A new report says the pace of land conservation in North Carolina slowed dramatically in recent years, largely because of cutbacks in funding of the state’s four conservation trust funds.Read More »
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Carolinas Specialty Hospital, Stablenet and Lexicon Speech and Language Therapy Center are the newest tenants at Providence Center, 1850 E. Third St., according to NAI Southern Real Estate.Read More »
Re/Max Executive will hold a Realtor grand opening for its new SouthPark offices the afternoon of June 5, more than two months after relocating. The company relocated April 1 from 6842 Morrison Blvd., where it occupied roughly 7,500 square feet ...Read More »
Mecklenburg County property owners would pay less in taxes under a recommendation made by County Manager Harry Jones. As part of his $1.41 billion fiscal 2013 budget plan, revealed this week, Jones is calling for the county’s tax rate to decrease from ...Read More »
Charlotte-area foreclosure activity climbed 6.1 percent in April from the same month a year ago, RealtyTrac said Thursday. The Irvine, Calif.-based company said foreclosure filings – default notices, scheduled auctions and bank repossessions – were reported on 1,285 Charlotte-area properties. ...
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Charlotte-area home sales and prices rose in April from the same month a year ago, the Charlotte Regional Realtor Association said last week. There were 2,170 closings in the month, up 15.3 percent from 1,882 in April 2011. The average sales price increased to $214,779. That’s up 5.6 percent from $203,442 in the same month last year.Read More »