WASHINGTON – Home rental prices in Charlotte climbed faster than in all but six of the 35 largest metro areas in January, according to a report released by real estate data firm Zillow. Nationally, prices increased a seasonally-adjusted 3.3 percent ...Read More »
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HUNTERSVILLE – Roger Phillips, a Realtor in Allen Tate Realtors’ Huntersville office, recently was awarded the company’s master’s designation. The designation is awarded to associates who have completed an in-house program in technology, finance, new home construction, relocation, marketing and ...Read More »
HIGH POINT – Bill Connolly has been promoted to chief commercial banking officer at Bank of North Carolina. He previously was Southern region market president. In this new role, Connolly will directly lead regional market presidents in N.C.’s Eastern, southern ...Read More »
Cassie Zingery was promoted to vice president and managing director of Parkway Properties, overseeing all leasing and management activity in the Charlotte area. “We are so pleased to have Cassie step in and lead our Charlotte team,” said Jayson Lipsey, ...
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CHARLOTTE – Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina recently presented David Weekley Homes with a Food Drive Partner Award at their 2014 Annual Partner Appreciation Luncheon. Weekley Homes, the nation’s largest privately-held homebuilder, has partnered with the food bank for ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Association Management Solutions Inc. announced recently that it has contracted to manage two new commercial associations and two new residential associations in the region. AMS will oversee the commercial owners associations at the mixed-use developments Arbors Professional Center ...
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CHARLOTTE – Civic By Design will host a second forum on the film “Urbanized” from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Dowd Learning Studio, 310 N. Tryon St., Charlotte. The event is free and being presented with the Levine Museum ...Read More »
RALEIGH – Standard and Poor’s will pay $21.5 million to North Carolina to resolve the Attorney General’s state lawsuit claiming the company inflated ratings for risky securities and misrepresented its objectivity before the 2008 financial crisis, Attorney General Roy Cooper ...Read More »
The State Historic Preservation Office and the city of Greensboro will host a Historic Preservation Commission Training from 9 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Feb. 18. The training will cover meeting policy, procedures, ethics and conduct, case studies and tours. The training is ...Read More »
RALEIGH – A statewide foreclosure prevention effort has now enabled more than 18,000 North Carolina homeowners to save their homes since the program began in 2010. The N.C. Foreclosure Prevention Fund makes monthly mortgage payments on behalf of qualified unemployed ...Read More »