Prices for homes, including distressed properties, in the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill were unchanged in January from the same month a year ago, Santa Ana, Calif.-based CoreLogic said today.Read More »
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The Cameron Brown building, which tenants say is plagued with heating and cooling problems and other mechanical issues, received a $15.5 million bid in a foreclosure sale Tuesday. The 182,000-square-foot, 12-story office building, at 301 S. McDowell St., garnered the bid ...Read More »
This week, officials with Mecklenburg County’s code enforcement division changed their minds daily on what to do about awarding residential building permits. Starting this past Thursday, the state requires governmental groups issuing residential construction permits to comply with the 2012 ...
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On Tuesday, Charlotte-based Carolinas Associated General Contractors issued a press release about a recent day it spent at the South Carolina State House. The point of the visit: to show support for the Right to Work Act passed in the ...
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In between breaking news and brewing coffee, the staff at Meckcetera pops onto fun websites when our publisher isn’t looking. One site we found this week is lovelylisting.com. The site celebrates and pokes fun at peculiar properties and rooms. So, ...Read More »
Charlotte home prices dropped by 2.3 percent in December from the same month a year ago, according to Standard & Poor’s/Case-Shiller index results released today. It was one of 19 metro areas that saw a price decline over the period. ...Read More »
After days of flip-flopping over the issue, the county's code enforcement officials say they will use an online version of the 2012 North Carolina residential building code for permit applications while they wait to receive the codes in book form.Read More »