“You have some commercial property that is not designed to be income-producing,” said Emmett Curl, project manager for Pearson’s Appraisal Services.
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Robbins Park opened in 2010 when Saint and Classica's other principals were with Simonini Builders. Only five to seven homes sold in Robbins Park that year.Read More »
“He was a great, great gentleman, and it was my privilege to have him as a friend,” Jane McIntyre, executive director of the United Way of Central Carolinas, said Tuesday. “He was one of the few people in real estate you could trust to do a deal on a handshake.”Read More »
PINEVILLE — Over part of last week and this week, Lennar Carolinas has been granted permits to build at least five single-family homes in Carolina Village, a Pineville subdivision for which the company has been awarded dozens of permits this ...Read More »
A Republican took control of the North Carolina governor’s mansion this month, with the election of Pat McCrory. With the real estate and construction industries still recovering from the downturn, is that a good thing? We turned to seven industry leaders in the Charlotte area to get their views.Read More »
Encouraging small, fast-growing upstarts in the Queen City would have positive consequences on its residential and commercial real estate sectors. That’s the takeaway for builders, developers and other industry officials from a City Council meeting Monday night, when council members voted unanimously to take the first step toward trying to make the city a magnet for entrepreneurs.Read More »
CHARLOTTE — Attention, property owners: The findings of an investigation into the controversial 2011 Mecklenburg County revaluation will be revealed at 3 p.m. Tuesday. After 15 weeks of holding community meetings and examining hundreds of revaluation cases, officials at Pearson’s ...Read More »