The city of Charlotte’s Safe Home and Lead Safe program is looking for general contractors, lead-based paint abatement contractors and skilled trades contractors to bid on various single-family housing repair and rehabilitation projects. Eligible contractors must be approved with the ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – The city of Charlotte is working on creating a letter of interest for a loan from under the Transportation Infrastructure Financing Innovation Act (TIFIA) as a source of funding for the Lynx Blue Line extension. Under a financing ...Read More »
RALEIGH – Two Charlotte area housing developments recently received awards for excellence in affordable housing from the North Carolina Housing Finance Agency. Among the award winners were Antiquity Heights in Cornelius and the Clyde and Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter ...Read More »
MECKLENBURG COUNTY – Mecklenburg County is asking for a statement of qualifications from architectural firms interested in working on park improvement projects. The county is looking for firms to assemble a design team to provide master planning, design and construction ...Read More »
CHARLOTTE – Twenty-six teams participated in Eastwood Homes’ 2nd Annual Charity Golf Outing on Oct. 13, raising more than $40,000 for Levine Children’s Hospital. The Charlotte-based homebuilder’s outing was held at Raintree Country Club in south Charlotte. “Thanks to our ...
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As home building continues to rebound around Charlotte, the city’s code enforcement staff is reminding builders who place real estate signs throughout the city to follow rules and regulations. In a letter dated Oct. 9 and sent to builders, Mark ...Read More »
A canceled Ohio home sale is turning out to be a cautionary tale for real estate agents regarding disclosers and dual agency. According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, a home seller is suing the would-be buyers for breach of contract for ...Read More »