CHARLOTTE — The final, written report on an outside review of the highly contentious 2001 Mecklenburg County property tax revaluation of homes and business properties is now posted to the county website as a PDF file. The report, by Wilson-based ...Read More »
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CHARLOTTE — Mattamy Homes plans to build four homes in its Hubbard Falls subdivision near the intersection of Harris Boulevard and Sugar Creek Road, according to permits Mecklenburg County issued this week. Three of the homes will cost about $165,000 ...Read More »
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 »
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.
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DAVIDSON — Plans for the upscale, single-family housing development of Davidson Hall have been dormant for two years, but the project “still has life in it,” the landowner said. But if it’s going to be built as designed, a deal ...Read More »