers on conditional zoning applications prior to their official submission with the city. The committee will be staffed by representatives from several ...Read More »
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Looking for a fun way to give back to the community? The Salvation Army of Greater Charlotte Boys and Girls Clubs and Showcase Realty are teaming up to sponsor Family Fun Fest and they’re looking for volunteers to help staff ...Read More »
Pat Rodgers, president and CEO of Rodgers Builders, has been elected chairman of the Construction Industry Roundtable, a national trade association comprising more than 110 chief executives from design and construction companies across the Unites States. With her appointment, Rodgers ...Read More »
Credit defaults are at their lowest levels since June 2006, according to a new report released by S&P Dow Jones Indices and Experian, the credit reporting business. In April, the average national credit default rate on all loans was 1.11 ...Read More »
Another consequence of the foreclosure crisis is higher blood pressure. A research study published in the American Heart Association’s journal “Circulation” found that living close to a foreclosed home can increase a person’s chance of developing high blood pressure. While ...
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A highly anticipated homebuilder report showed confidence among U.S. builders slipping to its lowest level in a year. The National Association of Home Builders-Wells Fargo Housing Market Index, which measures builder sentiment in the market for newly built, single-family homes, ...Read More »
Foreclosure activity in the Charlotte area market is down significantly across the board. A new RealtyTrac report shows filings for combined default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions were down 10.83 percent in April from the previous month and down ...
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In his first remarks since taking office as director of the Federal Housing Financing Agency, former Charlotte congressman Mel Watt indicated a shift in policy that may make more loan money available to borrowers. As the regulator in charge of ...Read More »