Two homes that predate 1850 are up for sale, a rarity in Mecklenburg County. The Grier-Rea home and Hennigan Place estate are among the oldest homes left standing in the urbanized county. The historic Grier-Rea home was nearly demolished eight ...Read More »
In a revelation that is angering environmentalists, the state is not required to hold public hearings before it awards an air-quality permit for ReVenture Park’s controversial waste-to-energy plant proposed for western Mecklenburg County. That doesn’t mean there won’t be any ...Read More »
Marcia Teal gets phone calls from clients every time Mecklenburg County conducts its property revaluation. Teal, broker-in-charge of Charlotte-based Dickens-Mitchener and Associates, said that during her 22 years as a real estate agent, property owners have called her as soon ...Read More »
Foreclosure proceedings have begun against the owners of a Charlotte home that was used as collateral for a more than $5 million commercial loan, according to court documents. A foreclosure hearing has been scheduled for 9:30 a.m. Feb. 25 in ...Read More »
Galen Massey is a rare breed. The Charlotte investor is known in the real estate industry as a bird dog. It’s a term for someone who scouts around for houses on sale, hunting for obscure, but profitable, deals for real ...Read More »
The Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners is taking a hard look at its spending habits and considering creating a fund to pay down its debt. On Friday, commissioners discussed the county’s debt service, comparing Mecklenburg with other North Carolina cities, and ...Read More »
Jasper Stem always thought Charlotte was recession-proof. But Stem, executive director of the North Carolina Aggregates Association, has seen mining business in the state decline by nearly half since 2006. And Charlotte’s mining industry is no exception. From November 2009 ...
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